Digital Media & Social Computing/Web 3.0

Description

This course will cover a variety of topics related to the emerging area of social computing & digital media

Learning Outcomes

  1. The student will be able to apply critical thinking skills to assignments requiring the students to understand  ecommerce business opp for mobile content, software apps, location based services, online markets and mobile payment systems

  2. The student will undergo review & research of the continued explosive growth in Web 3.0 services such as Twitter, facebook and expansion of social marketing opportunities

  3. The student will gain an enhanced understanding of Social computing technologies and their uses, and will also investigate and outline the role of social computing in digital media development & manipulation

  4. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical component including interactions of online communities, physics and dynamics of complex systems, behavioural economics, social psychology and sociology

  5. The student will enhance their practical IT skills and will focus on how to design and use environments to succ support online communities and participative web apps with the use of modern digital technologies

Credits
05
% Coursework 100%