Monday, April 7, 2008

Today's computer literacy 3.0 courses

The following people teach courses that set the stage for computer literacy 3.0. Note that some are upper division or somewhat technical courses, but the material in those courses will be refined and winnowed for presentation in general computer literacy classes. (The first time I taught a computer literacy 2.0 class, it included such things as how to use DOS, 123, and Wordstar, but it was a graduate course -- such topics quickly moved to the undergraduate curriculum).

I include links to the courses and blogs of each professor.

Mark Frydenberg, Bentley College

Chris Lott, University of Alaska, FairbanksLarry Press, California State University, Dominguez HillsHoward Rheingold, Stanford and UC BerkeleyDavid Parry, University of Texas, DallasSteve Sloan, San Jose State University
Michael Wesch, Kansas State UniversityThis list is doubtless incomplete. Please send updates.

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