B3 Non-refereed conference proceedings
A conceptual framework for teaching computer ethics at the university level to non-computer science students (1999)


Vartiainen, T., & Siponen, M. T. (1999). A conceptual framework for teaching computer ethics at the university level to non-computer science students. In C. R. Simpson (Ed.), AICEC99 Conference Proceedings 14-16 July 1999, Flow-on effects of Information Technology on quality of life and the environment (pp. 331-346). Australian Institute of Computer Ethics.


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All authors or editors: Vartiainen, Tero; Siponen, Mikko T.

Parent publication: AICEC99 Conference Proceedings 14-16 July 1999, Flow-on effects of Information Technology on quality of life and the environment

Parent publication editors: Simpson, Chris R.

ISBN: 0-646-37641-1

Publication year: 1999

Pages range: 331-346

Publisher: Australian Institute of Computer Ethics

Place of Publication: Brunswick East

Publication country: Australia

Publication language: English

Publication open access: Not open

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Free keywords: computer ethics; teaching of computer ethics; end-user computing

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