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# Global Media Literacy Take a collaborative tour of the global media environment. This course unveils the hidden ways in which our media lives intersect with people an economies in di... ultures, business models, and conflicts shape the media we encounter—and those we don't. In addition
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# Media and the Public In this class, we will learn about what it means to be a mediated public by becoming one and reflecting on our practice. As we discuss critical and primary readings on media, democracy, and the public sphere, the class w
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# Introduction to Social Media **MDST 1002** Introduction to Social Media introduces students to network structures and princip... p through and around them. It explores how social media enables community, how it assembles and empowe... arning goals * Understand key concepts in social media and media studies * Analyze and document in de
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# Hacker Culture **MDST 2012** *it seems to me sometimes I've entered some inverted zone, some mirro... tely dominant. The world has dorkified itself.*---Mercer in Dave Eggers, _The Circle_ (2013) ## What ... <> Armory 1B24, meetings by appointment via email Website: [natha... tives * Gain familiarity with the varieties of meaning and mystique surrounding hacker culture *
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# Media Activism and Public Engagement **MDST 5002** Depending on whom you ask, media-powered activism can sound like either a silve... f movements, past and present, we'll discover how media can shape social change and how we can become more savvy media practitioners ourselves. The central themes o
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# Connected Media Practices **MDST 5001** What are the economies that underlie our connections? This... dertake a journey into the practice and theory of media entrepreneurship, introducing the dominant nor... <> Armory 1B24, meetings by appointment via email Website: [natha... with relevant sources **(20%)** * At one class meeting during the semester, develop an imaginative
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# Hacker Culture **MDST 2012** *it seems to me sometimes I've entered some inverted zone, some mirro... tely dominant. The world has dorkified itself.*---Mercer in Dave Eggers, _The Circle_ (2013) ## What ... tives * Gain familiarity with the varieties of meaning and mystique surrounding hacker culture * ... er, showing up and participating in all scheduled meetings will help you get the most you can out of t
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*Examines issues at the intersection of digital media, culture and politics, such as regulation and ... the everyday politics of digital life, in social media and platform labor, and the implications for b... ourse consists of three concurrent processes: our meetings, your notebooks, and an edited collection of our collective research. ### Class meetings The basis of our academic community is our
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ntrepreneurs, investors, and internet evangelists mean by the word? What have been the great disruptio... is course is a hands-on exploration of disruptive media cultures, intended for entrepreneurs, critics,... s * Gain familiarity with discourses surrounding media entrepreneurship and disruptive innovation * E... * Cultivate habits of ethical entrepreneurship in media economies ## The business model The course
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-19 As a matter of public health and safety, all members of the CU Boulder community and all visitors... ability prevents you from fulfilling these safety measures, please follow the steps in the “Accommodat... rement. Exemptions include individuals who cannot medically tolerate a face covering, as well as those... n letter from Disability Services to your faculty member in a timely manner so that your needs can be
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rently sophisticated literature claimed that I.Q. measured a single real thing called intelligence, an... that an evening in an armchair could conquer any merely conceptual issue, whereas we all acknowledge ... ails of markedly different lengths. This wouldn't mean, however, that these lizards now belong to sepa... rupted into attack and counterattack; conferences melted down. Even by the indelicate standards of sci
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rado Boulder]( They are an open ed... . Suggestions are welcome. --- * [[:Connected Media Practices]] * [[:Digital Culture and Politic... * [[:Disruptive Entrepreneurship]] * [[:Global Media Literacy]] * [[:Hacker Culture]] * [[:Internships]] * [[:Introduction to Social Media]] * [[:media_activism|Media Activism and Pub
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al thinking and practical pedagogy ## One-to-one meetings Arrange to meet with me three times: at the beginning to agree on a plan, after turning in the midterm report, and ... during my office hours, or by appointment. These meetings are an opportunity to discuss the ideas and
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r, I strongly encourage students to find times to meet with me in person by appointment (or by phone if you are studying remotely). To make an appointment... r to ask brief clarifying questions, please email me at You may refer to me as you wish, but I recommend that undergraduates
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expected to attend and participate in every class meeting. Recognizing that we each bring different sk... structor. ### 2. Adventuresome thinking At each meeting, each student is expected to bring a short w... s of these encounters and the voices of community members * Evidence of outside research using schol... h the instructor, briefly outlining the topic and medium * **Draft** of the completed product turned
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