Engineering Ethics Toolkit: Submit a guidance article

Use this form to submit a guidance article to the EPC’s Engineering Ethics Toolkit.

You can download our contribution guidelines here. Further information can be found on our Get involved page.

For example Sarah Jayne Hitt, Ph.D. SFHEA (NMITE, Edinburgh Napier University) or Professor Sarah Hitt (NMITE)
We might change the title of your guidance article for marketing purposes.
Examples: "This article should be read by educators at all levels in higher education who wish to better understand ethics and its connection to engineering education. It is also useful for students who are being introduced to this topic." or "This article should be read by educators at all levels in higher education who wish to integrate ethics into the engineering and design curriculum, or into module design and learning activities. It describes an in-class activity that is appropriate for large sections and can help to provide students with opportunities to practise the communication and critical thinking skills that employers are looking for."
Keywords are the words and phrases associated with your guidance article that a user might search under when looking for this type of content. Please add keywords that focus on article content, purpose, themes, methods, and so on.
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The EPC will engage in an editorial process, and we are happy to suggest and discuss changes. We will give you the opportunity to approve the final version of this resource prior to publication.
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