Th 9:00AM - 11:50AM / 405 Information Sciences Build / 29597
This course offers students an introduction to practical, institutional and conceptual foundations of information policy. The students will be introduced to regulatory histories, key stakeholders, processes, trends and technologies that shape information policy at the international and federal levels, as well as apply this knowledge to different institutional and local settings. Additionally, the course will ask students to develop a critical understanding of the mutual relationships between information systems and their political, economic, historical and cultural contexts. Students will not only be able to understand regulatory frameworks and contemporary debates but will also gain the skills necessary to read and analyze primary policy materials and design policy research and analysis.
Number of Credits
Category B: Disciplines and Intellectual Movements