Grateful acknowledgement is given to the National Science Foundation for providing funding for this project, DUE-9972280 and DUE-9980768
This website is in cooperation with the "Dolce" project (Developing Online Computer Ethics).
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Welcome to ComputingCases.org, a web site designed to help you teach ethical issues in computing.
On this web site, you will find:
Computingcases.org is divided into two primary components; case materials and general tools. The case material section contains all the historical cases, their supporting analyses and documents, and the classroom exercises. The general tools section contains all the remaining items from the list above, including essays about teaching guides to computing ethics curricula, and an index of the exercises.
The project to produce this site began in early 2000 with the generous support of the National Science Foundation. There are currently three complete cases on the site with more than 15 exercises associated with them. We plan to make more cases available in the future with the cooperation of Jones & Bartlett Publishers. Please e-mail computing cases with questions or comments.