I have been teaching the following courses at Uppsala University:

Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics
Data- and Business Systems for Economy Students
Data- and E-commerce Systems for Economics
Databases, Information Analysis and Decision Support
Degree Project for Bachelor (Thesis) – Information Systems
Degree Project in Sociotechnical Systems Engineering (Thesis)
Information Analysis and Decision Support
Information Systems A/Information Systems
Information Systems and Management
Information Systems C/Research Methods
Information Systems/Databases
Information Systems/Management Information Systems
Introduction to Management, Communication and IT
IS A/Information Systems and Software Engineering
Knowledge Management
Software Engineering
Usability and e-services

I recommend this working paper by Shoshana Zuboff to students.
The paper captures the need of user-centered design when developing ICT-systems. I think we as designers and developers of ICT should be aware of and prioritize the users' well-being.
(1981). Psychological and organizational implications of computer-mediated work. Center for Information Systems Research.
Cleaned PDF made from the scanned version at DSpace@MIT.

This video with Sherry Turkle gives insight about how ICT have impacted us during Covid-19. Technology have shown both strengths and weaknesses during Covid-19. My own experience as a teacher using online learning is mixed, often things go smooth, but sometimes it can be difficult for both students and the teacher to delve into the topic and have interesting conversations.
YouTube:  Sherry Turkle: Technology and Empathy After COVID-19

This video is from the Warwick Economic Summit 2021 with Zuboff about surveillance capitalism. It shows the dark side of pervasive user-data extraction. You should ask yourself if the company with most data might also influence/control what the user see as the truth. What is known, how it is known and who can know it; defined by three essential questions “Who knows? Who decides who knows? Who decides who decides who knows?”, knowledge authority and power. Reclaim your privacy or you want it darker.
YouTube: Shoshana Zuboff on Surveillance Capitalism

In this video Agnis Stibe presents the paper "When Persuasive Technology Gets Dark?” where the darkness of persuasive technology e.g., gamification is explored. The developed matrix and framework in the paper can be used to reduce negative effects on well-being.
YouTube: When Persuasive Technology Gets Dark

Interesting lectures from the Danish Sustainability Science Center. One is about digitalization and sustainability (click on the picture below). It is connected to Jevons paradox, will digitalization reduce the use of resources or make us increase it? It would be interesting to compare the resource use and CO2 emission from a query in a search engine (Google, Bing etc.) with using an AI Chatbot (ChatGPT, Bard etc.).

Link to Sustainability lecture

Researcher Benedetta Brevini highlight the flip side of AI in the paper Black boxes, not green: Mythologizing artificial intelligence and omitting the environment, the dominating narrative is that AI and technology will help us in solving our urgent environmental problem, perhaps we should be more cautious. The paper The world wide web of carbon: Toward a relational footprinting of information and communications technology's climate impacts by Pasek et al. concludes that the impact of ICT remains irresolvable at a global scale.