CJ 341 (IA241 as of Fall 2015) Cyberlaw & Cybercrime

Fall 2014 semester

Thursdays 13:00:03-15:49:57 in Dole Auditorium

The course includes extensive discussion of the legal constraints, both civil and criminal, that underlie legally acceptable behavior using computers and networks today. Prerequisites: IS120, IS130 or IS300 and CJ201 or permission of instructors. Offered in Fall semesters. Required for BSCSIA degree.




Course description -- detailed assignments, grading, standards, requirements, policies, rewards, penalties, and also the Secret of Life, the Universe and Everything.

Syllabus/schedule -- PDF file with day-by-day listing of every required reading, quiz, exam, and deadline.

Lecture files -- for study and review (PowerPoint PPTX and Acrobat PDF)

CyberLaw I Web-Based Training -- from Defense Information Systems Agency. Download 58MB ZIP file. Install in a folder on your hard drive using the folder names in the ZIP file and then open index.html in the main directory.

Burgunder Online Resources -- Case Law Updates


Term-Project Topic Ideas -- suggestions, just suggestions

Term-Project Guidelines -- how to avoid falling into a swamp of misery

Term-Paper Outline

Term-Paper Sample

Presentation Schedule -- TBA


Memo-Exam Sample written by Gregory Antonellis in 2013

Memo-Exam Grading Rubric



For additional useful tips and tricks, click on the Methods link: see

Computer-Aided Thematic Analysis -- how to organize reference material

Frequently Corrected Errors  -- checklist for avoid grammatical and usage errors in your technical writing

On Writing -- advice on style and methods in preparing term papers including notes on using references

SQ3R  -- Survey/Question/Read/Recite/Review -- effective studying     

Tips for Using Word
-- Using Word effectively, including especially using heading styles, generating table of contents automatically, using the reference database, inserting footnotes and references, and generating list of Works Cited automatically.

Tracking Changes in MS-Word 2003 (PPT) -- handling suggestions about your drafts from your instructors

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