Educators in a wide variety of disciplines will find helpful teaching resources at Ethics Unwrapped, a program from the University of Texas at Austin's Center for Leadership and Ethics, part of the McCombs School of Business. Visitors to this project will find a rich, well-organized library of short educational videos created by the Ethics Unwrapped team that "emphasize the practical application of behavioral ethics to provide the next generation of leaders with the tools they need to act with integrity." A good place to start is the curated resources section, where visitors can choose among disciplinary groupings such as science, leadership, and behavioral ethics to find a collection of videos explaining relevant ethics concepts, each accompanied by discussion questions, case studies, teaching notes, and a bibliography of further resources. Readers may also enjoy exploring Ethics Unwrapped's other video series Scandals Illustrated, which currently offers 29 one-minute videos with teaching resources on recent events like the Equifax data breach. Ethics Unwrapped was created by program director Cara Biasucci. She is assisted by the program's producer Lazaro Hernandez, its coordinator Ian Ishak, and many others.
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