Informatics and the Digital Society (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
330
Utgivningsdatum
2013-03-28
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
Förlag
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Medarbetare
Munro, Robert K. (ed.), Weert, Tom J. (ed.)
Illustrationer
XXII, 330 p.
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 18 mm
Vikt
486 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9781475754674
Informatics and the Digital Society (häftad)

Informatics and the Digital Society

Social, Ethical and Cognitive Issues

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SECIII-Social, Ethical and Cognitive Issues of Informatics and ICT Welcome to the post-conference book of SECIII, the IFIP Open Conference on Social, Ethical and Cognitive Issues of Informatics and ICT (Information and Communication Technology) which took place from July 22-26, 2002 at the University of Dortmund, Germany, in co-operation with the German computer society (Gesellschaft flir Informatik). Unlike most international conferences, those organised within the IFIP education community are active events. This wasn't a dry academic conference - teachers, lecturers and curriculum experts, policy makers, researchers and manufacturers mingled and worked together to explore, reflect and discuss social, ethical and cognitive issues. The added value lies in what they, the participants, took away in new ideas for future research and practice, and in the new networks that were formed, both virtual and real. In addition to Keynote Addresses and Paper Presentations from international authors, there were Provocative Paper sessions, Case Studies, Focussed Debates and Creative Exchange sessions as well as professional Working Groups who debated particular themes. The Focussed Debate sessions helped to stimulate the sense of engagement among conference participants. A Market Place with follow-up Working Groups was a positive highlight and galvanised participants to produce interesting reports. These were presented to the conference on its last day. Cross-fertilisation between the papers generated some surprising and useful cross-referencing and a plethora of social, ethical and cognitive issues emerged in the discussions that followed the paper presentations.
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Acknowledgements. Preface. Key Issues in IFIP-SIG9.2.2 Approaches to Ethics of Computing; J. Berleur. Informatics - The Science of Minimal Systems with Maximal Complexity; A. Schwill. ICT in Education: Aspirations and Tensions; D. Wood. e-Learning Technology: Convergence with the Mainstream; C. Harrison. Knowledge Management in Education; J. Andersen. Learning and Teaching in Socio-technical Environments; T. Herrmann. Working Group Reports: Intelligent Agents in an e-Literate Society: Some Ethical Considerations; C. Dowling. Critical Thinking and an Ethical Approach to Studying History - The Case for ICT; A. Kassam. A Look at the Impact of ICT on the Informational Power Relationship Between Corporations and Consumers; C. Lueg. Exploration of Object-Oriented Models in Informatics Education; T. Brinda, S.E. Schubert. Learning Software Engineering with EASE; D. Draheim. Object Models of IT-Systems Supporting Cognitive Structures in Novice Courses of Informatics; P. Hubwieser. Let's Teach Informatics - Empowering Pupils, Students and Teachers; L. Humbert. Key Decisions in Adopting Algorithm Animation for Teaching; G. Roessling. Design Pattern - A Topic of the New Mandatory Subject Informatics; M. Schneider. Learning to Solve ICT/Informatics-Based Problems; M. Webb. Development of Multimedia Animations - A Contribution of Informatics Teaching to Media Studies; M. Weigend. ICT: An Aid to Inclusion? Reflections on the Potential of ICT for the Changing Role of the Special School; C. Abbott, J. Galloway. Various Modelling Aspects of Tutoring Systems for People with Auditory Disabilities; N. Baloian, W. Luther. Regional Learning Networks - Building Bridges Between Schools, University and Community; A. Breiter. Online KnowledgeCommunities: Meeting Places for Continuing Professional Development; S. de Vries. Distribution of Internet Community Knowledge Based on Traditional Communication Media; J.F. Hampe, S. Schoenert, C. Dietze, Nhiem Lu. Taking the Best from Real Teaching Environments; I. Bueno de Camargo Cortelazzo. A Role-Based Adaptive CSCL Environment for Intensive Hands-on Teaching and Learning under Rigid Time Constraints; H.F. Wedde, F.T. Breuer, M. Farooq. KOLUMBUS: Context-Oriented Communication Support in a Collaborative Learning Environment; T. Herrmann, A. Kienle. Teaching Social Informatics as a Knowledge Project; I. Jackewitz, M. Janneck, D. Krause, B. Pape, M. Strauss. Using a Lecturer's Personal Web Site to Enhance the Social Interchange among Students in an Academic Course; D. Passig. Potential Problems of Computer-Mediated School Education; G. Russell. Modern Curriculum Development for Informatics (Computing Science); T.J. van Weert, F. Mulder. Innovative Pedagogical Practices Using ICT - Results of the German SITES-M2; R. Dalmer, T. Petzel, R. Schulz-Zander. e-learning@alma-mater.de - Net-Based Distance Education in the Traditional University; P.-Th. Kandzia. Teacher Training - The Interplay of IT and Society; C. Goerlich, L. Humbert. Author Index. Keyword Index.