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CIS 350—Computers and Society

Spring 2002 Syllabus

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4.  Davis, R., The Digital Dilemma, CACM, Feb. 2001, 77- 83.

Assignments:

1.

WebBoard Discussion: Is copying software okay?

2.

Ethical case analysis, Group part due

Week 13 (April21-27)  —Issue 9 "Responsible Computing"

Lecture: Watch "Lecture 13," "Responsible Computing"

Readings: Each student will be assigned an article from the special millennium issue of CACM, "The Next 1000 years", or from another recent article on a future computing technology, to read and to post a short "oral report" on.

Assignments:

1.

WebBoard Discussion; post your audio "nugget" on your articles

2.

Finish working on your term project

Week 14 (April 28- May 4) —The Future: Putting it all together

Lecture: "Lecture 14, "Social Responsibility, Computing, and Impacts in the Future"

Readings:

1.

Allen, J.P. Who shapes the future?  ACM Computers and Society, June 1998,  3- 8.

2.

Shneiderman, B., "Creativity Support Systems," CACM Oct. 2002, 116- 126.

Assignments:

1.

Term projects (Internship report or research paper) are due Monday, May 5.

2.

Web-Board discussion continues  on the Millennium issue of CACM and the future of computing.

3.

Study for the final; suggest a question.

Final exam, Friday evening May 9 or Sat. or Sunday daytimes, proctored by DL on NJIT campus.  Mount Laurel, may be only Saturday.

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