Clickbait, Bias, and Propaganda in Information Networks

We’re offering a new course in Spring 2019 – a .5 credit course offered in the second half (so potentially helpful for students who have to withdraw from a course and want a way to keep make progress toward graduation). Here’s our proposed description: This 

Reading Workshop

Guess what: our students love to read for pleasure. They told us as much when we conducted a study. They also told us they don’t have time to do it during the school year, so we cooked up a low-stakes pass-fail course that students can 

Information Fluency

For over ten years, we’ve offered a small seminar course for students planning to go to graduate or professional school or who are simply interested in learning more about how to do research, NDL 301: Information Fluency. It’s a .5 credit course that pairs well