The nature of IS technologies and the range of appropriate and inappropriate uses continues to evolve and expand. Providing appropriate classroom content to introduce students to classic information ethics problems as well as methods for analyzing possible actions within a challenging situation are difficult and important to provide in MIS educational programs. This research paper describes the application to educational activities of a research technique pioneered by Donn Parker using scenarios and Likert scale values choices pertaining to IS ethical issues. The recommended method for application in the education setting is described. Key findings in terms of ethical themes that permeated surveys and discussions by students are also presented and discussed.
Niederman, Fred and Taylor, Sallie, "Teaching Is Ethics: Applying A Research Technique For Classroom Use" (2010). Proceedings of the 2010 AIS SIGED: IAIM International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research. 26.