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Social, Legal and Professional Issues in Computing. Integrated or “stand alone”?. Penny Duquenoy, Middlesex University. Discussion. The models ... … integrated teaching … as a module on its own Advantages Constraints Aims and objectives A paradox?. Integrated Model.

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social legal and professional issues in computing

Social, Legal and Professional Issues in Computing

Integrated or “stand alone”?

Penny Duquenoy, Middlesex University

discussion
Discussion
  • The models ...
    • … integrated teaching
    • … as a module on its own
  • Advantages
  • Constraints
  • Aims and objectives
  • A paradox?

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

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Integrated Model

Professional Issues

Social Issues

Access

Professional Responsibility

In the Workplace

Codes of Conduct

Computer Technology

Monitoring/ Surveillance

Legal Issues

Legal obligations

Censorship

Data Protection

Junk mail

Computer Misuse

Software piracy

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

integrated teaching
Integrated teaching
  • In context
  • Timely
  • Relevant
  • Meaningful

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

advantages
Advantages

Integrated model

  • issues can be directly related to topic
  • the relationship made explicit
  • concrete examples can be given
  • students can be asked to give other examples in that context
  • already have the students’ attention and focus

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

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Stand Alone Model

Social Issues

Professional Issues

Access

Codes of Conduct

Professional Responsibility

In the Workplace

Legal Issues

Monitoring/ Surveillance

Legal obligations

Censorship

Computer Misuse

Data Protection

Junk mail

Software piracy

Social World

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

advantages7
Advantages

Stand alone model

  • Easier to introduce ethical theory
  • Set the context of ethical relevance
  • Situates the issues in a social context
  • Can cover issues in more depth
  • Can focus on bringing rationality to ethical decision making

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

constraints
Constraints

- both models

  • Student motivation
  • Assessment methods
  • Manpower
  • Management costs

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

summary integrated
Summary: Integrated
  • Gives relevance to issues
    • thus more understandable?
  • We already have the students’ focus and attention
  • Set in a familiar framework
  • Student’s prefer it?
  • Cost-saving?

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

summary stand alone
Summary: Stand-alone
  • Sets a different context
    • of thinking
    • perspective
    • alternative viewpoints
    • ethical framework
  • Allows discussion of ethical theory
  • Situates discussions in a broader social picture
  • Meets different aims - critical thinking etc.

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

what are we aiming to do
What are we aiming to do?
  • Raise awareness?
  • Set an ethical context?
  • Develop thinking/decision-making skills?

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University

a paradox
A paradox?
  • Integrated model  ICT in isolation?
  • Stand alone model  ICT situated in a wider context?

Penny Duquenoy - Middlesex University