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
GUIDANCE FOR TERM PROJECT
Term-Project Topic Ideas -- suggestions, just suggestions
Term-Project Guidelines -- how to avoid falling into a swamp of misery
Presentation Schedule -- TBA
GUIDANCE FOR MEMO EXAMS
Memo-Exam Sample written by Gregory Antonellis in 2013
GENERAL GUIDANCE FOR STUDENTS
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
-- Survey/Question/Read/Recite/Review -- effective studying