Teaching Responsible Computing Playbook Collaboration Form
Contributions and feedback are welcomed and appreciated. All new collaborators and authors will be attributed in the playbook.
At this time, there is no deadline for collaboration, and entries will be accepted on a rolling basis. We do encourage submission before July 29th, 2021, the date of the Teaching Responsible Computing Summit (details soon. Sign up for the Global Community of Practice below to learn more).
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Which sections would you like to contribute examples and feedback?
Access to Technology
Accessibility for Student Learning
Accreditation and Ethics
Broadening Participation and Responsible Computing
Choosing Computing Courses
Discussing Justice and Equity
Effective Talking Points for Different Audiences
Hiring, Promotion, and Tenure in Academia and Teaching Responsible Computing
Making Lessons Stick
Engaging with Industry
Learning Outcomes and Assessments
Managing the Teaching Team
Structured Ways of Thinking about Computing and Society
Student team dynamics
Conversations about Responsible Computing and Employment Choices
Talking About Unanticipated Consequences
Working Across Disciplines
Working Across Institutions
What kind of examples would you like to add, and what other feedback to you have on the Playbook?
Example of one section:
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Please share any feedback on any of the sections. Please be as specific as possible.
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