Digital Divide: LIBR 397C

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This Fall 2012, learn about the Digital Divide and take LIBR 397C!

What is the Digital Divide?  A phenomenon occurring across the world, this four-credit general undergraduate course will examine issues around information inequity found within, and between, different populations.  Students will participate in service-learning opportunities in local libraries and organizations in attempt to better understand the same issues they will be learning in class.  Potential projects include – but are not limited to – workshops on tech literacy, bilingual workshops or pathfinders for ESL library patrons, working with prison populations, or K-12 schools. 

 

When: Tues/Thurs, 10:30 to 11: 50 a.m. 

Where: Haggard Hall 233

CRN: 43708

 

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