Drexel University, like all the others, has gone completely online for the rest of the academic year. Even though that’s the case I’m excited that we’ll be able to meet face to face via ZOOM for some of our scheduled sessions. I’m teaching the following:
CJS 273 – Surveillance, Technology, and Law
CJS 380 – Crime Prediction Ethics
I’m excited to report that I will be teaching at Drexel this winter quarter. I’ll be offering two sections of INFO 679 – Information Ethics and one online section of INFO 680 – Government Information. Please contact me if you have any questions about the classes!
Drexel article about our Ethics of Algorithms project. Thanks Kelly!
Best wishes for the coming year!
you know it is what I think is the most important thing about my job. But kids, it is not tenure worthy. this post either won’t be read or brushed off as bitterness.
Here is an excellent resource that lists questionable scholarly publications and conferences. Check it out when in doubt.
Scholarly Open Access
I’m attending this workshop that my colleague Kelly Joyce is co-hosting. Kelly is the PI on my NSF grant so this workshop is an excellent opportunity to talk about our work!
The workshop, set for Sept. 29-30, will focus on how collaboration can help meet big data challenges in complex environments.
Source: Virginia Tech and Drexel University partner for workshop on ethics in big data analytics