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Spectrum Allocation: A Case Study for Use in Teaching in Engineering Ethics
|Title||Spectrum Allocation: A Case Study for Use in Teaching in Engineering Ethics|
|Publication Type||Case Study|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Publisher||University of Leeds, Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning|
The scenario examines the ethical issues surrounding the allocation of the radio spectrum to different services benefiting different groups of users. After giving a background of the situation, students are presented with a number of scenarios and asked to act the part of an advisor in how the radio spectrum should be allocated when faced with the needs of individuals with disabilities and communication needs of populations in remote locations. It is aimed at students who have some experience of ethics. The teaching Format is a 1-2 hour session, presentations and small group discussions.
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