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We believe that the goal of successful academic programs should be to produce leaders who have both strong technical skills and strong ethical decision making frameworks.
To accomplish that, ethical lessons should be integrated into the core curriculum not seen as a detached philosophical area.
We produce educational products that make it simple to add to a strong ethical component to virtually any course-from accounting to zoology.
Our e-cases are multimedia, mini-e-books designed to engage and bring to life an important ethical lesson in the context of the subject matter being taught. Each one focuses on telling a story with a character, often a real life person, to whom we can all relate. These stories, told through text, video and even motion comics, illustrate ethical principles. They speak to students, rather than at them. They engage them, enable them to relate, stimulate discussion and finally, facilitate the integration of the lesson being taught.
Our e-case catalog is growing rapidly. Check out our brochure to view titles currently available. New titles are added every week. If you don't see one that for your particular academic area, no worries! Just drop us a note and we will let you know when an e-case in your subject area is scheduled to be released.
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Crossing the Line documents how ordinary people become susceptible to committing white-collar crime at various points in their professional careers.
The film offers viewers a unique opportunity to hear convicted white-collar felons discuss their crimes, the corporate or personal pressure that led to their crimes, prison life and life after conviction. The documentary is part of the Crossing the Line Research Series which seeks to add to the limited and dated fraud documentaries and teaching modules currently available for educational purposes.
These materials are being created with the educator in mind; therefore they are suitable for classroom use.
All the Queen's Horses: The Rita Crundwell Story documents stories of white-collar crimes committed by women.
This film features the story of Rita A. Crundwell, former comptroller of Dixon, Illinois.
Crundwell pled guilty to embezzling $54 million over a twenty year period, making Dixon, Illinois home to the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history.
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