http://www.good.is/post/if-professors-stop-lecturing-will-students-stop-checking-facebook/ Addiction to cell phones: http://www.good.is/post/why-i-dumped-my-iphone-and-why-i-m-not-going-back/ Pet peeves abo ut mobile usage http://www.technobuffalo.com/technobuffalo/advice/what-tic ks-off-technobuffalo-our-mobile-device-pet-peeves/
Review the student handbook section on: GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN CLASSROOMS
FROM: Watch I.T. Risky Promises and promising risks for ICT in Education Quote from watch IT reading: “the instrumental view externalizes technologies, views them as fixed objects with a use and purpse. One decides whether to adopt them by considering their use and purpose, considering their cost, and weighing costs and benefits.” “ People do not simply use new tools to pursue old purposes more efficiently. New tools cause people to imagine new purposes that they had not considered before.” RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: “ The relational perspective explores how technologies reshape peoples perceptions of themsevles as agents, their relations to one another, their perceptions of time and speed, their expectations of pre-dictability and so forth, all dimensions of changing peoples ways of thinking about means and ends, purposes and efficacy.” Problems with instrumental view: Tools create new purposes and change their user they frequently have unexpected effects POINT: we never simply use the tools, the tools also use us. This is the relational view of technology..... RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN: Technology and our physical bodies... GOOD QUOTE: “Changes in technology are always accompanied by a host of other changes in social processes and patterns of activity and it may be these latter changes that have the greatest overall impact in changing society, not the technologies themselves.” CLASS QUESTION: CAN YOU GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE?
Transcript of "Class 12 digital ethics and netiquette"
Netiquette and Cyber Ethics Week Module Date Topic Assignments 12 Nov 28-Dec 2 Etiquette and Cyber Ethics Software Eval Wiki Page and Screencast DUE 13 Dec 5-9 Final Test Test #3: ICT and ECE, Web Design, Digital Ethics and Netiquette 14 Dec 12-16 Last Week of Classes E-Portfolios Due (35%)
What is the impact of digital technopoly on interpersonal communication? <ul><li>identity, & privacy, </li></ul><ul><li>ownership and authorship, </li></ul><ul><li>credibility, and participation </li></ul>Technopoly: “the submission of all forms of cultural life to the sovereignty of technique and technology.”
What are ethics? <ul><li>How do you define what ethics are? </li></ul><ul><li>Is there a difference between ethics and morality? If so, what is it? </li></ul><ul><li>When facing a situation involving and ethical problem what do you use to solve it? Come up with an example.... </li></ul>
Ethics vs. Morality Ethics Morality Characteristics Right and Wrong Universal/Objective “ Virtue Theory” Good or Bad Subjective Personalized Contexts Law Legislation Professional Codes of Conduct Religious Norms Cultural Values Personalized Opinions
Digital Ethics: Issues for Educators Cyberbullying Sexting Sexualization of Children Addiction to digital mediums Issues of Access and literacy
Netiquette: <ul><li>The application of ethical values to digital communication. </li></ul>Regard Respect Reciprocity Consideration ...
Personal ICT use and Netiquette ... <ul><li>Read the article and see if you can identify three values that have been identified by the authors as being important when considering netiquette... </li></ul><ul><ul><li>1 = Why I dumped my iPhone </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>2 = Mobile device pet peeves. </li></ul></ul>
Facebook Addiction Disorder ... <ul><li>Please take the Facebook Use Survey Posted on Slate and our course wiki page.... </li></ul>If you fit any 2 of these criteria, you may want to get checked for FAD. If you fit 3+ symptoms then it may be time for Rehab
Facebook: The debate ... <ul><li>Should educators ban the use of cell phones and Facebook in classrooms? </li></ul>http://www.good.is/post/if-professors-stop-lecturing-will-students-stop-checking-facebook/
Relational vs. Instrumental Risky Promises... Risky Promises... “ the instrumental view externalizes technologies, views them as fixed objects with a use and purpose. One decides whether to adopt them by considering their use and purpose, considering their cost, and weighing costs and benefits.” “ The relational perspective explores how technologies reshape peoples perceptions of themselves as agents, their relations to one another, their perceptions of time and speed, their expectations of predictability and so forth, all dimensions of changing peoples ways of thinking about means and ends, purposes and efficacy.” POINT: we never simply use the tools, the tools also use us.
Tech Tutorial <ul><li>Embedding Video into WordPress and Wiki Pages </li></ul>One member from each group ....
Next Class <ul><li>Test #3 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Google Document review is posted online and on the course wiki. </li></ul></ul>
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