Marsha Cook Woodbury, Ph.D.
Advisor for the Computer
Fear Film Festival (CF3), for Alpha Omega Epsilon, a social and
professional engineering sorority, and for the UIUC
programming team that competed in the 27th Annual
World Finals, and the UIUC team that will compete in Prague in 2004.
Former Chair, CPSR, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, Faculty member of the International Women's University (ifu)
- CS 105 - Introduction to Computing with Application to Business and Commerce
- CS 210 - Ethics and Professionalism in Computing
- CS 199mw - Intellectual Property Issues in Computer Science
Some Recent Publications
- A Difficult Decade: Continuing Freedom of Information Challenges for the United States and its Universities -- An article that updates the earlier one, Freedom of Information Laws Affect the Autonomy of American Universities. Both are in the E Law - Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law. The latest appears in Vol. 10, N. 3, the December 2003 issue.
- What, Me Worry? The Empowerment of Employees, a chapter in The Social, Ethical & Policy Implications of Information Systems, 2004, edited by Brennan and Johnson, Information Science Publishing.
- Jewish Images in the Media, a chapter in Images That Injure, 2nd Edition, 2003, edited by Lester and Ross, Praeger Publishers.
- Computer and Information Ethics, 2002, by Marsha Woodbury, a text book; Stipes Publishing Company, ISBN 158874-155-9
- Women in Computing, a chapter in Feminist Challenges in the Information Age, 2002, by Lloyd, et. al. published by Leske + Budrich, Opladen, ISBN 3-8100-3255-7.
- Web Ethics in Multimedia, on the CD Renaissance in Social Science Computing, 2002, edited by Burton, Finnegan, and Herr, NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- On Ethics and Identity, a chapter in Libraries, Museums, and Archives: Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges in the New Information Era, 2002, edited by Linpinski, Scarecrow Press, Maryland.
- Hot Topics in Computer Ethics (video) and (PowerPt slides) from The Center for Women and Information Technology at UMBC on April 11, 2003.
- Net Gains in Teaching, PowerPoint presentation for Quincy University, April, 2002
- The PowerPoint Presentation: Computer Ethics After Sept. 11, 2001 (see also the Web Version )
- Web Ethics -- ifu 2000 PowerPoint presentation
- The Bout of the Century? Information Ethics vs. E-Commerce Keynote and Paper for the The Institute for Legal and Ethical Issues in the New Information Era: Challenges for Libraries, Museums, and Archives Conference
- Computers, Security and Ethics Taught on Two Campuses at the Same Time (Almost) for the ITiCSE '99 -- Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Krakow, Poland, 1999.
- Privacy and Technology
- May98--Defining Web Ethics (see also the PowerPoint version)
- Email, Voicemail, and Privacy: What Policy is Ethical?
- The Net and National Identity: Freedom and Cooperation, or Fragmentation and Chaos?
- Don't Let 'Em Loose Without a License: Teaching Ethical Use of Computers Via the Web
- Ph.D. UIUC in Computer-Aided Instruction at the College of Education, 1995
- M.S. UIUC in Journalism, 1991. I wrote a weekly column for the DI (Daily Illini).
- Secondary Teaching Credential San Francisco State University, 1969
- A.B. cum laude, Stanford University, Communications (minor in History), 1968. I worked on the infamous Stanford Daily.
Courses Previously Taught:
- C&I 302T - Teaching Diverse Middle Grade Students Spring, 1999
- C&I 335 (CS 317) - Computer Assisted Instruction Fall, 1998
- CS 397, Computers, Security, and Ethics Fall 1997
- LIS 390, Information, Libraries and Society Summer 1996
- LIS199, Introduction to Information Technology Fall 1996
I have worked:
- as Visiting Assistant Professor and Computer Assisted Instruction Specialist at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- as Associate Director of Education for the Sloan Center for Asynchronous Learning Environments
- on the The Discovery System Network Tutorial team. Learn more about our work
- on the first on-line presence for the Council on Teacher Education, including the listing of UIUC Course Requirements for Certification of Illinois Teachers
- on the CPSR site, previously in charge of the website, now only: CPSR-GLOBAL web resources. CPSR-GLOBAL is a moderated listserv that I started. It is fed to USENET: comp.org.cpsr.talk
- WOC-INFO, the listserv about events and policies for women at UIUC (Owner and Editor).
- Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR)
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- American Library Association (ALA)
- American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
- Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE)
- Investigative Reporting Groups (NICAR/IRE)
- National Freedom of Information Coalition (NFOIC)
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