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Illinois Tech Library Guides

Computer & Information Ethics: Home

A guide exploring ethical issues in computer and information sciences, including issues such as access, privacy, security, free speech and censorship.

Computer & Information Ethics Centers & Programs

Cases Available Online

Anthologies and Introductory Books on Computer Ethics

Journals Focusing on Engineering Ethics

 

To find out if the library has access to a journal either electronically or in print, type all or part of the journal title in the box below.  To search for journals by subject area, click the By Subject tab.


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Intro to the topic?

A good introduction to computer and information ethics from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Librarian

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Kelly Laas
Contact:
Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions
10 W. 35th Street
14th Floor
312-567-6913
Website
Subjects:Ethics

Recommended Databases

The following is a list of research databases relevant to information systems. Use these resources to search for journal articles, e-books, conference proceedings, technical papers, and more. See the Databases page for a full list of research databases.