FIVE SELF-PACED MODULES

These self-paced courses are designed to push users to think critically about the challenges that arise in practice and how to think through potential solutions.

A key component of these exercises involve drawing parallels between case studies and participants’ own work.

Each module is two-hours and contains key definitions and a set of examples from the real world, including case studies demonstrating practical applications. Users work through a series of questions to reflect on the topics and understand how the Digital Principles influence these areas. 


Introduction to the Digital Principles [Series 1/5]

This self-paced course features one Digital Principles training module that serves as the introduction to the framework. The module includes general definitions and stats, case studies, self-assessments, and additional resources for further exploration. It is recommended you take this course first in the series.


Emerging Technologies & The Digital Principles [Series 2/5]

This self-paced course features one Digital Principles training module that connects the framework to relevant emerging technology. The module includes general definitions and stats, case studies, self-assessments, and additional resources for further exploration.


Ethics & The Digital Principles [Series 3/5]

This self-paced course features one Digital Principles training module that connects the framework to ethical considerations. The module includes general definitions and stats, case studies, self-assessments, and additional resources for further exploration.


Privacy, Security & The Digital Principles [Series 4/5]

This self-paced course features one Digital Principles training module that connects the framework to privacy and security considerations. The module includes general definitions and stats, case studies, self-assessments, and additional resources for further exploration.


Gender & The Digital Principles [Series 5/5]

This self-paced course features one Digital Principles training module that connects the framework to relevant gender considerations. The module includes general definitions and stats, case studies, self-assessments, and additional resources for further exploration.