In an era when information technology is continually changing, a sensible reaction involves a basic background of IT history, awareness of current challenges, and acquaintance with ethics. Ethics for the Information Age course provides a fair overview of ethical ideas that may be applied to difficulties faced by computer professionals in today’s world. This course is ideal for any computer science, business, or philosophy department professionals as well as particular modules in any advanced CS course. The course aims to present a considered approach that takes into account not only the short-term benefits of a piece of technology but also the potential long-term consequences. Such an approach necessitates a strong foundation in ethics and logic, knowledge of technological history, and familiarity with current and cutting-edge information technologies and issues.

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The Ethics for the Information Age course is full of interactive activities that keep the learner engaged. The course consists of lessons and learning resources with flashcards, quizzes, and glossary terms. It comes with TestPrep that is available both as a standalone product and also as part of the uCertify course where practice and lessons are deeply integrated. In addition to the TestPrep uCertify provides PrepEngine, a gamified version of TestPrep that has a deep foundation in learning science. uCertify brings all available learning resources for a topic in one place so that the learner can efficiently learn without going to multiple places. The course also offers hands-on labs that are a virtual environment created to let you experiment and apply your knowledge to real-life situations. uCertify courses are ADA (The Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant so that learners with special needs can access virtual environments and receive the same hands-on training as their able-bodied classmates.

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