A woman using a tablet on a city street at night
Technology-Mediated Communication
Instructor Tracy Worrell-Louallen
Course Number COMM-705-01
Jan 16, 2018
Starts
7 weeks
Length
24 Seats
Remaining

An inquiry into interactive media and how they exert a powerful influence on communicative practices and society. Positioned at the intersection of technology identity and culture interactive media are altering the ways in which people communicate in a wide range of contexts including education marketing civic discourse politics and popular culture. Applying theories about the relationship between communication technology and culture this course will explore the current and potential future impact of interactive electronic communication and the social changes that are occurring.

  • Price $1,035 per credit hour (2017-18 AY)
  • Credits

    3 credit hours

    This 7 week course requires students to spend approximately 19 hours a week on course work.

  • Enrollment Restrictions

    This course section is open to RIT Online students.

  • Related Programs
  • Request Information
    We’ll be in touch shortly.