187.237 Interactions of Society and Technology
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2016S, VU, 2.0h, 3.0EC
TUWEL

Properties

  • Semester hours: 2.0
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Type: VU Lecture and Exercise

Aim of course

Comprehension of the social areas of conflict in informatics; Ability to see diverse perceptions of problems and accordingly to ask and answer questions from different perspectives; Fundamental knowledge of the security of information systems, cryptography, license and patent law.

Subject of course

Self-conception, history and voices of computer science as technology and academic discipline. Globalization and networking: history and structure of the internet, monopolizing, digital divide and countercultures of the ICT industry. history, visions and reality of the information society, changes induced in the "knowledge order". Violability of the information society: the conflict "security vs. liberty", monitoring technologies in social context, attacks on privacy and legal, organizational and technical preventive measures, applications of cryptography. Copyright and intellectual property: problem areas, organizations and arguments concerning copyright and patent practice, free and open source software, creative commons.

Additional information

up-to-date informations about the kick-off will be pubished here shortly, without von delay :)

Lecturers

Institute

Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Tue10:00 - 12:0008.03.2016 AudiMax, simultaneous with BHCI Kick-OffKick-Off
Wed15:00 - 17:0009.03.2016 - 22.06.2016GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Interactions of Society and Technology - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Tue08.03.201610:00 - 12:00 AudiMax, simultaneous with BHCI Kick-OffKick-Off
Wed09.03.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed16.03.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed06.04.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed13.04.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed20.04.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed27.04.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed04.05.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed11.05.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed18.05.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed25.05.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed01.06.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed08.06.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed15.06.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture
Wed22.06.201615:00 - 17:00GM 1 Audi. Max.- ARCH-INF Lecture

Examination modalities

you will be evaluated based on your work during the semester. for details please visit the introductory lecture.

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
10.03.2016 08:00 14.03.2016 07:00

Registration modalities

Kick-off for this lecture is together with the kick-off for »Basics of Human Computer Interaction«. 

Curricula

Study CodeSemesterPrecon.Info
033 531 Data Engineering & Statistics 1. Semester
033 532 Media Informatics and Visual Computing 2. SemesterSTEG
Course requires the completion of the introductory interview STEG
033 533 Medical Informatics 2. SemesterSTEG
Course requires the completion of the introductory interview STEG
033 534 Software & Information Engineering 2. SemesterSTEG
Course requires the completion of the introductory interview STEG

Literature

No lecture notes are available.

Previous knowledge

Grundlegende Erfahrungen in der Anwendung der Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien (Computer, Internet, Handy, etc.); Bereitschaft zur Auseinandersetzung mit neuen Themen und unerwarteten Fragestellungen; eigenständiges, selbstmotiviertes Arbeiten

Miscellaneous

Language

German