C. Dianne Martin

Affiliations:
  • George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA


According to our database1, C. Dianne Martin authored at least 67 papers between 1988 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

Awards

ACM Fellow

ACM Fellow 1999, "For extraordinary leadership and innovation in computer science education and for service to ACM and the profession.".

Timeline

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Bibliography

2019
TAKING THE HIGH ROAD: Pinocchio and the positronic brain.
Inroads, 2019

2018
TAKING THE HIGH ROAD: The 4th continuity: personhood of robots.
Inroads, 2018

2017
TAKING THE HIGH ROAD: Ethics by design in AI.
Inroads, 2017

TAKING THE HIGH ROAD: White hat, black hat: the ethics of cybersecurity.
Inroads, 2017

2015
2015: the year of internet governance.
Inroads, 2015

Using the U.S. constitution to frame the governance of cyberspace.
Inroads, 2015

2014
Social networks and the ethics of hyperreality.
Inroads, 2014

2013
Digital dreams: public perceptions about computers.
Inroads, 2013

The internet as a reverse panopticon.
Inroads, 2013

2012
Some surprising social impact scenarios.
Inroads, 2012

The <i>first</i> characteristic of a CS graduate.
Inroads, 2012

2011
Cloudy ethics.
Inroads, 2011

Reasoning with ethics.
Inroads, 2011

2010
From cybernetics to cyberethics.
Inroads, 2010

Building character.
Inroads, 2010

2009
Taking the high road: ethics on the run: the principle of the ordinary person.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2009

From the man on the moon to 2001 and beyond: the evolving social and ethical impact of computers a session to commemorate SIGCSE' 40 anniversary.
Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2009

2008
Taking the high road: Blogging for votes: the ethics of internet campaigning.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2008

Introduction.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 2008

2007
Blogger ethics and YouTube common sense.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2007

Leadership, teamwork, and ethics in the development of IT professionals.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2007

2006
Reflections on being a new female IT professional in the UAE.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2006

Ethics and professionalism for an IT professional in the UAE.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2006

2005
Removing the veil: personal reflections on educating women in Dubai.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2005

Preparing the STEM workforce of the 21<sup>st</sup> century: report on a report.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2005

Ethics across the computer science curriculum.
Proceedings of the 43nd Annual Southeast Regional Conference, 2005

2004
Draw a computer scientist.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2004

Lessons from Chernobyl for IT.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2004

2003
Computing curricula 2001: reverse engineering a computer science curriculum (part 2).
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2003

2002
Computing curricula 2001: reverse engineering a computer science curriculum (part 1).
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2002

2001
PKAL summer institute 2001: just-in-time computer education for the 21st century.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2001

.ethics @ .coms: why internet start-ups need ethics codes.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2001

Using a theoretical multimedia taxonomy framework.
ACM J. Educ. Resour. Comput., 2001

2000
More on the "dark side" of computing.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2000

Debunking the puppy baron culture.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 2000

The National Science Foundation (seminar session): funding opportunities for CS faculty through the CCLI program.
Proceedings of the 31st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2000

1999
From awareness to responsible action (part 2): developing a curriculum with progressive integration of ethics and social impact.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 1999

From awareness to responsible action (part 1): defining learning objectives and necessary skills.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 1999

From awareness to action: integrating ethics and social responsibility into the computer science curriculum.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1999

National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement program: adaptation and implementation track.
Proceedings of the 30th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1999

Paradigms, pitfalls and the pipeline: gender issues in the information technology workforce.
Proceedings of the Women and Technology, 1999

Using a Taxonomy to Rationalize Multimedia Development.
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems, 1999

1998
Deconstructing the ACM code of ethics and professional conduct.
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 1998

Is computer science a profession?
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 1998

IT Workplace 2000: : a SIGCAS collaborative student research project on working conditions in the computing workplace.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1998

Computer science in the new millennium: convergence of the technical, social and ethical.
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE 3rd Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education, 1998

1997
What is computer ethics?
ACM SIGCSE Bull., 1997

The case for integrating ethical and social impact into the computer science curriculum.
Proceedings of the supplemental proceedings of the conference on Integrating technology into computer science education: working group reports and supplemental proceedings, 1997

Using information technology to integrate social and ethical issues into the computer science and information systems curriculum (report of the ITiCSE 1997 working group on social and ethical issue in computing curricula).
Proceedings of the supplemental proceedings of the conference on Integrating technology into computer science education: working group reports and supplemental proceedings, 1997

1996
An alternative to government regulation and censorship.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1996

Teaching practices.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1996

A framework for implementing and teaching the social and ethical impact of computing.
Educ. Inf. Technol., 1996

Implementing A Tenth Strand in the CS Curriculum.
Commun. ACM, 1996

Curriculum guidelines for teaching the consequences of computing.
Proceedings of the Symposium on Computers and the Quality of Life, 1996

1995
A Media Taxonomy.
IEEE Multim., 1995

Computing Consequences: A Framework for Teaching Ethical Computing.
Commun. ACM, 1995

1994
Thematic analysis of the new ACM Code of Ethics and professional conduct.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1994

The TEAMSS Project: Examining the Impact of a Multi-Level Staff Development Model.
Proceedings of the Exploring a New Partnership: Children, Teachers and Technology, Proceedings of the IFIP TC3/WG3.5 International Working Conference on Exploring a New Partnership: Children, Teachers and Technology, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 26 June, 1994

1993
The Myth of the Awesome Thinking Machine.
Commun. ACM, 1993

Shifting the Paradigm To Address Gender Issues in Computer Science Education.
Proceedings of the Informatics and Changes in Learning, 1993

1992
The impact of new accreditation and certification standards for secondary computer science teachers on university computer science departments.
Proceedings of the 23rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1992

Efficacy of Ethics Codes for Computer Professionals (panel).
Proceedings of the Education and Society, 1992

Integrating Social Impact and Ethics Issues Across the Computer Science Curriculum.
Proceedings of the Education and Society, 1992

Addressing the gender Gap in Informatics Education.
Proceedings of the Education and Society, 1992

1990
Professional codes of conduct and computer ethics education.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1990

Using HyperCard to Collect, Analyse and Report on Qualitative Data.
Hypermedia, 1990

1988
Awareness of the social impact of computers in the USSR.
SIGCAS Comput. Soc., 1988


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