COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION
Course level: "Upper Division"
"This course introduces students to the study of computer mediated communication and how it changes, shapes, and develops community through the use of diverse technological and social tools. Topics will include the history of computer-mediated communication, and how these technologies are leveraged in daily life. Students will develop their knowledge of computer mediated communication through immersive experiences of online and networked spaces and communities. Practical application of technology is used to complete communication projects to gain experience and depth of knowledge regarding how technology affects human communication."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn