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UGEB 2101 Surviving in the Internet Age

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  • Professor: K.Y Hui
  • Language: Cantonese
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5.00

Course Description
This course is designed for students who are interested in the many challenges of a future where Internet plays a central role in society and our lives. Approaching from a technologist
angle, we explore how we should be living and surviving our personal, economical, ethical and
social life in this Internet age. In addition to lectures, a series of group discussion sessions are
offered to allow students to explore their own opinions and appreciate the openness of many
issues arising from the rapid technological advances. The topics include Internet culture and
netiquette, cyber­bullying and Internet ethics, virtual identity and security, Internet spying,
conducting business on the Internet and many other issues. No engineering knowledge is
required.
Assessment
50% participation
30% midterm-presentation
20% writing
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