About this course

Different forms of digitalization, such as artificial intelligence, have already changed our life and will further change it in the future. Law often lags behind in this regard and is not able to offer adequate solutions for these challenges and questions. That is why in an increasing way, values and ethical principles are invoked in order to provide these adequate answers; not only within the EU, but also worldwide. This coure entitled “EU values and digitalization” addresses both students at MCI, as well as interested persons outside. This course does not require a specific pre-knowledge and therefore is based on pre-readings, offered in advance. This course is a continuation of the course offered from 2019-2022 thanks to the support of the European Commission in the framework of Erasmus+ (Jean Monnet Chair).

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Sessions

 

  • Monday, March 20, 2023: The course starts with a one day kick off on site (9.00-12.15h & 13.30-16.45h) | videos for external participants
  • Tuesday, March 21, 2023: self-driving cars and values (17.15-19.30h | online session via Big Blue Button [BBB])
  • Wednesday, March 22, 2023: digitalization, artificial intelligence (AI), new technologies and values (17.15-19.30h | online session via BBB)
  • Thursday, March 23, 2023: filling EU values with life (17.15-19.30h | online session via BBB)
  • Monday, March 27, 2023: compliance and values (17.15-19.30h | online session via BBB)
  • Tuesday, March 28, 2023: Q&A session for upcoming presentations (17.15-19.30h | online session via BBB)
  • Friday, March 31, 2023: The course will finish with your presentations (9.00-12.15h, 13.30-16.45h) for those on-site | reflection papers for external participants
Illustration of procedure

Meet your lecturer

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  • MCI students: Please register via MCI Career Center website (you need to log in).
  • External participants (i.e. if you are not studying at MCI): Please contact the chair holder via mail.
  • N.B. MCI incoming students will be registered by MCI International Relations Office

Students on site (at MCI): presentations during 7th session

  • Part of ‘transcript of records’ in case of positive assessment (4 ECTS)
  • N.B. If unable to attend during 8th session, also possibility to go for reflection paper (see below); please contact lecturer
  • ‘Confirmation of attendance’ in case of no or negative assessment

External participants (not at MCI): reflection paper to be mailed to lecturer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) | deadline will be announced via Sakai

  • ‘Certificate’ in case of positive assessment
  • ‘Confirmation of attendance’ in case of no or negative assessment

  • Q: What are the requirements to take part in this course?
  • A: A stable internet connection and a functioning headset. Content wise we will use the concept of the 'flipped classroom' and provide equal pre-knowledge by means of pre-readings.

 

  • Q: Do I need an Adobe Connect licence as the online sessions (webinars) are based on this software?
  • A: No, you just need a stable internet connection (and a headset).

 

  • Q: Are there any costs associated with this course?
  • A: This chair is kindly co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (EU) and therefore the course is free of charge.

 

  • Q: What is a 'digital badge @ MCI' and is this course part of it?
  • A: Yes, this course is part of the digital badge 'Responsible Management' and if you want to find out more, click here (for MCI students).

 

  • Q: In what language is this course held?
  • A: The course is held in English.

  • Monday, March 23, 2020: The course starts with a one day kick off on site (9.00-12.15h & 13.30-16.45h) | videos for external participants | due to the current situation, also first session online | recording part 1 and part 2)
  • Tuesday, March 24, 2020: self-driving cars and values (17.00-19.15h | online session via Adobe Connect | recording)
  • Wednesday, March 25, 2020: digitalization, artificial intelligence (AI), new technologies and values (17.00-19.15h | online session via Adobe Connect | recording)
  • Thursday, March 26, 2020: filling EU values with life (17.00-19.15h | online session via Adobe Connect | recording)
  • Monday, March 30, 2020: compliance and values (17.00-19.15h | online session via Adobe Connect | recording)
  • Tuesday, March 31, 2020: Q&A session for upcoming presentations (17.00-19.15h | online session via Adobe Connect | recording)
  • Friday, April 3, 2020: The course will finish with your presentations (9.00-12.15h, 13.30-16.45h) for those on site | reflection paper for external participants | due to the current situation, also last session online | recording guest speech

  • Monday April 8, 2019: The course starts with a one day kick off (9.00-12.15h & 13.30-16.45h; recordings of past session: part 1 and part 2)
  • Wednesday April 10, 2019: affirmative action (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Thursday April 11, 2019: surrogacy (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Friday April 12, 2019: moral limits of markets (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Monday April 15, 2019: migration (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Tuesday April 16, 2019: Q&A session for upcoming presentations (online session via Adobe Connect)
  • Friday April 19, 2019: The course will finish with your presentations (9.00-12.15h, 13.30-16.45h) for those on site (reflection paper for others)
  • Monday December 3, 2018: The course starts with a one day kick off (9.00-12.15h & 13.30-16.45h | recordings of April session: part 1 and part 2)
  • Wednesday December 5, 2018: affirmative action (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Thursday December 6, 2018: surrogacy (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Friday December 7, 2018: moral limits of markets (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Monday December 10, 2018: migration (online session via Adobe Connect; recording; N.B: due to a technical problem, unfortunetly the first part of this session is missing)
  • Tuesday December 11, 2018: Q&A session for upcoming presentations (online session via Adobe Connect; 17.00-19.15h)
  • Thursday December 13, 2018: The course will finish with your presentations (9.00-12.15h, 13.30-16.45h) for those on site (reflection paper for others)
  • Monday April 16, 2018: The course starts with a one day kick off (9.00-12.15h: watch video part 1; 13.30-16.45h: watch video part 2; slides available here)
  • Wednesday April 18, 2018: affirmative action (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Thursday April 19, 2018: surrogacy (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Friday April 20, 2018: moral limits of markets (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Monday April 23, 2018: migration (online session via Adobe Connect; recording)
  • Tuesday April 24, 2018: Q&A session for upcoming presentations (online session via Adobe Connect; 17.00-19.15h)
  • Thursday April 26, 2018: Guest lecture of Dean Harris on "Migration, the US perspective" (9.00-12.15h, on site; Flyer)
  • Friday April 27, 2018: The course will finish with your presentations (9.00-12.15h, 13.30-16.45h) for those on site (reflection paper for others)

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