LIS 2194 - Information Ethics

Description
Digital-age intersection of information and ethics with emphasis on key areas of intellectual property, privacy, confidentiality, authenticity, plagiarism, diversity/inclusion and special populations, accessibility, intellectual freedom, censorship, social networking, cyberbullying, security, preservation, transparency, accountability, policy making, and professionalism. Ethical theories and application of ethical decision-making models to real-world library and information center scenarios. Analysis of codes of ethics. Issues and resources related to creation, implementation, enforcement, and assessment of institutional ethical codes.
Credits
3
Attributes
Global Studies
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019
Offered
W, Th
Avg. Class Size
33
Avg. Sections
2