We live in an information-rich world. We have easy access to the Internet, which allows us to access and share information across national and geographic borders almost instantaneously. We communicate in a variety of networked media, about a variety of subjects, with a variety of people, and for a variety of purposes. Information communication technologies (ICTs) grow increasingly “smart” and can do more work that humans used to do. In this course, you will learn to research, analyze, and discuss complex issues and arguments surrounding important moral, political, social, and historical questions as they pertain to information and ICTs.
Would you freeze your body in the hopes of coming back to life? Carter has just woken up in 2050 after dedicating his body to science, but technology has taken over and the world has changed forever.
Created by Juliet Bucher (Major: Consumer Behavior & Marketplace Studies)
From the moment you are born, like a character in a video game, your needs are displayed, floating around you. When Rebecca is heard talking about Noa's social level being extremely low, her system turns off and she becomes personality-less. But, who turned her off?
Created by Megan Hoerster (Major: Marketing)
This presentation was inspired by the film "Her," as it relates to how people form relationships online/with technology within a coarse society.
Created by Jennifer Park (Major: Communication Arts)