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Academic Integrity Yes or No - Questions Only
Justin Bradley . 19 Oct 2009 00:39

A set of questions to be used in class to introduce the concept of academic integrity.

Academic Integrity in an Ethical Context: INFO2009 Week 2
Justin Bradley . 12 Oct 2010 23:43

Reminder of ECS academic integrity tutorial, scenarios for small group discussion on 1) academic integrity 2) integrity in the workplace. Students are invited to draw parallels between these two aspects.

Application for ethical approval form (RO-GOV-05F)
Justin Bradley . 18 Jun 2018 11:11

To be completed by those seeking ethical approval, and submitted to the relevant Edge Hill research ethics committee (REC).

GCPH Seminar Series 3: Towards Ethical Economics - An Initial Exploration
Justin Bradley . 09 Oct 2015 10:56

It seems we are in trouble. Two recent reports, the Stern Report on the economic impact of climate change for the UK Treasury and that of International Panel on Climate Changeā€š suggest that human activity has serious environmental consequences, such as global warming. The almost insatiable demands on natural resources by giant emerging economies like China and India are new as is that in East Europe. Yet more than two billion people still live in abject poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Their basic needs and demands must be fulfilled. Can all of this be sustained in the context of inexorable GDP growth being the exclusive measure of material fulfilment and happiness? How can we find an ethical economic response when demands are increasing, resources are declining and damage to the fabric of the ecosphere on which we all depend upon for life is becoming obvious? One way forward is suggested by the traditional Indian thought of humans being a part of nature and therefore helping to sustain it. A starting point may to be distinguish between demands and needs. While demands can be infinite and never satisfied, needs are finite and can be met within the sustainable paradigm. The important task of defining these needs raises questions of ethics. How can we address environmental, social and economic questions simultaneously? The challenge is to try and develop a set of ethical values or even a way of thinking that is broadly acceptable, practical and yet encourages us to continue our search for answers to the unknown in the universe both within and without. The Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) is one of India's leading economic policy think tanks and Rajiv Kumar, a graduate of Oxford and Lucknow Universities has recently been advising the President of India on Globalisation, based on scenarios for Indian development which he developed with others for the World Economic Forum. In this lecture he will combine his extensive economic experience with his interest in human flourishing to explore these issues and their implications for wellbeing.

Group 19 - Website Resource
Justin Bradley . 05 Dec 2011 14:13

Our website is a resource that describes equality and shows examples of bad Web accessibility. The website is hosted at: http://users.ecs.soton.ac.uk/wjvh1g10/index.html

INFO1010 Ethics in Practice
Justin Bradley . 20 Oct 2011 14:31

Slides with associated activities and reading list to Introduce in Practice to Computer Science and IT undergraduates

INFO2009 Case Study
Justin Bradley . 08 Dec 2009 18:06

Case Study for open book examination. Students will be asked to answer four questions on the Case Sudy

Overview of the ECS School Ethics Committee
Justin Bradley . 15 Oct 2009 00:08

Describes the function and purpose of the ECS School Ethics Committee

Participant information sheet template (RO-GOV-17)
Justin Bradley . 08 Jun 2018 15:33

A template/framework that can be adapted by any staff and student engaging in research with participants.

Privacy and Electronic Communications
Justin Bradley . 02 Nov 2009 23:55

slides for a class which explores professional, ethical and legal issues surround the use, storage and transmission of electronic communications and data. Follows on from previous class which looked in greater detail at the Data Protection Act

Professional and Legal Issues INFO2009 - Introduction
Justin Bradley . 14 Oct 2009 23:59

Introductory lecture which sketches expectations of the module and deals with admin of establishing student groups

Team Quintinlessness: Open source software resource set
Justin Bradley . 09 Jan 2010 13:15

INFO2009 Assignment 2 reference list for team "Quintinlessness" - Subject: Open source software

The Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Center
Justin Bradley . 10 Mar 2009 17:38

The engineering subject center provides support for engineering students and staff in higher education at university. The website provides articles helping students in a large range of subjects, such as book reviews for a variety subjects, support in writing reports or essays and personal development in subject areas and university life in general.

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