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AA Degree & IFS Courses

IFS Courses

 

                                                               

IFS 201:  Information in a Post-Truth World [3-credits, L, SB].  
Develop research and critical thinking skills to find, evaluate, and ethically use information for a variety of personal, academic and professional needs. Explore the weaponization of information in an age of social media and the role of the individual as a content consumer versus creator within the context of one's worldview. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in ENG101 or ENG107.

Fall 2021 Registration Information -- Courses taught at CGCC, PVCC & RIO.  

IFS 210:  Information without Borders Research in a Global Society    [3-credits, G, SB]
Explore the emergence of a digitally-informed global community including the clash and cohesion of local, national and international systems of governance that relate to the flow and access of information. Examine emerging technologies to produce and distribute information across cultures that may mitigate or exacerbate conditions of social injustice. Prerequisites: None.

Fall 2021 Registration Information  Course taught at CGCC, GCC, & SMCC.  Please contact Lora Largo for more information 
IFS 213: Hacking and Open Source Culture [3-credits, H, SB]
Explore the social, economic, cultural, technological, legal, and political implications of hacking and open source culture in both a historical and contemporary context. Rule-breaking, innovation, and creative use of programming/technology including the introduction to Python. No prior computer programming skills required. Prerequisites: None.
Registration Information  -- This course is taught Spring 2022.