Jul 23, 2019
CS 476 - Social Informatics for Computer Science (Put on reserve 9/16/18)
This course provides a survey of the critical issues related to computer and/or information systems design, development, implementation, use and management. It focuses on the critical analysis of social, cultural, philosophical, ethical, legal, public policy, and economic issues relating to computer and information systems and how these interactions shape workplace decisions and use of those systems. (Put on reserve 9/16/18, will go inactive 8/24/21)
Prerequisite: CS 301.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Define key terms from the discipline of social informatics
- Discuss critical social informatics theories
- Apply social informatics theory to solve problems.
- Distinguish social informatics theory from other theoretical frameworks associated with lCTs.
- Design a plan that facilitates the successful implementation of an ICT in a specific setting.
- Justify a plan that facilitates the successful implementation of an ICT in a specific setting.
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