How to Use the Toolkit

The basic idea of this Toolkit is to present a buffet of ideas and resources on how to take education on anti-corruption to the next level. We present both up-to-date, comprehensive content and support for its delivery in the classroom. Faculty can choose those elements deemed most useful in revising their curriculum. The list of content, search function provided, and compiled index will help faculty complement courses with additional topics or alternatively design a new stand-alone course. The up-to-date overview of content can serve as a point of orientation for what topics currently characterise the international anti-corruption debate. All of the corresponding chapters outline the significance of the subject, what learning goals and questions could be defined, and what literature, cases, and dilemmas for practising exist.

A section on learning methodologies has also been added to reflect the possibility of whether any of the presented ideas could enhance the learning experience in a particular class or institution. Not all ideas will work in all settings or represent true innovations. Their aim is merely to inspire and encourage further progress when delivering modules. Course participants surely note the additional efforts as well as the professionally compiled course design. Faculty members at top institutions spend, as a rule of thumb, about three hours on the preparation of every hour taught. Furthermore, we added both FAQ and index sections for your convenient search for concepts. We hope to help you make these preparations more efficient and effective with this Toolkit.