• Confucian ethics (teaching slides)

      Zhu, Qin; Colorado School of Mines. Division of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
      Teaching slides that provide information about Confucian role ethics. This work is part of a learning module on Confucian ethics, society, and technology. Resources developed are a reading material/chapter and other pedagogical resources for both faculty and students including five activities/exercises, a student handout, and PowerPoint slides for the instructor.
    • Ethics, society, and technology : a Confucian role ethics perspective (reading material and exercises)

      Zhu, Qin; Colorado School of Mines. Division of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
      This essay provides a very brief overview of Confucian ethics that focuses on the role-based morality. It compares Confucian ethics with two dominant schools of thought in Western ethics deontology and consequentialism. This essay then discusses how Confucian ethics provides a unique way to think about social and political issues such as how the political leaders are selected and evaluated, the ethical justification of political legitimacy, the prioritization of economic, social, and cultural rights over other rights, and moral egalitarianism. Finally, this essay explores ways in which Confucian ethics serves as a useful intellectual resource for examining the issues arising from the ethical assessment of (emerging) technologies and the professional formation of engineers. The Appendix of this essay includes some teaching resources that instructors can employ to teach students about ethics, society, and technology from a Confucian role ethics perspective. This work is part of a learning module on Confucian ethics, society, and technology. Resources developed are a reading material/chapter and other pedagogical resources for both faculty and students including five activities/exercises, a student handout, and PowerPoint slides for the instructor.
    • Ethics, society, and technology: a Confucian role ethics perspective (handout)

      Zhu, Qin; Colorado School of Mines. Division of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
      This handout provides a brief introductory overview of Confucian ethics. This work is part of a learning module on Confucian ethics, society, and technology. Resources developed are a reading material/chapter and other pedagogical resources for both faculty and students including five activities/exercises, a student handout, and PowerPoint slides for the instructor.
    • Linear vector spaces & applications

      Pankavich, Stephen; Colorado School of Mines. Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
      New open textbook for Applied Linear Algebra at the graduate level featuring a variety of in-class modules and applications, computational examples (using MATLAB), and new homework materials. Faculty teaching any course that covers graduate-level Linear Algebra or Real Analysis may find this resource helpful.
    • OER for Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBEN) 304 : anatomy and physiology

      Shaffer, Justin Franklin; Colorado School of Mines. Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
      Reading guides and slides to accompany the OpenStax Anatomy & Physiology textbook for CBEN 304: Anatomy and Physiology