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Teaching data ethics: "We're going to ethics the heck out of this"

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Teaching data ethics : "We're going to ethics the heck out of this". / Henderson, Tristan.

Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice (CEP'19). New York : ACM, 2019. 4.

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Harvard

Henderson, T 2019, Teaching data ethics: "We're going to ethics the heck out of this". in Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice (CEP'19)., 4, ACM, New York, Computing Education Practice, Durham, United Kingdom, 9/01/19. https://doi.org/10.1145/3294016.3294017

APA

Henderson, T. (2019). Teaching data ethics: "We're going to ethics the heck out of this". In Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice (CEP'19) [4] ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3294016.3294017

Vancouver

Henderson T. Teaching data ethics: "We're going to ethics the heck out of this". In Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice (CEP'19). New York: ACM. 2019. 4 https://doi.org/10.1145/3294016.3294017

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Henderson, Tristan. / Teaching data ethics : "We're going to ethics the heck out of this". Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice (CEP'19). New York : ACM, 2019.

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