Creating a culture of technical caution: addressing the issues of security, privacy protection and the ethical use of technology

@inproceedings{Lewandowski2005CreatingAC,
  title={Creating a culture of technical caution: addressing the issues of security, privacy protection and the ethical use of technology},
  author={Judith Oates Lewandowski},
  booktitle={SIGUCCS},
  year={2005}
}
This paper focuses upon the infusion of basic security and cyberethics principles within the curriculum of a required technology integration course for pre-service teachers. By using a prescribed list of content and the relevant curricular modules, the students are exposed to these principles within a similar context they will encounter as a K-12 educator. 

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