Ethics in Higher Education Collection aims to help students, teachers and higher education administrators to stay well informed on ethical issues affecting university life, and to understand how to advocate for the respective interests of all interested parties, at the institutional, state, regional and international levels.From the empirical point of view the collection on ethics in education includes documents that explain what the newest forms of innovative education are, why didactic method is as important as the delivery of a good curriculum, and this collection could even give concrete insights on how to support by means of institutional efforts students to aspire to and plan for education.The main aim of the collection is to transcend the empirical layer of education in order to provide a careful normative description and ethical incentives for good education. But what does good education mean? Is it mastering of technology, developing disinterested knowledge, apply practical knowledge in context, or self-understanding and virtue? Inspired by the wisdom collected since early Antiquity to the current contexts, Globethics.net Library should help to manifest the highest level of academic integrity and reminds us that simply dealing with others honestly and fairly are universal values.

Recent Submissions

  • Global guidelines : Ethics in Learning Analytics

    Slade, Sharon; Tait, Alan (International Council For Open And Distance Education, 2019)
    Learning Analytics systems and practices have developed over 10 years or more in a wide range of educational contexts, collecting and analysing large amounts of data to analyse and predict student behaviour and success. The ethical issues that are inherent in this range of practices have however been slower to be understood. This Report proposes a number of Core Issues that are important on a global basis for the use and development of Learning Analytics in ethics-informed ways .
  • Ethics in higher education : international and African challenges and opportunities

    Stückelberger, Christoph, 1951- (2019)
    Higher education globally and also in Africa faces manifold challenges in governance, funding, students' and staff recruitment, exam monitoring, plagiarism, bullying, cybercrime etc. But many opportunities arise for universities which position themselves as values-driven educational institutions. Ethics increase credibility, credibility builds trust, trust brings reputation, reputation increases number of students, improves teachers’ teaching and brings more funding. Education in Higher education means forming future leaders. Ethics in Higher education therefore is leadership ethics. The contribution shows the crisis of trust, reasons for the ethical challenges in higher education, which values and virtues need to be benchmarks and which concrete steps lead to solutions on personal, institutional, political, economic and spiritual level.
  • Higher education in crisis : sustaining quality assurance and innovation in research through applied ethics

    Ani, Ikechukwu J.; Ike, Obiora F.,‏ ‎1956-‏ (Globethics.net, 2019)
    Education in Ethics, if acquired, increases the value chain of any nation because Education founded on values brings values-driven-principles into the heart of humans. We are, however, aware of the gap in values transmission from one generation to the next. This book is a response to that gap. It contains reflections by professionals, teachers, research students and educationists, including policy makers and ethicists, whose thought provoking ideas help the discourse of pushing the agenda that Ethics Matters.
  • 台灣學術期刊引用文獻羅馬化現況研究 : 以TSSCI、THCI Core、A&HCI、SSCI及Scopus收錄期刊為例

    淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系碩士班; [[advisor]]邱炯友; 林瑺慧; Lin, Chang-Huei (2014)
    碩士
  • 大臺北地區國小教師創新接受度與行動學習融入教學關注階層之相關研究

    淡江大學教育科技學系數位學習在職專班; [[advisor]]張瓊穗; Chang, Chiung-Sui; 郭璟儀; Kuo, Chin-I (2014)
    碩士
  • 數位檔案資源在國小教學之應用-以新竹縣為例

    [[advisor]]薛理桂; [[advisor]]Hsueh, Li Kuei; [[author]]劉宛琪; [[author]]Liu, Wan Chi; 劉宛琪; Liu, Wan Chi (2013)
    碩士
  • 北部四縣市國民小學學校規模、學校區位與學校校能關係之研究

    淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班; [[advisor]]楊朝祥; Yung, Kirby C.; 石佩容; Shih, Pei-rong (2007)
    碩士
  • 中小學職前教師在服務學習中專業成長的歷程 : 以淡江大學教學服務團為例

    淡江大學高等教育研究所碩士班; [[advisor]]薛曉華; Hsueh, Hsiao-hua; 葉書瑋; Yeh, Shu-wei (2009)
    碩士
  • 數位學習融入「全民國防教育」教學之研究

    吳昭彥 指導教授; 王天津 指導教授; 資訊管理學系碩士班(Master of Information Management); 高禾淳; Ho-Chun Kao (碩士(Master)資訊管理學系碩士班(Master of Information Management), 2010-06)
    [[abstract]]網際網路的蓬勃發展,讓資訊趨於氾濫,學習的型態也跟著改變,由於資訊科技的快速發展與迅速普及,對於教育產生相當大的衝擊。面對e世代的來臨,對於教材編製及教學的方式,也應適當地融入資訊科技。 資訊科技融入教學已成為教學的主流。在今日政府推動全民國防教育不遺餘力的情形下,資訊科技融入全民國防教育的教學,也成為一種選擇的主流。然而,參與全民國防教育的一線工作夥伴,是否能如我們在創新的過程中所期望、預見的,樂意、習慣於資訊科技融入教學? 本研究透過科技接受模型(Technology Acceptance Model, TAM),瞭解資訊科技融入全民國防教育的影響因素與造成阻礙因素,並透過多元迴歸分析統計方法評估其關係,以提供實施者推動資訊科技融入全民國防教育教學相關活動之參考。研究結果發現,資訊科技可以融入全民國防教育教學活動中,減輕教學壓力、提昇學習成效,其次,科技接受模式的分析架構仍可有效地適用在資訊科技融入全民國防教育的領域上。而軍訓同仁認為「參與信念」、「資訊素養」與「教學環境」會影響是否採用資訊科技融入教學。據此,本研究提供短、中、長期的發展策略,給予政策推動者作為未來決策的參考。
  • 現代日本師資培育制度之研究

    淡江大學日本研究所碩士班; [[advisor]]闕百華; Chueh, Pai-hua; 高敏嘉; Kao, Min-chia (2009)
    碩士
  • Teologiese opleiding in die AGS-kerk : verkennende en ontwikkelende beskouings vir die nuwe millennium

    Putter, Andries P.J. (OpenJournals Publishing, 2015-09-14)
    Theological training in the AFM church: Investigative and developing (perspectives) for the
 new millennium
 This article will focus on the findings of two Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) pastors in their
 research concerning theological training. It may help role players in the AFM, as well as in the
 broader church context, to evaluate current theological training material, and indicates the
 importance of a continuous theological training programme for pastors. The need to equip
 pastors to be more effective in their different roles, poses an enormous challenge in these times.
 At the AFM’s General Business Meeting in May 2008, constitutional amendments were approved
 that pave the way for having a single institution for theological training in the AFM. This new
 theological institution faces a major challenge, namely that of establishing relevant theological
 training for the South African context, in order to avert the danger of being identified as an elitist,
 irrelevant work group with its own pastor’s language that is understood by a small group of
 insiders only.
  • The trauma of stigma that is living within the reformed church in Zambia which ostracises people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA)

    Prof M J Masango; bandaso2000@yahoo.com; Banda, Pearson (2013-09-07)
    Dissertation (MA(Theol))--University of Pretoria, 2011.
  • Missionere perspektiewe op Teologiese opleiding

    Kritzinger, J.J. (Johan Jakob) (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2009-09-22)
    In the light of the transformation in society and in tertiary education, renewed attention should be given to the church, its mission, and the
 mission of its theological schools. If it were true that the church is the Body of Christ, called to continually be involved in God's outreach to his world, then the training of missionaries and the place of mission in the theological curriculum should also receive renewed attention. The author re-iterates the need for both a focused Missiology and the
 development of a true missionary theology in the theological faculty. He also indicates a need for academic Missiology to become involved in the
 training of missionaries.
  • Married migrant women living within Korean multicultural families : a pastoral narrative perspective

    Muller, Julian. C.; powerfaith@naver.com; Lee, Chang Young (2014-06-17)
    Thesis (PhD)--University of Pretoria, 2014.
  • Christian life narratives of young adults who have non-Christian family members in the Republic of Korea : narratives of keeping faith

    Prof J C Muller; heey35@yahoo.com; Kwan, Hee Young (2013-09-07)
    Thesis (PhD)--University of Pretoria, 2008.
  • Politieke tegnologie van die vroee Christen se gepynigde liggaam

    Vorster, J.N. (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2009-09-14)
    The early Christian martyr is usually only seen in terms of testimony or witness. It is argued that a political technology of the body enables us to see the manner in which the pained body of the early Christian martyr functioned as a space upon which political strategies for the empowerment of interested parties were enacted.
  • Like a rolling stone: non-traditional spaces of adult education

    Lucio-Villegas, Emilio (Fachportal Pädagogik. DIPF, 2016)
    In this article, I try to explore the squeezing concept of adult education that provides a kind of identity to the field characterised by vagueness, diversity and the links to social justice. This diversity is also present when talking about the participants in the process. After presenting the concept of adult education, I explore three different experiences that I have referred to as non-traditional spaces of adult education. In the conclusion, I consider that the diversity, the production of knowledge, and the role of both teacher and learners are essential to define non-traditional spaces and non-traditional participants in adult education. (DIP/Orig.)
  • O intelectual brasileiro Afrânio Coutinho: um perfil

    Kauss, Vera Lucia T.; UNIGRANRIO (Programa de Pós-graduação em Letras, 2011-12-30)
    Afrânio Coutinho foi, acima de tudo, um educador. Para ele, educação era o único caminho para o homem crescer enquanto ser humano e tornar-se capaz de conviver socialmente, de tornar-se útil à comunidade em que está inserido. Em vários momentos de sua jornada acadêmica, ele lutou e conseguiu implantar modificações na estrutura educacional com o objetivo de formar cidadãos críticos e capazes não apenas de exercer uma função técnica, mas de pensar e lutar por uma sociedade mais justa para todos.Afrânio Coutinho was, above all, an educator. Education was, to him, the only way man would grow as human being, enable himself to live socially and to become useful to his environment. Along several moments of his academic journey, he struggled and succeeded in implementing changes at educational social structure in order to prepare citizens who were able not only to perform technically, but to think and make a fair society a reality.

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