James Brusseau at Pace University has assembled some video case studies for business ethics.
The University of Delaware has developed a booklet and on-line quiz regarding ethically responsible computer use that is required of all its students.
NOVA has a four-part series that lays out what engineers have done in response to past disasters to make accidents more survivable. The aim is to engineer so as to avoid harm.
Western Michigan University has a useful manual on how to handle ethical cases and a set of cases on engineering ethics developed by Michael Pritchard through an NSF grant. These case studies have sets of comments by philosophers and engineers.
A very well-organized and thorough site devoted to ethical issues in engineering and science, including research ethics. It contains cases among its numerous resources as well as a host of useful links.
The Mudough Center at Texas Tech contains, among its other features, a nice set of cases in engineering ethics.
De Montefort University is one of the best sites for computer science. It has a European flavour, its treatment of privacy, for instance, evolving around the European Union's responses to the issue. It is fairly thorough and is updated frequently.
Here you can find a short list of codes of ethics and a very good list of links to ethics centers and general ethics information
Another set of codes of ethics curated by the Virginia Tech Comp Sci Department