Learn about Computer Ethics from end-user perspective, professional perspective, organization and business perspective, and socio-technical perspective.
Computer Ethics course : Introduction to Computing and ICT Ethics on Udemy is an easy to follow course with scenarios, concepts, lectures, quizzes and articles.
We talk about:
1. Difference scenarios related to Computing Ethics
3. Introduction to Computer Ethics
4. Ethics of Computing from end-user / personal perspective
5. Computer Ethics from professional perspective
6. CE from organizational and business perspective
7. CE from socio-technical perspective
We explore the topics of privacy, piracy, surveillance for influencing, digital divide, digital inclusion, values in computing technologies and many more.
In this course, when we talk about Computer Ethics then we also talk about Computing Ethics, Social Media Ethics, Information Systems Ethics, Data Sciences Ethics, Cyber Ethics, Information Technology Ethics (IT Ethics) and Information and Communication Technology Ethics (ICT ethics). I will add the real life cases and links to other resources.
Ethics tells us what is right and what is wrong. It helps us in choosing the right course of Action. As computers and computing systems are becoming integral parts of our personal, professional, organizational and socio-technical lives, one can argue that they have many benefits and they can have a negative impact on us.
This course is design for the people who are interested in the field of Ethics and Information Technology. Students who are taking a Computer Ethics course, Cyber Ethics course, Information Technology Ethics course, Data Sciences Ethics course or Ethics and Information and Communication Technology course at the college or university level will find interesting scenarios and
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