An Active Learning Activity for an IT Ethics Course

@inproceedings{Woods2014AnAL,
  title={An Active Learning Activity for an IT Ethics Course},
  author={David Michael Woods and Elizabeth V. Howard},
  year={2014}
}
Courses in Information Technology Ethics are often designed as discussion-intensive courses where case studies are introduced and evaluated using ethical theories. Although many of the case studies directly apply to our students’ online lives, the stories can sometimes seem too far removed from their own experiences. While we read the news headlines about data being intercepted via networks, students may not fully understand how easy that data is to intercept. Incorporating a hands-on… CONTINUE READING

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