Applied Ethics for IDT is an invitation to a conversation situated at the nexus of ethics, technology, and learning. This conversation is both a critique and a call to action focused on the intricate relationship between ethics and the field of instructional design and technology. Organized into two sections, the book first explores practices that integrate ethics into decision-making processes and practices. The second section invites the reader to critically examine ethical issues in situated contexts. The multifaceted ethical challenges presented in this text implore the reader to consider the realities instructional designers face in a rapidly evolving digital learning landscape and take responsible action with their newfound perspective.
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URL: https://edtechbooks.org/applied_ethics_idtMoore, S. L.
& Dousay, T. A.
(2023). Applied Ethics for Instructional Design and Technology: Design, Decision Making, and Contemporary Issues (1st ed.)
. EdTech Books. https://dx.doi.org/10.59668/270