Professor: Kyle Eischen
Prerequisites: accepted based on application submitted
Grade Received: A
UCSC Class Description
“Teaches how to use social-enterprise methodologies to transfer information-communication technologies (ICT) to community and non-governmental organizations. Concepts include: globalization, info-exclusion, social justice, information revolution, global civil-society networks, social entrepreneurship, “open source” resources, web design, databases, networking.”
What I did
This class is structured as a lecture tuesday’s from 6-7:45pm and a tech lab thursday’s 6-7:45pm.
- In the lecture part, I learned what constitutes a informations and communicative technology project for social justice. Through case studies and one page write up’s on the readings I as was able to learn about globalization, info-exclusion, social justice, information revolution, global civil-society networks, social entrepreneurship.
- In the tech lab part, I took ‘Tech Essentials’. I learned the basic of technology that I should know today. I learned how to excel, microsoft office tricks, productivity softwares, and more!
Since learning and going through this program, I have become a fellow and integral member of the internal tech team. I even have been taken the two chances I have been given to improve ‘Tech Essentials’ tech lab. To see what I did to tech lab click the link here and check out the lab website.
Here are some examples of the work I produced in this class: