Elaine Yale Weltz

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Two Approaches A common approach to teaching the social and ethical implications of computing is the creation of a junioror senior-level course in computing ethics. Through a combination of lecture, readings, case studies, and class discussion, students are introduced to some of the implications of computer usage in society. The hope is that students will(More)
"Undergraduates need to understand the basic cultural, social, legal, and ethical issues inherent in the discipline of computing. They should understand where the discipline has been, where it is, and where it is heading. They should understand their individual roles in this process, as well as appreciate the philosophical questions, technical problems, and(More)
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