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PART1:Discussion:Computer Ethics in the Workplace
Reflect on the technology-minded “ten commandments” and the key elements of computer ethics you learned about in your module reading. Considering what you have learned and your own personal experiences, complete the following discussion activity.
Research an Internet source that addresses computer ethics in the workplace. Address the following:
- Summarize the main points of the source.
- Identify what aspect of computer ethics the source relates to and comment on why this topic is of significance.
- Share any experiences you may have had with these or related topics.
Provide the link to your Internet source in your post.
Refer to the Media Production Information page for assistance with your video and audio. Adhere to the following:
- The paper should not less than 650-750 words
- Post your initial reply and responses in the rich content editor.
- View your classmates’ replies and expand on the ideas of at least two of their posts.
- Feel free to challenge ideas if you disagree.
Tip: Before starting, take a few moments to review the Essay page (Links to an external site.) of the EAGLET Communication Lab (you must be logged into ERNIE to view this resource).
For this case study response, you need to analyze and study the subject presented below and compose an essay response answering the questions posed. Your writing should concentrate on the development of specific events, issues, or conditions of the subject and their relationships. For this activity, you are being asked to write a complete essay, not just an outline as was done in Module 3.
The topic addresses the disposal of our technology devices and gadgets.
Next, read the following:
- Guide to Greener Electronics 2017 (Greenpeace.org) (Links to an external site.)
- Samsung and Greenpeace: what you need to know about e-waste (The Guardian) (Links to an external site.)
part2: Case Study Questions :E-waste
Define the e-waste problem. What is happening and why is this an issue? What can manufacturers do to improve the situation (health, hazardous materials, recycling, refuse, etc.)?
Guidelines and notes (read this 2-3 times):
- Formatting and content:
- Save this to your computer and use it for your essay.
- The length of the response should be 4-5 paragraphs (about 400 words or up to 1.5 pages maximum). Do not write more than 1.5 pages of text.
- Use 1″ margins.
- Use Times New Roman, 12 pt font.
- Double line space.
- Indent the first line of each new paragraph by .5″.
- One space follows the closing punctuation of each sentence.
- Cite a minimum of two references in the body of the essay:
- When we refer to ideas or use quotes from the sources, it is necessary to cite the source. Basically, this involves providing the author last name and date at the end of the sentence. See Purdue Online Writing Lab for examples. (Links to an external site.)
- Not sure if you need to cite a source? Refer to this Plagiarism Prevention Flowchart (indstate.edu) diagram. (Links to an external site.)
- Longer quotes need to be avoided in this short 1.5-page paper. Use your words to make your points.
- Strongly recommended: Before turning in your essay, double-check your paper for originality and citation infringement. Your final draft will be screened for originality and plagiarism.
- Listing references:
- When you cite a reference, it must be listed on your references page, which is a new page added after the last page of the essay. Also, all listed references need to have at least one in-text citation in the body of the paper.
- Follow current APA formatting (Purdue Online Writing Lab). (Links to an external site.)
- Citation Machine (Links to an external site.) – is an online resource generator.
- Example reference from a website: