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INF 608 Social Computing
Department: PhD in Computer Science
Module Description: This course teaches students how to use computing techniques and artefacts to support, mediate, and understand aspects of social behaviours and social interactions. Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr are only few examples of how computers changed our social behaviour. The purpose of this course is to obtain deeper understanding about how these technologies influence.
No textbook. Course materials consist of a set of readings assigned by the instructor.
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