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Proceedings of the Conference on Computers and the Quality of Life

  1. Keynote Address
  2. Human Services 1 -- Human Services Delivery
  3. Computer Science 1 -- Computers and Health Care
  4. Human Services 2 -- Impact of Legislation on Availability and Use of Technology by Individuals with Disabilities
  5. Computer Science 2 -- New Communications Technology
  6. Plenary Panel
  7. Human Services 3 -- Expert Systems and Clinical Practice
  8. Computer Science 3 -- Instruction on Topics of Computers and Society
  9. Computers and Society Instructor's Forum
  10. Plenary Research Forum
  11. Human Services 4 -- Information Systems and Services
  12. Computer Science 4 -- Democratic Participation and Computing
  13. Human Services 5 -- Services for the Aging
  14. Computer Science 5 -- Computer Impacts on Work
  15. Human Services 6 -- Computers and the Physically Handicapped
  16. Computer Science 6 -- Education and Training
  17. Ethics Research Panel
  18. Ethics Teaching Panel
  19. Issues for an Ethical Code

Keynote Address

Human Values and the Future of Technology: A Declaration of Empowerment BIBA 1-6
  Ben Shneiderman

Human Services 1 -- Human Services Delivery

Computer Applications for Child Protective Services BIB 7
  David A. Ladd; Stephan Applelbaum Sandbank
How to Propose Automation for Human Services BIBA 8-12
  William A. Adams; James J. Traglia
Putting the Byte on Canadian Social Welfare Agencies BIB 13-19
  C. J. Alexander
Information Structure, Information Technology and the Human Service Organizational Environment BIBA 20
  Jeanette Semke; Paula Nurius
H.E.L.P. -- Helpful Electronic Look-Up Program BIBA 21
  Leslie Senner

Computer Science 1 -- Computers and Health Care

Mental Hygiene Practitioners' Attitudes Toward Applying Computers in Health Care BIB 22-26
  Shafer H. Zysman; Gunther R. Geiss
KnoW, An Alternative Approach in Decision Support Systems for Human Services BIBA 27
  Menachem Monnickendam
The Social Impact of Computer Technology on Physicians BIBA 28-33
  James G. Anderson; Stephen J. Jay

Human Services 2 -- Impact of Legislation on Availability and Use of Technology by Individuals with Disabilities

The Impact of Legislation on Availability and Use of Technology by Individuals with Disabilities BIB 34
  R. Dipner

Computer Science 2 -- New Communications Technology

Information Technologies and Rural Economic Development BIB 35
  Sherry Emery
Assessing the Impact of Computers on the Home and Family BIB 36
  Susan H. Gray

Plenary Panel

Expectations & Gender Differences in Computer Use BIB 37
  Charles Huff

Human Services 3 -- Expert Systems and Clinical Practice

EPIC Expert Assistant Calculator: An Expert System to Facilitate Eligibility and Savings Determination for a State Sponsored Drug Insurance Program BIBA 38-44
  A. Nizza; G. Geiss
Use of a Medical Expert System in a Clinical Setting BIB 45
  Loretta Moore; John Snapper
Accelerating the Development of Effective Expertise Through Knowledge-Based Feedback BIBA 46-53
  Raymond W. Carlson
The Case of the Fickle Expert System BIBA 54-59
  Karen E. Wieckert

Computer Science 3 -- Instruction on Topics of Computers and Society

Computers and the Quality of Life? BIBA 60-66
  Grace C. Hertlein
Experiences in Teaching Computers and Society Courses Over the Last Fifteen Years BIB 67
  John W. Fendrich
Peer Learning and Active Involvement in the "Computers and Society" Course BIBA 68
  Charles Huff
Teaching Computers and Society in a Virtual Classroom BIBA 69-72
  Starr Roxanne Hiltz; Murray Turoff

Computers and Society Instructor's Forum

Computers and Society: An Integrated Course Model BIBA 73
  William J. Joel
Establishing an Undergraduate Liberal Arts Curriculum for the Study of the Social Impact of Computers and Information Technology BIBA 74
  Joseph E. Behar
Information Systems in Society BIBA 75
  Suzanne Weisband

Plenary Research Forum

Information Systems, Social Transformations, and Quality of Life BIBA 76-85
  Rob Kling

Human Services 4 -- Information Systems and Services

Computerized Ambulance Dispatching Systems BIBA 86
  J. Lin; D. Hill; P. Halliday; C. McIsaac
Developing Functional, Affordable, Clinical Information Systems: Meeting a Healthcare Challenge of the '90s BIBA 87-92
  Michael J. Buckley
Increasing the Clinical Relevance of a Mental Health Information System BIBA 93-96
  M. Gorodezky; J. Rusnak
On-Line Networking and Conferencing: Improving Human Services BIB 97
  Harry MacKay

Computer Science 4 -- Democratic Participation and Computing

Speculations on the Possible Impact of Computing Technology on Democratic Processes in Communist Countries BIB 98-102
  T. Sterling
Communication Technology and Democratic Participation: "PENners" in Santa Monica BIB 104
  Kendall Guthrie; Joe Schmitz; Daehee Ryu; John Harris; Everett Rogers; William Dutton
Developing Informed Citizens with Computer Software: The Information Revolution Enters Politics BIB 105
  Gerald Smith; Jerry Debenham

Human Services 5 -- Services for the Aging

Using Information System Technology to Coordinate Specialized Services for the Elderly BIBA 106-111
  W. Looman; L. Noelker; G. Deimling
Computer Games for the Elderly BIB 112-115
  G. Robert Whitcomb
Computers and Social Change for Quality Long Living: The Let's Connect! Project BIB 116-117
  Robert V. Gallant

Computer Science 5 -- Computer Impacts on Work

Computer Workers: Career Lines and Professional Identity BIBA 118-123
  Kenneth Fidel; Roberta Garner
The Commoditization of Information: Societal Implications and Analogies to the Commoditization of Labor BIB 124
  David Bellin
The Changing Job Tasks and Environment of Designers Using Computer Graphic Equipment BIB 125
  Lorraine Justice
Groupware and Not-for-Profit Institutions: Cooperative Harmony or Culture Shock? BIB 126
  Jo Ann Oravec; Larry E. Travis

Human Services 6 -- Computers and the Physically Handicapped

A Multidimensional Approach to Introduction of Technology to Aid Disabled Populations BIB 127
  R. Dipner; R. Gattis
High Quality Speech for Laryngectomized Persons BIBA 128-133
  Harina Kapoor
Multi-Vocality Come to Life: Computer-Mediated Communication in a Diverse Society BIB 134-137
  Trent Batson

Computer Science 6 -- Education and Training

Computers in Schools: Old Habits and Conventional Beliefs, But Also Institutional Constraints BIB 138
  Henry Jay Becker
Educational Computing: Myths versus Methods: Why Computers Haven't Helped and What We Can Do About It BIB 139-146
  Russell L. Shackelford
Addressing Social Issues with Non-Linear Training Programs BIBA 147-151
  Albert R. Haugerud; Patrick O. Chambers
Leveraging the 80's for Technology in the 90's BIBA 152
  Thomas E. Neudecker

Ethics Research Panel

Computer Workers: Professional Identity and Societal Concerns BIBA 153-156
  Roberta Garner; Kenneth Fidel
Ethics and the Computerization of Pharmacy BIBA 157-163
  Robert L. McCarthy; Judith A. Perrolle

Ethics Teaching Panel

Teaching Computer Ethics BIB 164
  Terrell Ward Bynum
Ethics, Computers and Computer Science Education: What and Why BIBA 165
  Maarten van Swaay; Nichols Hall
Recalibrating Our Moral Compass BIBA 166
  Ron Cobbett
Lessons from Corporate America Applied to Training in Computer Ethics BIBA 167-173
  Susan J. Harrington; Rebecca L. McCollum
A Course in Professional Responsibility for Computer Scientists BIBA 174-179
  Batya Friedman

Issues for an Ethical Code

Computer-Related Crime: Ethical Considerations (With Applications for Teaching Computer Literacy Classes) BIB 180-191
  Richard Parker
A Code of Professional Responsibility -- An Ethics Code with Bite BIBA 192
  Joel Rothstein Wolfson