|"Seminar in Computer Ethics: A One Semester Hour Course"
The purpose of this paper is to discuss various curricular issues associated with implementing a separate
course in computer ethics as opposed to integrating computer ethics into existing computer science
courses. In particular, the details concerning credit hours, faculty qualifications, prerequisites, and course
level for a separate computer ethics course are addressed. Further, the implementation and informal
results of the separate computer ethics course are examined.
|by James T. Streib
Proceedings of CQL 96
Symposium on Computers and the Quality of Life, February 1996
Sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Computers and Society (SIGCAS)
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