INF 335C - Information In Cyberspace (HCI/UX Emphasis)

Fall 2017
Unique ID: 28145
Syllabus:   Syllabus
Prof:  Broussard, Ramona

An overview of the history and social impact of Internet, Web, and other network technologies. Students will learn methods and tools of media creation with an emphasis on technological self-sufficiency.

Up to three lecture hours a week for one semester, supplemented by web-based instruction.

Only one of the following may be counted: Information Studies 312, 335C, 335W.

*this course supersedes INF 335W as of fall 2016.

Information in Cyberspace (INF335C) is a course designed for
undergraduate students that provides an overview of the history
and social impact of Internet and Web technology. INF 335
emphasizes technology self-sufficiency and information literacy.
The purpose of this course is to prepare students to think about
information technology in a critical, thoughtful manner. The goal
is to pull back the curtain on some of the inner workings of
information technology and empower students to navigate
confidently through information spaces in networked environments.
This section of 335 will be focused around topics that involve
Usability and human-computer-interaction in online environments.

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