NEW113H1: Digital Technology and Society II

Hours: 
12L/24S

Building on the integrated learning from any New One I course, this course explores the historical development and social implications of digital technology including such questions as the effects of increased surveillance on notions of privacy, open access and control over knowledge, new media and social activism, and the potential of media arts, biometrics and digitizing healthcare.

Prerequisite: 

NEW101H1/​ NEW102H1/​ NEW103H1/​ NEW104H1/​ NEW105H1/​Permission of the New One Coordinator

Exclusion: 

INI/Munk/SMC/TRN/UNI/VIC/WDW One; NEW111H1/​ NEW112H1/​ NEW114H1/​ NEW115H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)