Journal of Academic Ethics
The Journal of Academic Ethics is an interdisciplinary, peer reviewed journal devoted to the examination of ethical issues that arise in all aspects of post-secondary education, primarily within a university context. Providing a forum for the publication and discussion of original research, the journal examines ethical concerns in research, teaching, administration, and governance. Moreover, in response to the rapidly changing global knowledge economy, the journal offers sustained inquiry into the values, purposes, and functions of the world's principal institutions responsible for the creation and dissemination of knowledge.
In addition to original research article, the journal publishes short research notes, letters, and book reviews.
Are Some of the Things Faculty Do to Maximize Their Student Evaluation of Teachers Scores Unethical?
Rodney C. Roberts (June 2016)
- Available 2003 - 2016
- Volumes 14
- Issues 45
- Articles 311
- Open Access 2 Articles
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