I202: Social Informatics,
Meets 2:30P - 3:20P Monday & Wednesday in Optometry 105.
New: Hints added for the term paper
here. Grading scale for paper now here.
||This is a course offered in the
Informatics School of
Indiana University, Bloomington. See the Schedule page
for a week by week guide, and the Policy page for
course policy. Its prerequisite is I101.
Instructor: Thomas Haigh (home
Informatics Building 233, Phone (812) 856-0591
Office Hours: Tuesday 1-3pm, Wednesday 12pm-1pm
All share an office in room 126 of the Informatics Building.
(More on the AIs).
Tony Moore, email@example.com
Section: 7426 11:15A - 12:05P Thursday BH 244
Office Hours: Wednesday & Thursday, both 4:00-5:00 pm
Christie Flynn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Section: 7427 1:25P - 2:15P Thursday OP 111
Office Hours: 2:30-4:30 Thursday
Meijia Gao, email@example.com
Section: 7429 12:20P - 1:10P Friday BH 209
Office Hours: Friday 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
The before and after of computer use, as seen in the
From Platt, Charles with David Langford, Micromania: The Whole Truth
About Home Computers, Sphere Books, 1984.
Official Description: Introduces the social and
behavioral foundations of informatics. Theoretical approaches to how technology
is used from psychological and sociotechnical perspectives. Examples of how
current and emerging technologies such as games, e-mail, and electronic commerce
are affecting daily lives, social relations, work, and leisure time.