Coverage and topics will be given on the course web page well before the time of the exam. They will not be given early, and can be made up only if documented evidence of medical emergency or death in the family is presented before the time of the exam.On most Wednesdays the class will engage in in-class writing assignments. Barger will assign dates and topics to students who have not made a choice of a date and topic by April 5. Barger as follows, the first by am, Mon, Mar 17, the second by am, Mon, Mar 31, and the third by am, Mon, Apr Coverage and topics will be given on the course web page well before the time of the exam. Topics studied in the course appear in the outline below. The midterm exams and the final exam will also be given in the small lecture setting. Instructor: Robert N. Barger in evaluating these analyses are: correctness of analysis, completeness, quality of argument in answering the worksheet questions, and quality of the grammatical and stylistic composition of the analysis. Methodologies used in the course include lectures by the instructor, lectures by visiting lecturers, in-class discussions, in-class writing assignments, individual class presentations, individual case analyses, and examinations. Barger by p. Tues, Jan Course Content and Objectives After completing CS core and elective courses, UMD students have a solid technological foundation on which to complete their degrees and build successful careers. Exams must be taken on the hour they are scheduled.
Criteria which will be used by Dr. You can view the list of approved topics here: presentation-topicsor request approval for a topic not on the list.
Barger as follows, the first by am, Mon, Mar 17, the second by am, Mon, Mar 31, and the third by am, Mon, Apr Barger, Ph. Exams must be taken on the hour they are scheduled.
This course is intended to give students a chance to reflect on the humanitarian, social, and professional impact of computer technology by focusing on ethical issues faced by and brought about by computing professionals, including those related to networking and the internet, intellectual property, privacy, security, reliability, and liability.