The material is a collection of different ‘links’ articles that explain a multitude of models, methods and theories of ethics and business.
The students will learn about explanations of different terms, methods, theories on business and ethics.
Target Student Population:
This is typically useful for Undergraduate Students--however Graduate Students can take advantage of it for their on-going research as well.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Computer skills-ability to navigate to and from different screens
Type of Material:
Would be good for students and individuals wanting to learn more about business terms
Need to be a member of the website in order to view the links
Evaluation and Observation
There is a lot of information provided with detailed explanations on each link
The need to register and potentially have to "pay" is a concern. It would also be good if sub-categories are created to assist with the information. The initial website just takes you to a mass list of terms might be helpful to include a brief description at the top of the point of the website
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Anyone who uses this site would be able to learn quite a bit in a short amount of time because it is all listed on one site regarding theories, methods and terms on ethics and business.
The website does not clearly discuss learning objectives or identify what prior knowledge is needed.
There is no evaluation of the content of the various resources.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The website is easy to navigate, you just have to click on the term you want and it will take you to a new page.
Very simple layout.
It is not very visually appealing, there is no real graphics, it is just a list of terms.Has a low design quality
Other Issues and Comments:
The website is very easy to use and navigate. Has a great list of terms on methods, theories and models regarding ethics and business and allows an individual to learn a lot in a short amount of time