Ethical Scenerios
"Ethics;\n1. (used with a singular or plural verb) a system of moral principles: //the ethics of a culture//.\n2. the rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group, culture, etc.: //medical ethics; Christian ethics//\n3. moral principles, as of an individual://His ethics forbade betrayal of a confidence//.\n4. (usually used with a singular verb) that branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions"(, 2014).\n\nFor our purposes we will utilize definition 4. \n\n<<back>>
Within the online classroom the students right to privacy is as important as it is in brink and mortar school. "Violation of individual privacy and the abuse of confidential information have steadily proliferated" (Lin, 2007).\n\n<<back>>
Within your online class your learners seek for extra help with thier assignment. To meet their needs you plan a tutoring class. This tutoring session will meet on Within this class many students do not utilize pseudonyms as you suggested with your notice of the tutoring session. You record the meeting for furture classes to use. You then add a link to this recording on the classes web page, to assist learners before they need help. Since your original learners names are listed thier right to [[confidentiality]] is violated.\n[[Solution]]\n\n<<back>>\n
Within your career as an instructional designer you create a lesson on how to utilize Twine. This lesson includes portions of information you gained when you watched the tutorial video located on the Twine site. With this utilization of information you wonder is this [[fair use]] or [[copyright infringment]].\n<<back>>
Violations of the exclusive copyright ownership.\n\n<<back>>\n
Instead of utilizing the tutor section that you had with your leanrers on, you should create a tutorial that covers the topics discussed within your tutor section. This tutorial should be written as you would write it if it were a lesson plan. Remember to plan for all learners needs!\n\n<<back>>
* [[Copyright]]\n* [[Confidentiality]]\n* Web Accessibility\n* Diversity and inequality\n* Technology-based Learning\n\n<<back>>
Within "instruction design" there are several [[scenarios]] where [[ethical]] issues arise.\n\n[[References]]\n (2014). Ethics. Retrieved Jan 22, 2014, from\n\nLin, H. (2007, Oct). The ethics of instructional technology: issues and coping strategies experienced by professional technologists in design and training situations in higher education. Retrieved Jan 22, 2014, from Education Technology, Research and Development (55.5) 411-437:\n\nU.S. Copyright Office. (2012, June). Fair Use. Retrieved Jan 22, 2014, from U.S. Copyright Office:\n\n<<back>>
Jennifer Rau\nEDU 697: Capstone: A Project Approach\nProfessor: Robert Niesiobedzki\nJanuary 22, 2014
Section 107 of Copyright Laws list several purposes for which reproduction of work is considered fair. "Section 107 also sets out four factors to be considered in the determining whether or not a particular use if fair"(U.S. Copyright Office, 2012).\n* Charater of use, nonprofit education or commerical \n* Nature of work \n* Amount of work and amount of remained in orginal form\n* Effect of value of work\n\n<<back>>\n