BF Codes of Ethics – prepared by Globethics.net
The Codes of Ethics Collection is a thematic collection that aims to build a comprehensive structure of professional codes of ethics. The collection has six main parts: References, About codes of ethics, Codes of ethics by sectors, Codes of ethics by professions, Codes of ethics by geography, Other voluntary ethical regulations. See the BF Codes of Ethics Collection under this link:
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This course examines the relationship between cultural identity, urban education, and classroom engagement and how to apply theoretical concepts from anthropology to your own experience as a working adult and learner in higher education. Using a major case study which focuses on schooling and learning in the urban campus setting, students will explore and develop strategies for understanding educational processes and achievement and its relationship to the workplace. In addition to strengthening analytical and writing skills, students will evaluate individual learning styles and the impact on learning success.
This course provides an introduction to the tools students need to effectively plan their careers take the first steps towards defining and achieving their career goals. It supports the General Education competences for English with a focus on Information Literacy and Information Fluency. It will benefit students who are planning their transition from school to the workplaces as well as working professionals who are seeking a career change.
GNED 106 Beginning Foreign Language*
The Beginning Foreign Language course will introduce students to basic French, Spanish, Italian or German grammar and vocabulary. Emphasis will be placed on basic language skills, communication, and comprehension.
Distance Education is an exciting way for learners to earn a college degree and it offers many advantages. This course will help the student develop the necessary skills needed for the online environment. Students will learn how to develop a personal mission statement, establish a study plan and practice critical reading and thinking skills.
This course in English composition is designed to improve the student’s understanding and application of the writing process. Included are selecting and restricting topics; understanding audience and purpose; devising a plan of development; identifying appropriate supporting details and evidence; proper grammar usage and subordination; coordination, unity; coherence; consistency in format and style; and conciseness. Skills used to develop writing a research paper are emphasized. (This course meets the prerequisite for MGMT305; it also satisfies the requirement for a general education English composition course.)
This course in English composition is designed to facilitate a better understanding of writing as a tool of critical analysis. The course focuses on the analysis of selected readings and the application of the research process from selecting/restricting a topic to using library resources (e.g. abstracts, periodicals, book reviews, newspaper indices, electronic, and primary/secondary sources). In addition to gathering, absorbing, and analyzing information and data, the course focuses on documenting, formatting, composing, revising, and editing a final paper. (Prerequisite: ENGL101 or equivalent or consent of instructor.)
This course is designed to prepare the student for research and report writing required at a professional level in business today. This course is required for all Lower Division students moving to the Upper Division programs where Theoretical Application Projects (TAPs) are a part of the curriculum. The course is divided into three parts: report development, report research, report writing and presentation. Prerequisite ENGL102.
This course improves student understanding and application of the writing process. Included are selecting and restricting topics; understanding audience and purpose; devising a plan of development; identifying appropriate supporting details and evidence; proper grammar usage and subordination; coordination, unity; coherence; consistency in format and style; and conciseness. Skills used to develop writing a research paper are emphasized.
This course facilitates a better understanding of writing as a tool of critical analysis. The course focuses on the analysis of selected readings and the application of the research process from selecting/restricting a topic to using library resources (e.g. abstracts, periodicals, book reviews, newspaper indices, electronic, and primary/secondary sources). In addition to gathering, absorbing, and analyzing information and data, the course focuses on documenting, formatting, composing, revising, and editing a final paper. Prerequisite ENG 501 or equivalent or consent of instructor
This course prepares students for research and report writing required at a professional business level. It is divided into three parts: report development, report research, report writing and presentation. Prerequisite ENG 502
The Globethics Academy offers online courses on Ethics in Higher Education.
Ethics in Higher Education is a programme designed to train higher education professionals around the world in various aspects of organisational ethics.
The programme is a joint effort of a number of Higher Education institutions from different countries which are part of the Globethics Consortium on Ethics in Higher Education (GEC).
The first Course of the series on Ethics in Higher Education will be launch in September 2017. Register here
Who can register?
- The programme is conceived to serve the needs of teaching staff, Board, management and admin staff of institutions of Higher Education, officers of governmental bodies on accreditation and international networks on education.
Teaching methods and duration
- Participants are asked to complete 13 online modules for individual work which include Q&A, online test at the end of each module;
- The duration of modules vary from topics and content delivery.
- The total duration are estimated at 40 hours of individual work.
Online Registration and enrolment
- Teachers/Trainers get a user access to the online space provided by sbi-training.com to interact and monitor the progress of online students.
- Enrolled students can download the material for their individual work and interact with the assigned teacher / trainer for the specific module.
- Optional Face to face workshops or webinars may be arranged by institutions using the course material displayed online.
Certificate of completion and credit transfer
- A Certificate of completion is issued by the Globethics Academy (GEA) for students/participants who have successfully passed the required grades of the whole programme.
- For professionals who wish to pursue their further education, the Capstone Project (optional module no. 14 of this course) allows extra BONUS of 3 US (or 4.5 ECTS) credits.
- These credits can be transferable into one academic programme offered by Globethics Academy in collaboration with the Globethics Consortium for Ethics in Higher Education institution members.
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- The modules are co-owned by Globethics.net and authors .
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- The modules are provided by Globethics Academy, the online platform of the Globethics Consortium.
Bibliography about Ethics in Higher Education
- Divya Singh / Christoph Stückelberger (Eds.) (2017): Ethics in Higher Education: Values-driven Leaders for the Future, Globethics.net Education Ethics Series No. 1
- Archer, Elizabeth & Prinsloo, Paul (2017): Some Explanatory Thoughts on Openness and an Ethics of Care, in: Ethics in Higher Education (ibid.), 273-286pp
- Naidu, Som (2017): Open Educational Practice: Caveat Emptor, in: Ethics in Higher Education (ibid.), 287-310pp.
- Huddleston, Brad(2017): Advantages of Distance Learning, in: Ethics in Higher Education (ibid.), 327-348pp
- Divya Singh (2017): Responding to the Challenges of Gendered Career Aspirations, in: Ethics in Higher Education (ibid.), 103-122pp.
- Gil-Jaurena, Inés (2016): OER and Open Education. Introduction to selected papers
- Stracke, Christian & Shamarina-Heidenreich, Tatiana (2015): The Need for Change in Education: Openness as Default?
- Marilyn S Billings, Marilyn (2015): Encouraging Openness at Your Institution: Trends in Open Education and Open Access University of Massachusetts Amherst
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