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Technology Ethics Resources

The goal of this resource list is to serve as a starting point on your journey to developing a critical framework related to technology, justice and oppression.


This Library guide provides comprehensive multimedia resources focused on technology ethics and algorithmic justice. The resources in this guide are either available for free or through your UTORID login. Technology ethics is an emerging field of study in Computer Science that seeks to examine technologies and the algorithms that run them and their impact on users. In this Library guide, you will find links to Books, Journals, Videos, Toolkits and other Library guides to support you in your research on technology ethics and critical computing. 


Below are a list of keywords related to technology ethics to explore in databases available to you through the University of Toronto Library databases.

  • Science -- Moral and ethical aspects
  • Technology -- Moral and ethical aspects
  • Technology -- Social aspects
  • Surveillance -- Moral and ethical aspects
  • Information Technology -- Moral and ethical aspects
  • Information Technology --Social aspects
  • Science and Technology Studies (STS)
  • Digital ethics
  • Algorithms
  • Algorithms -- Moral and ethical aspects
  • Algorithmic Bias
  • Technofeminism
  • Transhumanism
  • Algorithmic Justice
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Intelligence -- Moral and ethical aspects
  • Artificial Intelligence -- Social aspects
  • Large Language Models


*Guide Author: Aisha Aminu*