Justin Hess et al. awarded best paper in the Computing Information Technology Division at ASEE

Alongside the PRIME Ethics team, Dr. Hess was awarded the Best Paper for the Computing Information Technology Division at the 2016 ASEEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Dr. Hess presented the team’s work in New Orleans, LA. The study explored how two differing modes of participation in an ethics course, online-only versus hybrid, influenced changes in students’ ethical reasoning gains, course satisfaction, and course engagement. The paper reference is:

Hess, J. L., Kisselburgh, L., Zoltowski, C. B., & Brightman, A. O. (2016). The development of ethical reasoning: A comparison of online versus hybrid delivery modes of ethics instruction. Paper presented at the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.