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Internet ethics of students
Transcript of Internet ethics of students
Situations a student will end up in determines what action will be taken because of the learned ethics. The Internet The Internet, a useful tool, but is unable
to think for itself or control the content
available. The outcome For students this new medium does not effect the use of the ethics they have. The anonymity of the internet gives those that might otherwise not exercise negative ethical behavior the ability to do so with limited or with no repercussions. Ethics On The Internet Student use of the internet A case study by Christensen, A. L., Cote, J.,
and Latham, C. K. (2010) over a period of 16
weeks explored the likelyhood of 28 students to access information they were not ment to. Three students did not access the information in all but weeks 14-16. The anonymity of the Internet gives people
the opportunity that face to face time may
not provide to act out certain behaviors. Should there be a code of ethics amongst
internet authors? Legal Issues that arise from information on the Internet. FREEDOM OF
Freedom to post or upload anything
Access to unlimited and useful information
Marketing Federal laws
Infringement laws Christensen, A. L., Cote, J., & Latham, C. K. (2010, January). Unauthorized electronic access: Students’ ethics, attitudes, and actions. Advances in Accounting Education, 11(), 247-262
DeLorme, Denise M., Zinkhan, George M., & French, Warren. (2001, October). Ethics and Internet: Issues Associated with Qualitive Research. Journal of Business Ethics, 33(4), 271-276
Logue, R. (2004, September). Plagiarism: the Internet Makes it Easy. Nursing Standard, 18(51), 40-3
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP. (2012). Media Room. Retrieved from Legal and Ethical Issues in Obtaining and Sharing Information: http://www.mmmlaw.com/media-room/publications/articles/legal-and-ethical-issues-in-obtaining-and-sharing-information1
Sahin, Mustafa., Aydin, Betul., & Sari, Serkan Volkan. (2012). CYBER BULLYING, CYBER VICTIMIZATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS: A STUDY IN ADOLESCENTS. Cukurova University Faculty of Education Journal, 41(1), 53-5 References Video
youtube.com/watch?v=YUGwM4vgiWY - Any content is not consider "FREE" it's still owned by its creator.
- Permission must be asked before reproducing the content. Cons
Freedom to post or upload anything
Corrosion of young minds
Violent or pornographic videos
Ethics? Examining Ethical Issues How is the information obtained?
From a public source or third party
Data storage locations
Cloud Locations Presented by:
Douglas Lowance, Erica Gutierrez, James Guerrero, David Garcia
HUM/186 1. Encourage development of a sense of integrity in students.
2. Revisit exclusive reliance on test scores, with a serious look at class participation in the evaluation
of a student.
3. Establish and carefully monitor cheating policies, including honor codes, and encourage students to abide by those policies.
4. Remove opportunities to cheat. Monitor test-taking and the authorship
of homework. Pics
Got ethics? - http://ankitrawat.com/using-social-media-for-corporate-ethics Pros If you knew someone bought a term paper, would
you turn them in? Common Legal Issues Arise From the Use of Internet Content. Internet Super-Highway Advent of electronic communication e-mail
Exploration Issues that Arise Copyright Laws
Patent Laws The 1st amendment guarantees the right to free speech, but there are instances that can provoke lawsuits and crimes. Punishment Punishments are a powerful remedy,but determining whether it violates legal or ethical standards is complicated. Occasionally inconsistent federal, state, and common law cause constraint. Free Speech and the Internet Protection yourself Lets Explore! What colleges ca do to help
encourage academic integrity How do you what is legal? Law may permit fair use It is your responsibility to be aware of the legality of your actions, when it comes to what information is taken from the Internet. Fair Use applies to: Purposes of teaching