IS 308 Race, Gender, and Information Technology
Examines the ways in which information and communication technologies (ICTs) are shaped by -- and help to shape -- social relations of race and gender.
IS308A - Race, Gender, and Info TechMon/Wed, 9:00 am - 10:20 amPsychology Building 11On-CampusCOURSE PREVIOUSLY OFFERED AS IS 390RGI (STUDENTS WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT FOR BOTH). Restricted to Undergraduates and Sophomore standing or above. Restricted to Information Sciences majors until one week before classes begin (by noon 8/17/2020). INFO Minors may register for any available seats beginning at noon on 7/13/2020. For more information about this major, please visit: http://go.ischool.illinois.edu/BSIS. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- David Mussulman
- 16 weeks
- Credit hours
- 3 - 4
IS390RGO - Race Gender and Info TechMon, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmOnlineOnline course meeting synchronously (during set days/times listed on schedule), with remaining work completed online asynchronously. In this course we will critically examine the ways in which information and communication technologies (ICTs) are shaped by -- and help to shape -- social relations of race and gender; and we will extend our review to other categories of identity and exclusion as well, such as age, ability, geography and ethnicity. We will also explore the various benefits and burdens of the "information society" and how these are socially distributed, and conduct case-studies of policies, practices, and programs designed to enhance opportunities and/or mitigate disadvantages through the creative or disruptive use of ICTs. Questions may be sent to email@example.com
- Amanda McLellan
- 8 weeks
- Credit hours
Textbooks and Course Materials
Available from the Illinois Union Bookstore (IUB).