Using the defining issues test for evaluating computer ethics teaching

TitleUsing the defining issues test for evaluating computer ethics teaching
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsStaehr, LJ, Byrne, GJ
JournalEducation, IEEE Transactions on
Volume46
Issue2
Pagination229-234
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number0018-9359
Keywordsaspects; , Australia; , computer , computing , courses; , defining , development; , EDUCATION; , educational , ethics , evaluation; , Female , gender , issues , issues; , JUDGMENT , Male , Moral , professional , professionals; , SCIENCE , students; , teaching , teaching; , test; , unde
AbstractThis paper evaluates an undergraduate computer ethics teaching program being taught in using the defining issues test (DIT) of moral judgment. A "before-and-after with a control group" research design was used. For both the experimental and control groups, a general increase in moral judgment development was observed over the semester.
DOI10.1109/TE.2002.808274
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