• This module outlines some of the ethical concerns to consider prior to working with subjects and data.

  • For students working and serving in the community, cultural awareness and the humility to recognize the limits of their own perspectives are of utmost importance. This module provides guidance for students preparing for this kind of work.

  • Photography has become ubiquitous, but there are some ways that an innocent photograph can cause issues down the line. This module discusses the ethical considerations that surround photographing research and research subjects.

  • This module covers the expectations and practices that foster sustainable and positive relationships between researchers and community partners around the country and around the world.

  • Reflection is key to experiential learning and this module covers the many pedagogical theories and practices related to facilitating that relationship.

  • When working to address a common goal, partnerships offer a framework for collaboration and shared connections between groups, organizations, and communities. This module outlines some considerations to keep in mind prior to entering a partnership.

  • The more we understand the ways the system of privilege operates and is reflected in many institutions and organizations, the more we'll be able to address it and combat these inequities on a larger scale. This module provides some starting points for approaching these issues.

  • Civic engagement opportunities can also come with some safety concerns. Some are based in legality while others in self-care. When working on behalf of any institution, there are always legal policies and procedures to consider.

  • There are certain ethical and practical concerns to consider prior to working with children in a research setting. This module outlines these concerns and provides examples from previous studies that involved children.