Teaching Engineering Ethics Online: Between Adaptation and Transformation

Wednesday, 9 September '20   2pm – 4pm CEST

This is an online event.

Joining instructions will be provided after booking.


The pandemic generated by COVID-19 changed the way education is delivered to students, with universities moving their teaching and assessment activities online. This seminar aims to explore how traditional methods employed in engineering ethics education can be adapted online and also how online teaching can transform the scope and goals set for engineering ethics instruction.

The seminar is organised by the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) Ethics Special Interest Group.

Participants include:
Maha Bali, University of Cairo, Egypt
Justin Hess, Purdue University, USA
Gabriel Burks, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
Kristina Masuwa-Morgan, University of Greenwich, UK
Iain Skinner, UNSW Sydney, Australia

For further information on the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) Ethics Special Interest Group: https://www.sefi.be/activities/special-interest-groups/ethics-in-engineering-education/

If you have any questions about the event, please contact the organisers dianaadela.martin@tudublin.ie or roland.tormey@epfl.ch


The seminar will involve short (10 minute) presentations followed by opportunities for questions, discussion and sharing.

the seminar will be held online.

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