Access to Technology
How to include responsible computing material into a computing course that talks about access to technology.
Accreditation and Ethics
Matthew Hertz, Atri Rudra
How can teaching ethics and responsibility in computing curricula help with accreditation?
Broadening Participation and Responsible Computing
Augustin Chaintreau, Udayan Das, Sorelle Friedler
How does broadening participation in the student body affect responsible computing?
Choosing Computing Courses
How to choose which computing courses to target for integration.
Conversations about Responsible Computing and Employment Choices
Margo Boenig-Liptsin, Cathryn Carson
How to help students think about navigating employment with responsible computing, especially when the two could be at odds.
How to have difficult conversations on sensitive topics when covering responsible computing in computing courses.
Discussing Justice and Equity
Margo Boenig-Liptsin, Vance Ricks
Lessons on discussing justice and equity in computing classes and beyond.
Effective Talking Points Across Audiences
What are some common talking points, how to anticipate them, address them and use them to engage both faculty and students.
Hiring, Promotion, and Tenure
Discusses teaching responsible computing in the context of hiring, promotion and tenure of full-time faculty on both teaching-intensive and research-intensive tracks.
Learning Outcomes and Assessments
How to design student learning outcomes and assess students’ understanding of responsible computing.
Making Lessons Stick
Helena Mentis, Vance Ricks
How to incorporate responsible computing thinking throughout the students’ entire learning experience at the institutions.
How to handle student and faculty resistance to incorporating responsible computing in the curricula.
Oliver Bonham-Carter, Antonio Delgado, George Gabb, Joshua Young
Combining community service with experiential learning through responsible computing in courses.
Structured Ways of Thinking about Computing and Society
Incorporating structured ways from humanistic studies to help students understand computing and society.
Student Team Dynamics
Margo Boenig-Liptsin, Xin Liu
How to create high functioning students teams for class projects and creating course material for responsible computing.
Talking About Unanticipated Consequences
How talking about unanticipated consequences can enrich discussions on responsible computing.
Working Across Disciplines
Maggie Little, Alicia Patterson, Vance Ricks
How to bring perspectives, concepts, and tools from different disciplines into conversation with responsible computing efforts.
Working Across Institutions
Stacy Doore, Sorelle Friedler
Benefits and challenges of working across institutions to incorporate responsible thinking in computing courses.