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QNT 540 Research And Ethics In e-Education

Course Description

This course is an overview of the fundamentals of research and is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to be successful in graduate level studies. Ethical issues related to research, including basic theory and practice, professional codes of ethics, governmental regulations, confidentiality, and present and future controversies surrounding the integration of technology into instructional processes will be of focus. Students will address the issues of information and intellectual property, privacy issues in a digital environment and the relationship of individual, governmental and societal concerns in an ever advancing and changing electronic community.

Topics and Objectives

Ethical Issues Related to Research

Intellectual Property, Confidentiality, and Privacy Issues

Individual, Governmental, and Societal Issues

Integration of Technology into Instructional Processes

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