CDIH/DWILI students will:
- Identify parallels and discrepancies between information in digital and traditional formats in order to reflect on their existing digital practices, critique established systems of information production and organization, and develop strategies for adjusting to a continuously evolving information environment.
- Evaluate user-generated information in a variety of participatory online environments in order to create, share, and interact with digital information effectively and ethically.
- Analyze information from rhetorical and/or theoretical perspectives via digital annotation, computational analysis, collaborative interaction, and various forms of technologically-informed “reading.”
- Effectively argue a position, i.e., produce information, in light of critical evaluation and analysis, in particular, via the production of media-based texts/artifacts that persuade by way of multi-modal writing.