Integrating computer ethics across the curriculum

TitleIntegrating computer ethics across the curriculum
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsBen-Jacob, MG, Mercy College,
PublisherMercy College
Place PublishedDobbs Ferry, NY
Publication Languageeng
Keywords(Higher) , and , aspects. , COLLEGE , Computers , Data , education , Electronic , ethical , Higher , in , Internet , Moral , processing , States. , STUDENTS , Study , teaching , United
AbstractWith the support of the National Science Foundation a team at Mercy College conducted a two year project on integrating computerethics across the curriculum. The first phase of the project was a hands-on workshop for a core group of Mercy College faculty representing different academic disciplines, the second phase involved a faculty seminar day for the entire College faculty, the third phase focused on an online workshop for faculty at other institutions across the United States and the fourth phase encompassed the design and teaching of an online computer ethics course for Mercy College students that had a module which was team-taught with a faculty member from DePaul University.
Notes(Dobbs Ferry N.Y.) (OCoLC)ocm58531869 (IITdb)631694 edited by Marion G. Ben-Jacob. 28 cm. A collection of pedagogical tools to facilitate the integration of computer ethics into different curricula in higher education. A workbook/manual developed for a workshop held on August 12-14, 2002 at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Includes bibliographical references. Business and cultural studies – Interdisciplinary – Legal studies – Health science – Computer science and engineering – Mathematics, the natural and physical sciences – Social sciences and humanities. Full text of this publication plus additional related materials from the Integrating Computer Ethics Across the Curriculum workshop held at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY in August 2002.
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