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DCS 2460 - Smart Phones, Mobile Selves

Description
Mobile Devices are increasingly present in our lives. More and more "smart," they transform how we communicate, access information, experience our physical spaces, create and maintain friendships, monitor our health, and have fun. In this course, we will critically consider the consequences of these technological artifacts for how we define our personal identities, our interpersonal relationships, and the organization of our societies. In order to deepen our discussions, within the experiential context of DCS, we will learn how the software of mobile devices is structured, how they communicate with each other, with local sensors and other wearable devices. We will also study the physical and social architectures that connect our mobile experiences, including how they are likely to change in the coming years and their possible implications. This course does not require any prior knowledge in computer science or mobile communications.
Credits
1
Attributes
MCSR
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2020
Offered
MWTh
Avg. Class Size
35
Avg. Sections
1