ethical aspects

GS-12 - Codes of ethics for geospatial professionals
  • Compare and contrast the ethical guidelines promoted by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) and the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)
  • Propose a resolution to a conflict between an obligation in the GIS Code of Ethics and organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Explain how one or more obligations in the GIS Code of Ethics may conflict with organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Describe the sanctions imposed by ASPRS and GISCI on individuals whose professional actions violate the codes of ethics
GS-12 - Codes of ethics for geospatial professionals
  • Compare and contrast the ethical guidelines promoted by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) and the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)
  • Propose a resolution to a conflict between an obligation in the GIS Code of Ethics and organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Explain how one or more obligations in the GIS Code of Ethics may conflict with organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Describe the sanctions imposed by ASPRS and GISCI on individuals whose professional actions violate the codes of ethics
GS-11 - Ethics and geospatial information
  • Describe a variety of philosophical frameworks upon which codes of professional ethics may be based
  • Describe the individuals or groups to which GIS&T professionals have ethical obligations
  • Describe a scenario in which you would find it necessary to report misconduct by a colleague or friend
  • Discuss the ethical implications of a local government’s decision to charge fees for its data
GS-12 - Codes of ethics for geospatial professionals
  • Compare and contrast the ethical guidelines promoted by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) and the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)
  • Propose a resolution to a conflict between an obligation in the GIS Code of Ethics and organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Explain how one or more obligations in the GIS Code of Ethics may conflict with organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Describe the sanctions imposed by ASPRS and GISCI on individuals whose professional actions violate the codes of ethics
GS-11 - Ethics and geospatial information
  • Describe a variety of philosophical frameworks upon which codes of professional ethics may be based
  • Describe the individuals or groups to which GIS&T professionals have ethical obligations
  • Describe a scenario in which you would find it necessary to report misconduct by a colleague or friend
  • Discuss the ethical implications of a local government’s decision to charge fees for its data
GS-12 - Codes of ethics for geospatial professionals
  • Compare and contrast the ethical guidelines promoted by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) and the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)
  • Propose a resolution to a conflict between an obligation in the GIS Code of Ethics and organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Explain how one or more obligations in the GIS Code of Ethics may conflict with organizations’ proprietary interests
  • Describe the sanctions imposed by ASPRS and GISCI on individuals whose professional actions violate the codes of ethics
GS-11 - Ethics and geospatial information
  • Describe a variety of philosophical frameworks upon which codes of professional ethics may be based
  • Describe the individuals or groups to which GIS&T professionals have ethical obligations
  • Describe a scenario in which you would find it necessary to report misconduct by a colleague or friend
  • Discuss the ethical implications of a local government’s decision to charge fees for its data

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