Syllabi

Here are some of the syllabi from the courses I’ve taught over the last few years.

The formatting on some of the syllabi is less than optimal because they were copied from my old wiki.

These are not all of my syllabi. I have syllabi dealing with globalization, cosmopolitan democracy, political theory, internet policy, information technology ethics, and other topics that I have taught also. This is just a sample. If you are interested in a specific course that I have listed on my vitae, please email me and I will try to provide information about it:

  • Political Communication: Politics Online was a summer course taught over six weeks for undergraduate students.
  • Comparative Political Economy: The internet was a summer course taught over six weeks for undergraduate students.
  • Contemporary Democratic Theory was a summer course taught over six weeks for undergraduate students.
  • Introduction to Media is a one semester, introductory course which I taught at UIC for two Semester.  It is aimed at freshman and sophomore students.
  • Honors Seminar in Scholarly Communication: Ethnographic Methods was the second part of a two course series that is a core course for undergraduate honors majors.
  • Technology and Society is a second year course that engages theories of technology and society in an active learning mode centering on exercises that engage ‘what is technology?’, “technological discourses”, “iconic images of technology” and “the design and production of technology”.
  • Communication and Culture: Senior Seminar for Communications Majors is one of several senior seminars that undergraduate students can choose at UIC.
  • Internet Studies is a senior seminar at Wilfrid Laurier University in which students engage and develop written research combined with exploratory research methods in internet studies.
  • Making as Communication is a senior seminar at Wilfrid Laurier University in which students engage in the creation of a physical or digital object that exemplifies one area of their studies in Communication Studies.
  • Projects in Digital Archives was a graduate class that I taught at the Pratt Institute School of Library Science
  • Internet Resources for the Internet Professional was a graduate class that I taught at the Pratt Institute School of Library Science.
  • E-governance is a course for Political Science and Master of Public and International Affairs graduate Students at Virginia Tech.
  • Collaborative Governance and Civil Society is a graduate course for Government and International Affairs, Urban Affairs and Planning, and Political Science graduate students at Virginia Tech.
  • Public Policy Analysis is a graduate course in which students research and develop the skills to perform public policy analysis.  It is for Public and International Affairs students and Political Science students.
  • Critical Internet Studies is a graduate course taught at Wilfrid Laurier University in which students engage in researching and defining the field of critical internet studies from a variety of possible critical theoretical perspectives.

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