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Digital Culture/clutter: Life and Death on the Net

Description

Tangibility is being replaced by virtuality. Social media supplants the water cooler. MOOCs challenge the classroom. This course is a colorful melange of ideas, debates, inventions and stories of the visionaries and entrepreneurs who’ve created– and critiqued — the digital world – as we know it today. This is an introductory survey course. It fits into early, foundational learning in various disciplines, such as Social Science; Arts & Culture; Business & Management; Communication; Computer Science; Education; Humanities; Law, and the informal studies of lifelong learners. No previous knowledge is required. However, life in the 21st century is assumed.

Price: $49 – FREE to audit!

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Digital Culture/clutter: Life and Death on the Net – IsraelX