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Guidelines for Using Technology in the Social Studies Classroom

Linda Bennett
2005 The Social Studies  
The indicators are intended as a guide when considering the ethical, legal, and social issues related to technology and are meant to promote responsible use of technology in the classroom.  ...  The indicators are the following: 1. Model and teach legal and ethical practices related to technology use. 2.  ...  The indicators are intended as a guide when considering the ethical, legal, and social issues related to technology and are meant to promote responsible use of technology in the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.3200/tsss.96.1.38-40 fatcat:bbizoqsf6bhh5b2v64m6n5d6wu

Ethical issues for internet use policy: balancing employer and employee perspectives

Sharman Lichtenstein
2011 International Journal of Technology Management  
An organisational internet use policy (IUP) is a recognised deterrent to manage insider internet misuse.  ...  However, IUPs have proven ineffective against this threat, perhaps because of their neglect of the ethical issues involved.  ...  The first ethical issue is the degree of internet use permitted to employees. Two fundamental questions are: Should employees be free to use the internet for any legal purpose?  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2011.039316 fatcat:rqa5fnvexjckjcz5ulsn7ppwxq

Copyright infringement: between ethical use and legal use of information [chapter]

Arthur Coelho Bezerra, Tatiana Sanches
2018 Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Organization in the Digital Age  
how the ethical issue cannot be reduced to the legal issue.  ...  The purpose of this communication is to highlight the singularities that permeate the ethical and legal dimensions of the use of information, revealing some disagreements between both in order to contribute  ...  Thinking about these questions might lead us to the understanding that the ethical use of information is not always in accordance with the legal use of it.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956504211-762 fatcat:pgym4jge6fbg7gi36ftxmz77ra

Information Technology and Legal Ethics: Expanding the Teaching and Understanding of Legal Ethics through the Creation of a New Generation of Electronic Reference Materials

Roger C. Cramton, Peter W. Martin
1995 Law & Contemporary Problems  
Visitors From Practice and Colloquia A related aspect of the Cornell Keck project involves the use of practitioners to teach advanced courses and workshops that relate ethics issues to an area of practice  ...  LEGAL EDuc. 31, 50-56 (1992 practice contexts to smaller groups of students (such as ethics in tax practice) and interdisciplinary seminars connecting lawyers and the legal profession to some related  ... 
doi:10.2307/1192039 fatcat:egfwabumdbgsxc4c6ezwctfzya

ICT Student Teachers' Judgments and Justifications about Ethical Issues

Turgay Alakurt, Salih Bardakcı, Hafize Keser
2012 Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry  
In addition to that it was observed that a number of ICT student teachers do not attain the right justifications due to the lack of knowledge on copyrights, intellectual property and the policies of web  ...  The findings revealed that gender does not affect the ethical judgments and justifications of ICT student teachers.  ...  Information Technologies and Communications Authority (BTK) in Turkey has made a regulation closely related to this issue entitled Procedures and Principles Regarding the Safe Use of the Internet Safe  ... 
doi:10.17569/tojqi.80752 doaj:2227493a2c2843aca2ae3a70a3873b05 fatcat:hp4xfpdbwnhjpp33jwqr5y233q

Investigation of Elementary School Students' Opinions Related to Unethical Behavior in the Use of Information and Communication Technologies

Fatma Kübra Çelen, Süleyman Sadi Seferoğlu
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
This study is a descriptive study carried out to determine the opinions of elementary school students related to unethical behavior and the causes of these behaviors in the use of information and communication  ...  According to the results, the causes of unethical behaviors of the elementary school students in the use of ICT were listed as "not having enough knowledge about legal responsibilities, friends' roles,  ...  It would also be advisable that ethics and issues related to ethics could be included in the content of ICT related courses of the programs in higher education institutions where prospective computer teachers  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.082 fatcat:x2qxc22chfgu7nlzkk53gwnwnq

Connectivity, confidentiality and confidence: Key issues in the provision of online pro bono activities

Emma Jones, Francine Ryan, Hugh McFaul
2018 International Journal of Clinical Legal Education  
These include the potential and pitfalls of the technology involved, issues with confidentiality (particularly in the context of online legal advice) and the issue of how to foster trust in the online  ...  The provision of pro bono activities for law students has become an established feature of the undergraduate legal education landscape in Law Schools in the United Kingdom ("UK") and beyond, providing  ...  Ethical issues relating to client confidentiality are taught as part of the class and students are required to sign confidentiality agreements.  ... 
doi:10.19164/ijcle.v25i2.722 fatcat:557bh6xyzjfsncyk6mw4zudmtm

Internet in the classroom: Teachers as custodians? [chapter]

Kwok-Wing Lai
2001 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
As well, this paper also discusses the legal and ethical issues involved and the strategies teachers used to deal with these issues.  ...  The recent increase of Internet connectivity in the classroom means that students will spend more time using the Internet to access information and inevitably they will access materials considered to be  ...  The author wishes to thank An ne Elliot, Fieke Roozon, N icola Elliot, Philip Munro, and Haidee Brash for their support in the data collection process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35403-3_4 fatcat:joj354ecsza5fdsrnboaalwi3e

File Sharing, Napster, and Institutional Reponses: Educative, Developmental, or Responsive Policy?

Jason E. Lane, Margaret A. Healy
2005 Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice  
the various types and relational meaning of attempts to discourage illegal file sharing among college students.  ...  O Student use of the Internet for such purposes as sharing and downloading illegal copies of music and movies presents new and complex challenges in the relationship between the institution and student  ...  approaches, depending on how other institutions replicate the process, students could continue to access music without consideration of the legal and ethical issues associated with such behavior.  ... 
doi:10.2202/1949-6605.1539 fatcat:lmzzzpi7hrg3demydihwghf7sq

Ethics and Law on the Electronic Frontier

Darja SMITE
2004 Informatics in Education. An International Journal  
This paper describes the demand for teaching the legal regulation of electronic processes to Computer Science students, gives and overview of the course preparation, teaching and findings received from  ...  The new electronic relations have brought as much benefits as duties. The society uses more often computers in every day life than ever.  ...  The knowledge of legal and ethical basis is included in several other important issues on software engineering education.  ... 
doi:10.15388/infedu.2004.07 fatcat:xtd6l3nfg5bbbb5f7yd4rpqmdq

File Sharing, Napster, and Institutional Reponses: Educative, Developmental, or Responsive Policy?

Jason E. Lane, Margaret A. Healy
2005 NASPA Journal  
the various types and relational meaning of attempts to discourage illegal file sharing among college students.  ...  Student use of the Internet for such purposes as sharing and downloading illegal copies of music and movies presents new and complex challenges in the relationship between the institution and student.  ...  approaches, depending on how other institutions replicate the process, students could continue to access music without consideration of the legal and ethical issues associated with such behavior.  ... 
doi:10.2202/0027-6014.1539 fatcat:73soi6zqyjgfndmk6orktmhfyq

Can We Help Information Systems Students Improve Their Ethical Decision Making?

Theda Thomas, Mary Ahyick
2010 Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management  
As the use of technology increases, the scope of computer-related ethical dilemmas continues to change.  ...  The paper concludes by making suggestions as to what the best method of helping students, not only develop their knowledge of ethical decision making and ethical issues, but also see the value of those  ...  "Cyberethics" is the term used to describe the discipline that analyses the moral, legal, and social issues surrounding the computing and internet technology areas.  ... 
doi:10.28945/1160 fatcat:z6cugufk4vcsdfcetto2txbzly

Design and Implementation of Ethical Values Created Curriculum Development to Improve Mobile Security

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
Be that as it may, they can barely meet the necessities of high goals and continuous 3D perception of the careful scene to help the acknowledgment of anatomic structures for safe MIS techniques.  ...  The proposed calculation is stretched out to remake the inside structures of an organ by just testing on the outside surface.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors are thankful to James Morgan, Gregory Neal, Vance E. Poteat and Donna Woo providing the necessary facilities for the preparation of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.b1229.1292s419 fatcat:mnxzan6hgnhfbo3vjpc6m7nvoy

ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES IN INFORMATION SECURITY EDUCATION

2006 Issues in Information Systems  
This paper relates the similarities between the deviations in moral behavior illustrated in the famous 1971 Zimbardo prison study with the behavior of deindividualized technologically savvy students in  ...  Suggestions are made to improve moral sensitivity and judgment through minimizing deindividualization, promoting moral argumentation using ethical scenarios, and establishing well defined ethical boundaries  ...  CONCLUSIONS Our current state of ethics research indicates that reducing deindividualization, promoting moral argumentation by using computing related ethical scenarios, and defining legal and regulatory  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2006_179-181 fatcat:o5zabhnoe5ccxj24wl2alqpkqy

Student Bioethics Wing Paper : Professionalism in the use of Social Media by Physicians and Medical Students: Concerns, Benefits and Ethical Dilemmas

Ankit Raj
2017 Global Bioethics Enquiry Journal  
Despite the presence of several guidelines on use of social media by physicians, there is still a lack of awareness and practice among the healthcare professionals, including medical students.  ...  This commentary aims to discuss some of these issues and suggest reasonable solutions along with a brief discussion on benefits and concerns of social media usage among physicians and medical students.  ...  What makes this issue important in the Indian context is the lack of any uniform guidelines, policies and training on the ethical and legal implications and professionally correct way of using social media  ... 
doi:10.38020/gbe.5.2.2017.91-94 fatcat:ebqqzdioafbprenbss2hneyaoq
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