Module 1: Resources
What is Ethics?
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Gardner, H., M. Csikszentmihalyi, and W. Damon. (2001). Good work: When excellence and ethics meet.
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ethics, and the new digital media: A synthesis from the Good Play Project (GoodWork® Project
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