Laura Howard publishes 'Improving Fully Online Instruction' chapter in new Academic Ethics Today book
Laura Howard is Associate Professor in the Philosophy department at the University of Arizona. She received her B.A. and M.A. in philosophy from the University of Missouri St. Louis and her Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Arizona. Her chapter, Improving Fully Online Instruction, is included in the recently published Academic Ethics Today book edited by Steven Cahn.
Academic Ethics Today
An all-star cast of philosophical thinkers about higher education, more than half women, offers new essays exploring major ethical problems facing American higher education today. Among the crucial topics discussed are free speech on campus, challenges to the tenure system, the proliferation of adjunct faculty, historical injustices, affirmative action, admission policies, opportunities for applicants from the working-class, faculty and administrative responsibilities, student life, threats to privacy, treatment of those with disabilities, the impact of technology on teaching and learning, curricular controversies, the impact of unions, philanthropy, sports and intercollegiate athletics, and the aims of liberal education.
Anita L. Allen, Alexandra Bradner, Harry Brighouse, Steven M. Cahn, Ann E. Cudd, N. Ann Davis, Christa Davis Acampora, Richard De George, Judith Wagner DeCew, Kyla Ebels-Duggan, Dan Edelstein, Deni Elliott, Keota Fields, Leslie Francis, Peter A. French, Alan H. Goldman, Karen Hanson, Elizabeth Harman, David Hoekema, Laura M. Howard, James F. Keenan, S.J., Anthony Simon Laden, Meira Levinson, Peter Markie, Mary Kate McGowan, Jennifer M. Morton, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, Debra Satz, David Shatz, Robert Simon, Cynthia A. Stark, Bryan Warnick, and Shelley Wilcox