These pages are intended to provide a library of expertise in engineering ethics and how best to embed learning into teaching practice.
The following articles aim to help situate our case studies in an educational context and to signpost to additional research and resources on engineering ethics.
- Guidance for Ethical Decision-Making Rooted in Research and Practice
- Methods for Assessing and Evaluating Ethics Learning in Engineering Education
- Pedagogical Approaches to Integrating Ethics in Engineering
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These guidance articles were created as part of the EPC’s Ethics toolkit that is intended to evolve and grow over time. Further articles will be added or linked to in due course. We are actively inviting experts to submit articles for review and possible inclusion in this toolkit. In due course, a template will be provided and submission guidelines, but in the meantime, please contact us to find out about submitting an article or supporting the ethics toolkit in other ways.