Web and Cooperation

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Module
representative
Kristian Fischer
Credits 12
Term Term 3, Term 4
Workload 300 h


News

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AuthorNewstextDetailsReference
8 May 2012Christiane Grünloh"Social Issues in Web Applications" is renamed to "Web and Cooperation" with immediate effectRenaming of module Social Issues in Web ApplicationsWeb and Cooperation


Learning outcomes

Attending the courses of the module, the students learn to provide and discuss conceptual designs, analysis and evaluations of web applications as socio-technical systems.

The students know the essential concepts and methods of „Computer Supported Collaborative Work“ (CSCW). They are able competently contribute to a scientific discourse, critically analyzing the adequacy of theses concepts and methods for applications in the web.

The students know essential concepts and methods of „Social Networks Theory and Architecture“.They are able competently contribute to a scientific discourse, critically analyzing the mutual influence of social networks and structures, processes, and strategies of enterprises.

From the point of view of media psychology, the students are able to critically discuss the interplay of web applications and the behavior of individuals or groups.

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