• Dates

    February 22-26, 2021
  • Cost for members


Ethical Choices for the Digital World

Never before have students had so much information at their fingertips and never before have they been so empowered to take actions that will affect others in very real ways. But with all of this agency comes the responsibility to behave ethically online and off and to expect the same of others. What is the right balance between privacy and openness? How can we avoid being manipulated or having our personal data become someone else’s “product”? How can we make good decisions about the interactions that we have online? What are the right and wrong ethical decisions we can make about the media that we consume online and its effects on society? The global nature of the classroom brings into clear focus just how culturally conditioned many of these questions are. Students in this five-day course will focus on how they can live more ethically in our digital world.

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