A Research Project at George Mason University.
The Mason Tech Ethics project focuses on how students can be better prepared to face the challenge of working with technology broadly, but algorithms, AI, and new emerging technologies specifically. The activity central to our work is the Role-Play Scenario (RPS), which allows students to take the information presented through a case and apply it by being situated within the actual case. Students take on the roles of different stakeholders within the case, and negotiate the details of the case to achieve a shared goal.
|Hingle, A. & Johri, A., (2023). Recognizing Principles of AI Ethics through a Role-Play Case Study on Agriculture. Proceedings of 2023 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA.||2023|
|Hingle, A. & Johri, A., (2023). Using Fictional Role-Plays for Engineering and Computing Ethics Instruction. Proceedings of 2023 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology (ETHICS), West Lafayette, IN, USA.||2023|
|Johri, A., & Hingle, A., (2022). Learning to Link Micro, Meso, and Macro Ethical Concerns Through Role-Play Discussions. Proceedings of 2022 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), Uppsala, Sweden.||2022|
|Hingle, A., & Johri, A. (2022). Assessing Engineering Student's Representation and Identification of Ethical Dilemmas through Concept Maps and Role-Plays. Proceedings of 2022 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Minneapolis, MN.||2022|
|Hingle, A., Johri, A., & Brozina, C. (2022). Instructing First-Year Engineering Students on the Ethics of Algorithms through a Role-Play. Proceedings of 2022 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Minneapolis, MN.||2022|
|Hingle, A., Rangwala, H., Johri, A., & Monea, A. (2021). Using Role-Plays to Improve Ethical Understanding of Algorithms Among Computing Students. Proceedings of IEEE/ERM Frontiers in Education, 2021.||2022|
|Hingle, A., & Johri, A. (2021). Using Role-Play Case Studies to Teach Engineering for Social Justice. Proceedings of Society for Social Studies of Science: Annual Meeting 2021.||2021|
|Martin, DA., Johri, A., Hingle, A. & Lennerfors, T. (2021). Role-playing hypothetical stakeholder scenarios. Proceedings of 49th SEFI Annual Conference 2021, European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI).||2021|
|Hingle, A., & Johri, A. (2021). Using Role-Play Case Studies to Teach Engineering for Social Justice. Proceedings of 4S Annual meeting: Good Relations Practices and Methods in Unequal and Uncertain Worlds, 2021.||2021|
|Hingle, A., & Johri, A. (2021). Using Role Play Scenarios to Teach Ethical Thinking. Proceedings of 2021 Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference, George Mason University.||2021|
|Hingle, A., Johri, A., Rangwala, H., & Monea, A. (2021). Using the Boeing Max Air Disaster as A Role-play Scenario for Teaching Ethical Thinking. Proceedings of 2021 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.||2021|