IT595 Week 11

Topic: Instructional Technology Ethics and Digital Citizenship

Readings
  • Yeaman, Eastmond, Napper (2008) in Januszewski & Molenda Ch. 11--Skim most, Read 283-290 (stop at Historical Background) and 295-299 (Start at Code of Ethics section and stop at Reconceptualization)
  • Smaldino, Donaldson, Herring, (2011) in Reiser & Dempsey (Eds) Ch. 35

Goals
The goal of this week is for all participants is to become with familiar ethical and professional issues related to instructional/educational technology. Then identify how your understanding of ethics and professional conduct in the field will shape your future actions as members in the field.

Announcement

  • Next week Week 12 is Participant Work Week there is no official class meeting. The week after that is Thanksgiving. Our next course meeting Week 13 is on 11/29, which is the final day of class and you will be showcasing your portfolio/literature review.
Agenda

Asynchronous Activities on your own with some Blackboard Reporting Due Prior to Synchronous Class Meeting on 11/8

Due: Your post is due 11/5 at 7pm and your comments to other participants are due 11/07 at 7pm.
  1. Discussion on ethics and legal issues: Visit sites from at least 3 different topic areas listed on the Week 11 Links Page. Then identify how each topic you investigated is an ethical and/or legal issue. When appropriate discuss how each issue relate to readings you engaged for this week.

  2. Discussion on professional conduct: Based on what you read this week in readings and the previous asynchronous activity, what does professional conduct mean to you now? What are your responsibilities at work/ future work as a professional? How can you contribute to ensure that your organization, school, or unit engages in designated services in a professionally responsible manner?

  3. Post comments to your assigned peers--Rotation C
    • Read posts of your assigned peers for all of the above discussions and provide your comments by 11/07 at 7pm. Your assigned peers are posted in Blackboard, follow Rotation C. Note, you are welcomed to provide comments to participants other than your assigned peers.

Synchronous Activities on 11/8 During Class Hours on Blackboard Collaborate

Discussion Material

5:05pm-6:45pm

  1. Logistical check in
  2. Instructor Presentation
  3. Breakout Room Discussions (Activity Description)
  4.  Whole Class Discussions


Break


6:55pm-7:45pm

    1.    Individual check in with instructor as needed and individual work time for class.

Last Updated November 8, 2012