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Courses in the theme of Information and Technology (IT) enable you to engage with a wide range of new media and communication technologies, as well as analyze economic and ethical developments surrounding them.
Information & Technology Theme
Renaissance Technology: Water-raising pump powered by crank and connecting rod mechanism. Bockler, Georg Andreas. 1661. Pumpwerk. Public Domain. Retrieved from Deustsche Fotothek.
A community of practitioners, educators and scholars dedicated to examining intersections of technology, cyberviolence and feminism
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Nonprofit organization that defends digital rights, championing user privacy, free expression, policy analysis, activism and technology development
Science Blogs-- Information Science
Academic blogs where you'll find conversations around information science & technlogy
An independent news and commentary website with expertise from academics, edited by journalists.
Some key databases related to this theme are not limited to, but include the following. Those with the icon are available online through the UW Libraries.
Business Source Complete
Magazines, newspapers and journals in all business disciplines.
Scholarly articles, books, dissertations, working papers and book reviews on economics. 1886-present.
Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive
Core 20th century US and UK trade magazines covering film, music, broadcasting & theater
Journal articles in the field of sociology, including international literature and other related disciplines.
Subject guides with in-depth resources in a particular topic or area of emphasis: