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Rife, Martine Courant – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2010
This article explores some of the legal and law-related challenges educators face in designing, implementing, and sustaining globally networked learning environments (GNLEs) in the context of conflicting international laws on intellectual property and censorship/free speech. By discussing cases and areas involving such legal issues, the article…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Legal Problems, Plagiarism, Copyrights
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Peslak, Alan R. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2010
One of the most important topics for today's information technology professional is the study of legal and regulatory issues as they relate to privacy and security of personal and business data and identification. This manuscript describes the topics and approach taken by the instructors that focuses on independent research of source documents and…
Descriptors: Privacy, Information Security, Computer Security, Electronic Publishing
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La Roche, Claire Reeves; Flanigan, Mary A.; La Roche, St. Clair Reeves – Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 2009
Facebook is one of the fastest growing applications of the Internet. Social networking via Facebook provides a popular way for students and others to connect with a wide audience and expand their circle of friends. Facebook account holders have been denied admission to universities, not hired for jobs, lost scholarships, been disciplined by…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Internet, Web Sites, Social Networks
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Jackson, Brian; Wallin, Jon – College Composition and Communication, 2009
Web 2.0 applications such as YouTube have made it likely that students participate in online back-and-forth exchanges that influence their rhetorical literacy. Because of the back-and-forth nature of online communities, we turn to the procedural, critical, and progressive qualities of dialectic as a means of accounting for what makes public…
Descriptors: Internet, Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Computer Mediated Communication