The Research Center on Computing & Society is dedicated to the advancement of computer ethics as an academic discipline and
to the ethical use of computer technology. Major activities of the Research Center
include the following:
TEACHING -- create and teach computer ethics courses at the university level; conduct
computer ethics teaching workshops for faculty members of colleges and universities.
NETWORKING -- promote cooperation among scholars and public policy makers on computer
ethics topics; serve as a central source of information about relevant people, resources,
RESEARCH -- promote research through conference sponsorship, fellowships, grants,
internships, commissioned publications, library creation, etc.
PUBLICATIONS - create and disseminate books, articles, monographs, proceedings, video
programs, model curriculum materials, and other results of research in computer ethics.
WEB SITE - create and maintain one of the finest computer ethics Web sites in cyberspace
with teaching materials, articles and papers, multimedia materials, and links to other
computer ethics resources. Visit the site