The Ethics4Eu Project is an Erasmus+ transnational project that will explore issues around teaching ethics in Computer Science. Ethics4Eu will develop new curricula, best practices and learning resources for digital ethics for computer science students. It follows a ‘train the trainer’ model for up-skilling computer science lecturers across Europe.
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What we’re going to develop:
(i) Research report on European values in Ethical technology
(ii) Research report on State of the Art of Teaching Ethics in Computer Science programmes
(III) Comprehensive curriculum for Teaching Ethics in Computer Science programmes
(iv) An open access online learning resources database of teaching and assessment strategies for teaching ethics in computer science
(v) An instructor guide to aid the delivery of material from the online resources database
(vi) An online community of practice to facilitate discussion and experiences in delivering computer science ethics which will complement the online resource database and instructor guide
(vii) Staff training and development programme in Computer Science ethics for staff in Computer Science faculties using the HubLinked Global Labs mode
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