- How has the internet changed and influenced everyday life - both your own life and the lives of others
- The broader issues of the impact of the internet on community, identity, economy and society
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Streaming Multimedia
- Web links
- Welcome letter
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
- Online Assessment
- Audio-Video streaming
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
No special requirements
This subject was previously known as Internet and Everyday Life.
For many people, everyday life now involves constant interaction with the Internet via digitally networked platforms and devices. As cyberspace and real space come together, it can be easy to miss the impacts of the Internet on us and on our society and culture. Students will explore how their own experiences and ‘everyday Internet’ may be different from others, and the implications of this for studying digital culture. Through specific topics such as entertainment, politics, sex, and relationships students will analyse digital culture conceptually, towards better understanding how technology and society are intertwined.
Further Information: List of topics is indicative and subject to minor change prior to the start of each Study Period.
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- Essay Plan (20%)
- Annotated Bibliography (30%)
- Essay (50%)
Textbooks are not required.
Textbook information is pending.