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Join the Ethical EdTech community this summer in the Ethical EdTech Challenge (#EETChallenge), where we invite instructors to incorporate one tool/pedagogy from our wiki into their syllabus for the Fall 2019 term.  
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Join the Ethical EdTech community this summer in the Ethical EdTech Challenge (#EETChallenge): '''we invite instructors to incorporate one tool/pedagogy from our wiki into their syllabus for the Fall 2019 term.'''
  
  

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Do you have ethical concerns about the use of digital technology in education, but don't know what to do about it? Have you heard about more ethical alternative tools and pedagogies, but are not sure where to start?


Join the Ethical EdTech community this summer in the Ethical EdTech Challenge (#EETChallenge): we invite instructors to incorporate one tool/pedagogy from our wiki into their syllabus for the Fall 2019 term.


Our wiki has a growing number of tools, pedagogies, and instructions aimed at cultivating a more responsible approach to technology in higher education that respects user privacy and freedom. Instructors are invited to browse entries by category or tool name on the homepage of the wiki to find an ethical alternative suited to their classroom needs.


To learn more about our approach to Ethical EdTech, please visit our About page.


Need something easy? Try setting up a free class blog on the Humanities Commons run by the MLA.


After you've completed your Ethical EdTech Challenge, please share with your colleagues, on Twitter (with the #EETChallenge hashtag), or wherever your communities may be. Let's show the world that a more ethical technical future is possible and it starts with education!