[SIGCIS-Members] SIGCIS syllabus repository

Andrew Russell arussell at stevens.edu
Thu May 9 14:04:14 PDT 2013

Dear colleagues - 

In an effort to maintain and refresh the SIGCIS Syllabus Repository, I would like to invite you to visit the Repository at http://www.sigcis.org/syllabi and to contribute any syllabi that touch on our SIG's scope - Computers, Information, and Society.  I hope this reminder is a timely one for those of you who teach, since you may be (a) putting the finishing touches on the semester, (b) planning your book orders (and hence syllabi) for next semester, and/or (c) trying to find productive ways to avoid reckoning with the piles of papers and exams on your desk ;-)

If you want to share your syllabus, please send a copy, preferably packaged as a single .pdf file, to secretary at sigcis.org together with a message giving SIGICS permission to post it on this page. If your syllabus exists on the web at a stable url, please include that as well as (or instead of) a .pdf.

Even if you don't have anything new to contribute or you don't teach in these areas, it is certainly worth the time to peruse our Repository and to appreciate the breadth and depth of the topics our members are teaching!  



Andrew L. Russell, Ph.D.
Director, Program in Science & Technology Studies
Assistant Professor, History
College of Arts & Letters
Stevens Institute of Technology
Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

t. 201-216-5400
f. 201-216-8245
arussell at stevens.edu

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