A Study on Understanding Internet Ethics and Improving Practice by Making UCC
Jongwan Kim, Division of Computer and Information Engineering, Daegu Univ.
Hee-Jae Kim,Division of Computer and Communication Engineering, Daegu Univ.
Soon-Cheol Kim,Division of Computer and Information Engineering, Daegu Univ.
In order to effectively deliver the Internet ethics to students, we have utilized some videos related to Internet ethics in the class. Since the latest video presentation and its discussion were performed, it was helpful for students to recognize the internet ethical issues. However, simply passive video watching is insufficient in terms of improving student learning outcome and practicing. In this work, two or three students teamed up to produce a UCC about internet ethics. These team project teaching methods are effective in helping students actively participate in class and understand concepts by producing videos themselves. In addition, each student can look back on his/her ethical attitude in everyday life and gain the effect of improving it. Through questionnaires of the students, we confirmed that the UCC project teaching method is effective for students’ understanding of internet ethics and promotion of practice.
Internet ethics, understanding and practice education, UCC production, team project education.
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