Location: Bennington College
Term(s): Spring 2012
Class size: 16
What is information? How do you measure it? Is information perishable? Is it scarce? Understanding what information is and how (and whether) it can be created, shared, manipulated, or destroyed is increasingly critical in understanding science, public policy, and civic engagement. This course will explore how our understanding of information has changed over the past 100 years and how that understanding changes how we behave individually and collectively.
|Time:||T/Th 10:10 – 12:00 noon|