CONCEPTS FOR A DIGITAL WORLD

GSCI 1042

 

 

 

Concepts For A Digital World is an interdisciplinary course through which students develop an understanding of the use of information technologies and their impact on work; the acquisition and communication of knowledge; organizational behaviour; and society. During this course, students examine the evolution, application, and impact of information technologies through reading assignments, case studies, research, and use of information technologies.

 

 

Professor: Brian Richmond

 

 

 

 

Email: cfadw14880@yahoo.ca

 

 

 

 

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