Associate Professor of Information Systems, College of Business
2011-2012 & 2012-2013 Ethics Projects
Integrated an IS/IT ethics understanding and awareness in the INFS 3000 course starting in Fall 2011. Designed the Ethical Efficacy Survey that included a pre- and post-ethics awareness survey that was implemented at the beginning of the semester and at the end of the semester to measure changes in attitudes and understanding of ethics issues in information systems and information technologies.
Developed a case on ethics and web security. This case can be used for ethics and privacy discussion and web security discussions. Specific ethics cases developed by Dr. Beranek include: family websites, prescription drug industry, hacker groups, and Amazon marketing research programs. This work provides IT and privacy ethics resources for classrooms at community colleges and UCCS audiences.
Related Work in:
November 2012 DFEI Faculty Roundtable Presentation:
Roundtable ethics discussion on:
- Who has your data?
- Who knows where you are?
- Who knows more about you than you do?
August 2012 Faculty Development Workshop:
"Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum" - Based on her ethics subject matter expertise, Dr. Beranek presented to the faculty of Pikes Peak Community College, Centennial Campus