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Ethics Videos on the Web. A project of the Values Institute at the University of San Deigo. Offers RealVideo lectures and workshops by some of the most well-known and respected professors in the field of ethics and political philosophy.
http://ethics.acusd.edu/video/index.html

Graduate Certificate In Professional Ethics and Governance The Key Centre for Ethics Law Justice and Governance, Griffith University offers a 40CP program online with 4 cores subjects.
http://www.gu.edu.au/centre/kceljag/

Managing Ethics in Organizations The EOA, in conjunction with the Center for Business Ethics, offers a professional development program, including a week-long course, Managing Ethics in Organizations. The course provides practical knowledge, the fundamental theories, and general skills needed by prospective and recently appointed ethics officers and others who have responsibilities for their organization’s ethics, compliance or business conduct programs. Faculty are experienced EOA ethics officers, academics and consultants who are recognized leaders in their fields.
www.eoa.org/meo.htm

Ethics World at Learnwell: online short courses in business ethics, values, decision-making and much more.
http://www.learnwell.org/ethics

The Public Sector Ethics Resource Series The Public Sector Ethics Resource Series is designed to help non-specialist trainers and provide managers with resources relevant to today's public officials at every level. The series of CDROMs combines engrossing TV drama with innovative training, reference and resource materials.
http://www.ethicslearn.com

Education/Training References

Bowman, James & Donald Menzel (eds.) (1998) Teaching Ethics and Values in Public Administration Programs: Innovations, Strategies, and Issues (New York: State University of New York Press).

Clark, Gordon L. & Jonson, Elizabeth Prior, eds (1995), Management Ethics: Theory, Cases and Practice (Pymble, NSW: Harper).

Preston, Noel, ed. (1994), Ethics for the Public Sector (Leichhardt, NSW: Federation Press).

Sampford, Charles & Preston, Noel with Bois, C-A (1998), Public Sector Ethics: Finding and Iplementing Values (Leichhardt, NSW: Federation Press).

Tovey, Michael (1997) Training in Australia (Sydney: Prentice-Hall).

Kernaghan, Kenneth & Mancino, Shirley (1991), “Approaches to ethics education,” Canadian Public Administration, Vol.34, No.1 (Spring), pp.184-191.

Whitton, Howard (1994), “The Discovery of Professional Ethics for Public Officials: An Australian Review,” in Preston, Noel, ed., Ethics for the Public Sector (Leichhardt, NSW: Federation Press), pp.39-59.

Longstaff, Simon (1994), “What is Ethics Education and Training?” in Preston, Noel, ed., Ethics for the Public Sector (Leichhardt, NSW: Federation Press), pp.138-160.

Maguire, M. (1998), “Ethics in the Public Service,” Ethics and Accountability in a Context of Governance and New Public Management, EGPA Annual Conference, Leuven 1997 (IOS Press).

Training Services Australia (1989), “Techniques of Training Needs Analysis,” Training Needs Analysis (Canberra: Dept of Employment, Education and Training), pp.10-23.

Burns, Robert (1995), “Methods in adult education” (Chapter 8), The Adult Learner at Work (Sydney: Business and Professional Publishing), pp.254-295.

Aulich, T.G. (Chair), Senate Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training, Come in Cinderella. The Emergence of Adult and Community Education (Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, November 1991).

Crowley, Rosemary (Chair), Senate Employment, Education and Training reference Committee, Beyond Cinderella. Towards a learning society (Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, November 1997).

Lawson, K.H., Philosophical concepts and Values in Adult Education (Milton Keynes, England: Open University Press, 1979).

Lipman, M., Sharp, A.M. & Oscanyan, F.S., Philosophy in the Classroom, second edition (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1980).

Splitter, L.J. & Sharp, A.M., Teaching for Better Thinking. The Classroom Community of Inquiry (Melbourne, Vic., ACER, 1995).

Corbett, David (1998), “Talkin’ ‘Bout Hebn,” in Sampford & Preston, Public Sector Ethics (Leichhardt, NSW: Federation Press), pp.149-162.

Ozar, David T. (1998), “An Outcomes-Centered Approach to Teaching Public Sector Ethics,” in Bowman & Menzel, Teaching Ethics and Values in Public Administration Programs (State University of New York Press), pp.85-99.

Davis, Michael (1997), “Developing and Using Case Studies to Teach Practical Ethics,” Teaching Philosophy, Vol.20, No.4, pp.353-385.

Easton, Geoff (1995), “The Case Method,” reprinted in Clark, Gordon L. & Jonson, Elizabeth Prior, eds, Management Ethics: Theory, Cases and Practice (Pymble, NSW: Harper), pp.97-105.

Dyrud, Marilyn A. (1998), “Ethics à la Dilbert,” Business Communication Quarterly, Vol.61, No.4, pp.113-118.

Lockheed Martin, Setting the Standard: Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, available at http://www.lmco.com/exeth/html/sel_1/ethset.html

Worley, Rebecca B. & Dyrud, Marilyn A., "Introduction to Focus on Teaching," Business Communication Quarterly, Vol.61, No.4, p.112

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