The Ethics Education Library is a collection of resources for scholars and university administrators interested in developing ethics training and instruction programs for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students.
Focusing on ethics in engineering and science, the Ethics Education Library includes materials in the following areas
Case Study Collection- of ethics cases searchable by subject area, discipline, and audience level.
Examples and Best Practices - descriptions of successful ethics instruction methods and programs developed by instructors and universities from around the U.S and world
Syllabi of of ethics courses from a wide range of disciplines.
Pedagogical Materials - methods for inserting ethics into class curricula and lab meetings, introductions on how to teach ethics and discussions of major ethical issues in engineering and science.
Evaluation and Assessment Methods for measuring the effectiveness of ethics training, and the growth of ethical awareness in students.
Funding for this project comes from the National Science Foundation Grant #0936865.