Ethical Use of Information Technology in Higher Education


  • Stephen LeBeau Syracuse University


ethical, higher education, information technology


With the use of technology continuing to increase in higher education, Liliana Mâţa has met the need for knowledge on the ethics of information technology. Ethical Use of Information Technology in Higher Education specially looks at the ethical questions that technology has brought to colleges and universities since the 1980s. This book looks at both ethical problems and solutions relating to the use of information technology across higher education with the goal of identifying and increasing awareness for the ethical issues technology brings to education activities.


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Author Biography

Stephen LeBeau, Syracuse University

STEPHEN A. LEBEAU JR. is a Ph.D. student at the Indiana University School of Education in Higher Education. His previous higher education positions include time as a faculty member, an education developer and as administrator for online learning. His current field placement is as the Director of Operations with the Office of Student Success for the College of Arts & Sciences and the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. Email:


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LeBeau, S. (2022). Ethical Use of Information Technology in Higher Education. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, 11(2), 211–213. Retrieved from