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Integrating Online Security into the Undergraduate Curriculum

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Title:Integrating Online Security into the Undergraduate Curriculum
Authors:Caudill, Jason
Terrell, Robert
Author Affiliation:Jason G. Caudill - Carson-Newman College
Robert Terrell - Carson-Newman College
Date Issued:2010
Abstract:The field of eLearning benefits from, but is also challenged by, rapidly changing technology and the online habits of students. As students become more active in online communities, they may encounter substantial risks to their privacy, security, and ultimately to their futures. Institutions can also suffer tarnished images based on the online activities of students. Online security must be incorporated into the modern higher education curriculum to protect both students and institutions. By teaching online security across the curriculum, students can be protected and prepared for their professional lives.
Pages/Duration:5 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/69223
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections: TCC 2010 Proceedings


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