Digital Media and ICT: Ethical Uses
This course focuses on ethical practice in educational technology, ICT, media studies, new media, and education in general in K-12 contexts. The course is designed as a student-led seminar, with the majority of contributions derived from students. Content is oriented around ethics, morality, and law, with more specialized content derived from cyberethics, information ethics, media ethics, and technoethics. This particular section tailored to the Digital Learning and Curriculum cohort focuses on cyberbullying, cyberethics, and curriculum (e.g., the complex ethical and technical issues associated with the development and implementation of British Columbia’s new Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies framework).