Experiencia piloto para incorporar la ética informática de forma transversal en el Grado de Ingeniería Informática

  1. Alicia García Holgado 1
  2. Francisco José García Peñalvo 1
  3. Roberto Therón Sánchez 1
  4. Andrea Vázquez Ingelmo 1
  5. Adriana Gamazo García 1
  6. Carina Soledad González González 2
  7. Rosa María Gil Iranzo 3
  8. Ismar Frango Silveira 4
  9. Marc Alier Forment 5
  1. 1 Universidad de Salamanca
  2. 2 Universidad de La Laguna
  3. 3 Universitat de Lleida
  4. 4 Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
  5. 5 Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
Libro:
Innovaciones docentes en tiempos de pandemia. Actas del VI congreso internacional sobre aprendizaje, innovación y cooperación, CINAIC 2021
  1. María Luisa Sein-Echaluce Lacleta (coord.)
  2. Angel Fidalgo Blanco (coord.)
  3. Francisco José García Peñalvo (coord.)

Editorial: Servicio de Publicaciones

ISBN: 978-84-18321-17-7

Ano de publicación: 2021

Páxinas: 431-436

Tipo: Capítulo de libro

Resumo

A number of ethical implications related to the impact that such development may have on human and social values must be taken into account when undertaking any software development. In this sense, according to the ACM/IEEE-CS Computer Science Curriculum 2013, graduates must be able to recognise the social, legal, ethical and cultural issues inherent to the discipline of computer science. This work describes a teaching innovation experience whose objective is to incorporate the ethical aspects related to software development in the Degree in Computer Engineering through a SPOC (Small Private Open Course). For this purpose, a set of online talks have been carried out around the SPOC's topics, in order to create a set of video pills at the end of the course.