LEARNING DATA ETHICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Wednesday 2nd December the Ethics4EU team will run a very special online event on Data Ethics. Four lecturers from two Computer Science Faculties in Ireland and France will introduce you to the ethical implications of data management and how to teach them in Computer Science faculties using a case study driven approach.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
If you’re working in Higher Education, either as a lecturer, professor, researcher, or PhD student, and have an interest in Digital Ethics, this event is for you! If you are thinking of introducing Digital Ethics lectures in your modules/courses, this event will give you insights on how to do it in a pragmatic, case study based way.
Behind the Code might also be of interest to students in Computer Science Faculties that feel Digital Ethics should be introduced in their courses or that wish to understand its importance.
(ALL TIMES DISPLAYED CET)
2.00 – 2.05: Welcome and registration
2.05 – 2.15: ETHICS4EU project introduction by DLEARN
2:15 – 2:30: Dympna O’ Sullivan [TU Dublin]
Existing Competencies in the Teaching of Ethics in Computer Science Faculties
– A European Survey
2.30 – 3.00: Damian Gordon, Brendan Tierney [TU Dublin]
Ethical implications of data management
3.00 – 3.30: Paul Gibson [Institut Mines-Télécom]
Developing an educational brick for digital ethics – A case study-driven approach
3.30 – 4.00: Q&A