The Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Research <http://www.onlineethics.org/> is a very professional and very complete site designed for students in the sciences and engineering. The Center supports a "Help Desk" for students needing advice on ethical problems as well as areas with ethics resource materials, cases, codes, diversity and gender issues, problems in the corporate world, etc. There is also an extensive bibliography and a helpful glossary of ethics terms. It is supported by Case Western Reserve University.
Teaching Research Ethics (TRE) <http://www.indiana.edu/~poynter/tre.html> is a project by the Poynter Center at the University of Indiana. This site, while less polished than the previous one, is full of useful information, including annotated bibliographies, an online book titled Moral Reasoning in Scientific Research: Cases for Teaching and Assessment (available for download using Adobe Acrobat), and a very extensive annotated list of web resources (including syllabi). This site also offers Case Builder, a Macintosh program which helps instructors create ethics cases for study in class.
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