The most pedagogically sound method of teaching ethics in computing has long been debated among educationalists. No single method has been identified as the best method despite extensive debate or various pedagogical approaches. It is argued that ethics in computing should be taught as a complete unit of study and yet by others, that ethics should be dispersed across all units of study within a course. The issues discussed in this paper relate to the connections between legal and ethical perceptions of students who are studying computing. The paper also presents an alternate method of increasing computing students' ethical awareness.
Woodcock, Leone and Armstrong, Bruce, "Legal Awareness: Issues in Computing Ethics" (2001). ACIS 2001 Proceedings. Paper 57.