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ADGR 7710 Solving Information Problems: Wide Bandwidth Thinking (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

As the creation, communication, management, and preservation of information drive social and economic change, decision makers who understand the far reaching effects of digital information technology will be highly valued. How to protect privacy and thwart hackers is becoming critical. Topical and current readings and policy guidelines for these ideas lead to the examination of causes and effects of information overload and the need for better information fluency. Course also explores the positive and negative consequences of technological innovation. In this hybrid distance-learning format, students attend six classroom meetings. Distance learning using the class MyFiles site, email and immersive techniques will be applied.


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Last Updated: 01-Oct-14