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In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days).
In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class _on paper_. If you turn in your response by _noon_ on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.
This reflection must include three parts:
1. _**Summary**_ (100-200 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer or argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually _did the reading_.
2. _**Ethical Reflection**_ (150-250 words): Identify one ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma. Refer to course materials, your own experiences and prior knowledge, and/or the ACM code to justify your proposed action.
3. _**Questions**_: Pose 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class. <!-- TODO: Class meeting 1: decide if digital or on paper. Turn in + in-class writing. -->
1. _**Summary**_ (100-300 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer and the main pieces of evidence they use to back up their argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually _did the reading_.
2. _**Ethical Reflection**_ (200-400 words): Identify _one_ ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma. Refer to course materials, your own experiences and prior knowledge, and/or the ACM code to justify your proposed action.
3. _**Questions**_: Pose 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class.
Each class period (except presentation days) will begin with a 15 minute period of reflective writing. During this time, you will exchange reading reflections with someone else and write a brief response either to their ethical reflection or to one of their questions. This brief period of reflective writing is designed to help you settle in, focus, and prepare for discussion. You may refer to the assigned reading and/or any notes you have while writing; it is not a quiz. _If you are late to class, you will miss the opportunity to complete this exercise._
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- Read before class: n/a
- In Class:
- Technologies that have had an impact
- Syllabus
- Start of term Self-Assessment
- Start of term [Self-Assessment](https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3KINvIzR1xItlxr)
- What is an Ethical Question?
- ACM Code
- Homework:
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Privacy, Speech, Data
- Choose one area, and read/watch everything in that list:
- **Choose one area**, and read/watch everything in that sublist:
- Privacy (Read both):
- Warren, Samuel D., and Louis D. Brandeis. 1890. “The Right to Privacy.” _Harvard Law Review_, vol. 4, no. 5. pp. 193–220. <http://jstor.org/stable/1321160> or <http://groups.csail.mit.edu/mac/classes/6.805/articles/privacy/Privacy_brand_warr2.html>
- Rejouis, Gabrielle M. 2019. “Why Is It OK for Employers to Constantly Surveil Workers?” _Slate Magazine_, September 2, 2019. <https://slate.com/technology/2019/09/labor-day-worker-surveillance-privacy-rights.html>
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**Due: Annotated Bibliography, 11:59p**
- Read before class (choose any 2):
- Read before class (choose _any 2_):
- "Will Frank. 2015. “IP-Rimer: A Basic Explanation of Intellectual Property.” Medium (Personal Blog), November 2015. <http://medium.com/@scifantasy/ip-rimer-a-basic-explanation-of-intellectual-property-9be6f0ce6711>
- Review: <https://opensource.org/faq>
- Cherry, Miriam A. 2014. “A Eulogy for the EULA.” Duquesne University Law Review 52 (2): 335–44. Official version: <https://issuu.com/duquesnelaw/docs/52.2?e=15059800/58167323> Also available at: <https://scholarship.law.slu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1012&context=faculty>
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Work & Automation
- Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that list as directed):
- Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that sublist as directed):
- **Area Choice 1: Automation** (Choose _one_. They're the same. Book chapter version or podcast/presentation version.):
- The reading option: Eubanks, Virginia. 2018. “Automating Eligibility in the Heartland,” chapter 2 from Automating Inequality [PDF](https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MfmLlVFaBg80OkXnW1wnudnGgtPNpKOe)
- The video option: Eubanks, Virginia. 2018. _Automating Inequality_, Databite No. 106: Virginia Eubanks, Alondria Nelson, Julia Angwin. <https://datasociety.net/events/databite-no-106-automating-inequality-virginia-eubanks-in-conversation-with-alondra-nelson-and-julia-angwin/>
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<pubDate>Fri, 01 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000</pubDate>
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<description>Week Topic Milestones 1 Introduction / ACM Code 2 Why Ethics? RR1 In-class: Intros + Pitches Friday: Team Memo 3 No class. Team Meetings 4 Privacy, Speech, Data RR2 5 Intellectual Property &amp;amp; Licensing RR3 Due: Bibliography 6 Presentation I Due: 4pm, Slide Deck 7 Work &amp;amp; Automation RR4 8 Security &amp;amp; Reliability RR5 Due: Case Analysis 9 Taking Action RR6 10 Presentation II Due: 4pm, Slide Deck Finals Thursday, 5:30p Presentation II + Closing _Due: Final Proposal, Wednesday_ Week 1 Read before class: n/a In Class: Syllabus Start of term Self-Assessment What is an Ethical Question?</description>
<description>Week Topic Milestones 1 Introduction / ACM Code 2 Why Ethics? RR1 In-class: Intros + Pitches Friday: Team Memo 3 No class. Team Meetings 4 Privacy, Speech, Data RR2 5 Intellectual Property &amp;amp; Licensing RR3 Due: Bibliography 6 Presentation I Due: 4pm, Slide Deck 7 Work &amp;amp; Automation RR4 8 Security &amp;amp; Reliability RR5 Due: Case Analysis 9 Taking Action RR6 10 Presentation II Due: 4pm, Slide Deck Finals Thursday, 5:30p Presentation II + Closing _Due: Final Proposal, Wednesday_ Week 1 Read before class: n/a In Class: Technologies that have had an impact Syllabus Start of term Self-Assessment What is an Ethical Question?</description>
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<pubDate>Fri, 01 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000</pubDate>
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<description>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days).
This reflection must include three parts:
Summary (100-200 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author&#39;s answer or argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually did the reading. Ethical Reflection (150-250 words): Identify one ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma.</description>
<description>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class on paper. If you turn in your response by noon on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.</description>
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<h2>Reading Reflections</h2>
<p>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days).</p>
<p>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class <em>on paper</em>. If you turn in your response by <em>noon</em> on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.</p>
<p>This reflection must include three parts:</p>
<ol>
<li><em><strong>Summary</strong></em> (100-200 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer or argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually <em>did the reading</em>.</li>
<li><em><strong>Ethical Reflection</strong></em> (150-250 words): Identify one ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma. Refer to course materials, your own experiences and prior knowledge, and/or the ACM code to justify your proposed action.</li>
<li><em><strong>Questions</strong></em>: Pose 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class. <!-- TODO: Class meeting 1: decide if digital or on paper. Turn in + in-class writing. --></li>
<li><em><strong>Summary</strong></em> (100-300 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer and the main pieces of evidence they use to back up their argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually <em>did the reading</em>.</li>
<li><em><strong>Ethical Reflection</strong></em> (200-400 words): Identify <em>one</em> ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma. Refer to course materials, your own experiences and prior knowledge, and/or the ACM code to justify your proposed action.</li>
<li><em><strong>Questions</strong></em>: Pose 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class.</li>
</ol>
<p>Each class period (except presentation days) will begin with a 15 minute period of reflective writing. During this time, you will exchange reading reflections with someone else and write a brief response either to their ethical reflection or to one of their questions. This brief period of reflective writing is designed to help you settle in, focus, and prepare for discussion. You may refer to the assigned reading and/or any notes you have while writing; it is not a quiz. <em>If you are late to class, you will miss the opportunity to complete this exercise.</em></p>
<p>The combined prepared reading reflection + in-class writing response will be graded together on a simple ✔+ / ✔ / ✔- scale:</p>
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<li>Read before class: n/a</li>
<li>In Class:
<ul>
<li>Technologies that have had an impact</li>
<li>Syllabus</li>
<li>Start of term Self-Assessment</li>
<li>Start of term <a href="https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3KINvIzR1xItlxr">Self-Assessment</a></li>
<li>What is an Ethical Question?</li>
<li>ACM Code</li>
</ul>
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<h3 id="week-4">Week 4</h3>
<p>Privacy, Speech, Data</p>
<ul>
<li>Choose one area, and read/watch everything in that list:
<li><strong>Choose one area</strong>, and read/watch everything in that sublist:
<ul>
<li>Privacy (Read both):
<ul>
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<p><strong>Due: Annotated Bibliography, 11:59p</strong></p>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Read before class (choose any 2):</p>
<p>Read before class (choose <em>any 2</em>):</p>
<ul>
<li>&ldquo;Will Frank. 2015. “IP-Rimer: A Basic Explanation of Intellectual Property.” Medium (Personal Blog), November 2015. <a href="http://medium.com/@scifantasy/ip-rimer-a-basic-explanation-of-intellectual-property-9be6f0ce6711">http://medium.com/@scifantasy/ip-rimer-a-basic-explanation-of-intellectual-property-9be6f0ce6711</a></li>
<li>Review: <a href="https://opensource.org/faq">https://opensource.org/faq</a></li>
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<h3 id="week-7">Week 7</h3>
<p>Work &amp; Automation</p>
<ul>
<li>Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that list as directed):
<li>Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that sublist as directed):
<ul>
<li><strong>Area Choice 1: Automation</strong> (Choose <em>one</em>. They're the same. Book chapter version or podcast/presentation version.):
<ul>
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<pubDate>Fri, 01 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000</pubDate>
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<description>Week Topic Milestones 1 Introduction / ACM Code 2 Why Ethics? RR1 In-class: Intros + Pitches Friday: Team Memo 3 No class. Team Meetings 4 Privacy, Speech, Data RR2 5 Intellectual Property &amp;amp; Licensing RR3 Due: Bibliography 6 Presentation I Due: 4pm, Slide Deck 7 Work &amp;amp; Automation RR4 8 Security &amp;amp; Reliability RR5 Due: Case Analysis 9 Taking Action RR6 10 Presentation II Due: 4pm, Slide Deck Finals Thursday, 5:30p Presentation II + Closing _Due: Final Proposal, Wednesday_ Week 1 Read before class: n/a In Class: Syllabus Start of term Self-Assessment What is an Ethical Question?</description>
<description>Week Topic Milestones 1 Introduction / ACM Code 2 Why Ethics? RR1 In-class: Intros + Pitches Friday: Team Memo 3 No class. Team Meetings 4 Privacy, Speech, Data RR2 5 Intellectual Property &amp;amp; Licensing RR3 Due: Bibliography 6 Presentation I Due: 4pm, Slide Deck 7 Work &amp;amp; Automation RR4 8 Security &amp;amp; Reliability RR5 Due: Case Analysis 9 Taking Action RR6 10 Presentation II Due: 4pm, Slide Deck Finals Thursday, 5:30p Presentation II + Closing _Due: Final Proposal, Wednesday_ Week 1 Read before class: n/a In Class: Technologies that have had an impact Syllabus Start of term Self-Assessment What is an Ethical Question?</description>
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<pubDate>Fri, 01 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000</pubDate>
<guid>https://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~harmon8/classes/cs305/readings/</guid>
<description>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days).
This reflection must include three parts:
Summary (100-200 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author&#39;s answer or argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually did the reading. Ethical Reflection (150-250 words): Identify one ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma.</description>
<description>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class on paper. If you turn in your response by noon on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.</description>
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