– Further issues concerning teaching computer ethics are explored.
Computer Ethics Issues in Academic Computing table of contents
- Computer ethics on Campus
- Making a Code of Computer Ethics Work at Pimli College
- Intricacy and Impacts of Computing Policies on University Campuses
- Policy and Guidelines: Some Comments as the University of Delaware’s Draft Responsible Computing Policy Nears Approval
- Recommended Guidelines for Responsible Computing at the University of Delaware
- The Ethics of Evaluating Instructional Computing
- Some Effects of Computer Technology on Human Interaction and Individualization in the Teaching of Deductive Logic
- Appendix – Report on the Discussions of the Working Group on Policy Issues in Campus Computing
The National Conference on Computing and Values (NCCV) was held on the campus of Southern Connecticut State University in August 1991. The Conference included six “tracks:” Teaching Computing and Human Values, Computer Privacy and Confidentiality, Computer Security and Crime, Ownership of Software and Intellectual Property, Equity and Access to Computing Resources, and Policy Issues in the Campus Computing Environment. Each track included a major address, three to five commentaries, some small “working groups,” and a packet of relevant readings (the “Track Pack”). A variety of supplemental “enrichment events” were also included.