Ethics on the Campus
A special look at computer-related ethics issues on the university and college campus, with a view to suggesting that the workplace and the Internet are not the only places that are impacted by concern for appropriate conduct.
- "Shaping the Learning Curve Through a Code",
By Jay Mathews,
Washington Post Staff Writer,
Tuesday, April 16, 2002; 6:31 AM
- Classroom Etiquette - suggested
- "University warns against e-mail
sales Tech tackles student scalpers", by ISAK HOWELL, THE ROANOKE TIMES,
Saturday, December 11, 1999:
In the future, the school may consider a contract requiring lottery winners
to keep tickets in the university's community.
- Security on Campus - Concerns for
unreported crimes on university campuses, last accessed 00/03/22.
- Sunday, September 13, 1998
"It's easy to do, and it's easy to detect. And students haven't figured out
the latter,' professor says Cheating's
as easy as clicking a mouse. The number of accusations of cheating at
Virginia Tech have risen from 80 three years ago to 280 last year.
By IAN ZACK THE ROANOKE TIMES
Last updated 2002/04/17
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