School of Informatics | Social Informatics
I202 | 7215 | E. Bucy
P: INFO I101. Introduces the social and behavioral foundations
of informatics. Theoretical approaches to how technology is used
from psychological and sociotechnical perspectives. Examples of
how current and emerging technologies such as games, e-mail, and
electronic commerce are affecting daily lives, social relations,
work, and leisure time.
Must also take one of the following co-requisite discussion
sections: 7216, 7217, 7218 or 7219.