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1 Game 1301 Course Syllabus Page 1 COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: GAME 1301 GAME 1301 Computer Ethics COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE (CATALOG) DESCRIPTION: Computer ethics and related ethical issues that apply to computers in the workplace, intellectual property, privacy, and anonymity, professional responsibility, and the effects of globalization. Emphasizes the practical application of computer ethics through case studies and current events in the game and simulation industry. MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS: This course consists of the following units: Unit A Course Orientation Unit B Networked Communication Unit C Workplace Changes Unit D Intellectual Property and Privacy Unit E Privacy Unit F Computer and Network Security Unit G Professional Ethics Unit H Computer Reliability In each unit the student will be given a lecture and then be expected to perform the assignments for each unit. READING MATERIAL FOR COURSE: All reading will come from the reference book for this course. Reference book information can be found under required text and materials. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Student Learning Outcomes for Computer Ethics At the end of this course the student will have demonstrated the ability to: a. Define ethics. b. Identify ethical issues that arise from the use of computers in the workplace. c. Explain intellectual property issues within computer information technology. d. Describe the ethical issues of privacy and anonymity via the Internet. e. Explain professional responsibility as it relates to computer ethics and discuss the impact of globalization on gaming and simulation design. f. Apply ethical theories to cases and scenarios. g. Write a reflection paper.

2 Game 1301 Course Syllabus Page 2 Student Learning Objectives for Critical Thinking in GAME 1301 At the end of this course the student will be able to: 1. Identify the essential question, issue and/or problem. 2. Gather data relevant to the essential question, issue and/or problem. 3. Communicate any or all parts of the above process in written or oral form. MAJOR COURSE LECTURE, TOPICS DESCRIPTION/REQUIRED/RECOMMENDED READINGS/ELECTRONIC RESOURCES TO VIEW Week Topic/Lecture/Event Required/Recommended Readings/Electronic Resources to View 1- A. Introduction to Moodle Course Orientation Moodle Orienation on Introduction to Ethics Program and Course Orientation on Chapter 2 2 Unit B Networked Communications Chapter 3 3 Unit C Work and Wealth Chapter 9 4 Unit D Intellectual Property and Privacy Chapter 4 5 Unit E Privacy Chapter 5 6 Unit F Computer and Network Security Chapter 6 7 Unit G Professional Ethics Chapter 8 8 Unit H Computer Reliability Chapter 7 9 Unit I Computer Crimes Video on Moodle Unit K Distance Education Video on Distance Education

3 Game 1301 Course Syllabus Page 3 Week Topic/Lecture/Event Required/Recommended Readings/Electronic Resources to View 10 Unit J Reflection Paper Presentation on Moodle Reflection paper assignment on Moodle 11 Interactive Review for Final Exam Cases for Review on Moodle Interactive Final Exam Review on Moodle 12 Final Exam On Moodle REQUIRED TEXT AND MATERIALS Quinn, Michael J., Ethics for the Information Age 4 th Edition, Boston, MA: Addison Wesley ISBN NO: All resources are found in MyCourses, TSTC Moodle Website You will need a Jump / Flash / Pen Drive for note taking and saving assignments. Computer & Software: Internet accessibility (high speed) Adobe Reader-Download for free at Access to TSTC Moodle ( If you have trouble logging on scroll down to Quick Start Guide for students. You can also call the TSTC Network Help Services at GRADING CRITERIA GRADING SCALE Unit Exams 20 % A Assignments 30 % B B Quizzes 10 % C C Chats/Forums 10% D Reflective Essay 20 % 0-59 F F Final Exam 10% CSSD DEPARTMENT PARTICIPATION POLICY: Student participation is defined in the current TSTC Harlingen Campus Catalog and Student Handbook; and is expanded to include: participation in discussions and chats; answering and completing Assignments, Activities, Tests and Quizzes. Additionally, students are expected to read all assigned materials. Your average will be provided by your instructor after each unit exam. Any other questions concerning your grade, average or progress in coursework will not be discussed during class; you must make an appointment to discuss your progress with your professor. ACCOMMODATION STATEMENT: If you have a documented disability which will make it difficult for you to carry out class work as outlined and/or if you need special accommodations

4 Game 1301 Course Syllabus Page 4 due to a disability, please contact (956) or visit the Support Services Office in the Auxiliary Services Building as soon as possible to make appropriate arrangements. CLASS POLICIES: CONDUCT: In addition to the Student Conduct and Discipline section of the Campus Catalog, the following will apply: o Cheating and/or copying will earn a grade of zero (0) for all parties involved. Cheating and/or copying are determined by the Instructor, usually with the concurrence of another Instructor. You may appeal your grade, by making an appointment with the Program Chair. DUE DATES: Due dates for assignments will be provided by the Professor, in class and posted on the Course website. Assignments will not be accepted after the due date, and a grade of zero (0) will result. TESTS/QUIZZES: Tests - Only students with an excused absence will be allowed to take makeup tests. Excused absences must be communicated to the professor, and will be at the discretion of the Professor. You must make an appointment to take a make-up test; failure to make-up a test will result in a grade of zero (0). All unit tests/exams are time and are comprised of short essay questions. There are No multiple choice or true false exams in this course. Quizzes - There are no advanced notices for quizzes and no make-ups. Quizzes are also timed as unit exams, and must completed before the designated time stop. OFFICE HOURS (Virtual): I will have virtual office hours using the Moodle Chat on the course website and will be announced once class starts. I will also be available from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. If you have questions do not hesitate to contact me. ESTABLISHING A SAFE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT: Learning takes place within a safe environment, and a safe environment is one that allows for individual and group differences and encourages engaged honest discussions where everyone feels comfortable to share and explore ideas. In the course of class discussions, it is quite possible that disagreements will arise. Disagreements are welcomed in the spirit of critical academic and technical exchange, however it is important to be respectful of others points of view, whether you agree with them or not. TSTC and the CSSD department will not tolerate derogatory comments based on race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality. Netiquette: The following are general rules of netiquette, some are excepted from Netiquette by Virginia Shea. You are expected to abide by these rules in this course. 1. Even though you are speaking to someone online-they are a human being. Think about how and what you are saying. Ask yourself whether you would speak to a person in this manner if you were face-to-face. 2. Pay attention to spelling and grammar. Others are reading your work: do not make it difficult for them by using poor spelling and grammar. In addition, there is no place for inappropriate language in this course.

5 Game 1301 Course Syllabus Page 5 3. Be willing to share your knowledge with others. When it comes to discussion boards post comments in a timely manner. Other course members may be waiting for you so they can post replies or finish an assignment do not make them wait until the deadline. This is not fair and also shows that you are not setting aside appropriate time for your coursework. CURRICULUM: Any changes to the Course Curriculum will be provided via Moodle or in writing to the student. The course Professor may have additional requirements, in addition to this syllabus, which will be discussed in class or posted on the Course website. These additional requirements, DO NOT cancel any information or regulations within this syllabus; rather, they provide additional detail and/or enhance this syllabus. COPYRIGHT STATEMENT: The materials used in the course (textbooks, handouts, media files (podcast, MP3, Videos, RSS Feeds), and all instructional resources on the colleges Learning Management System (Moodle) are intended for use only by students registered and enrolled in this course, and are only to be used for instructional use, activities associated with, and for the duration of the course. By "handouts," this means all materials generated for this course, which includes but are not limited to syllabi, quizzes, exams, lab problems, in-class materials, review sheets, and any additional materials. These materials may not be retained in another medium or disseminated further. They are provided in compliance with the provisions of the Teach Act. These materials may not be reproduced, displayed, modified or distributed without the express prior written permission of the copyright holder or TSTC. For further information contact your instructor. COMMUNICATION: (MyMail System for Students) The use of Your Mymail TSTC College student account will be the only way to receive official notices from the college. When communicating with instructors and/or employees of the college you are required to use your TSTC Mymail student address. If you choose to forward your to another account, please be advised that all communication from and within the college will use your Mymail student . I will respond to you within a 24 hour period. "TSTC Harlingen faculty, staff, and students are asked to report all threats, perceived or real, immediately to College Police located in the Auxiliary Building. If the threat is imminent, the College Police emergency phone line at or should be called. College Police will then coordinate the proper response in accordance with State and federal laws and TSTC System/College rules and regulations." NOTE Any changes to this syllabus will be provided in writing to the student and updated on all posted locations (TSTC official Course Schedule site, and Moodle Course site,).

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