GISDepartment of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies
FRI100ZAInformation and SocietyInformation and Society
MAY KRISTINE CARLONMay Kristine Carlon
授業コードなどClass code etc
|学部・研究科Faculty/Graduate school||GISDepartment of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies|
|旧授業コードPrevious Class code|
|旧科目名Previous Class title|
|キャンパスCampus||市ヶ谷 / Ichigaya|
|他学部公開（履修条件等）Open Program (Notes)|
|グローバル・オープン科目Global Open Program|
|成績優秀者の他学部科目履修制度対象Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers||○|
|成績優秀者の他学部科目履修（履修条件等）Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers (Notes)||制度ウェブサイトの3．科目別の注意事項 (1) GIS主催科目の履修上の注意を参照すること。|
|実務経験のある教員による授業科目Class taught by instructors with practical experience|
|アーバンデザインCPUrban Design CP|
|未来教室CPLearning for the Future CP|
|旧科目との重複履修Duplicate Subjects Taken Under Previous Class Title|
|カテゴリー（2020年度以降入学者）Category (commenced 2020 onwards)|
|カテゴリー（2016～2019年度入学者）Category (commenced 2016-2019)|
授業の概要と目的（何を学ぶか）Outline and objectives
Information is now a fundamental feature of the human experience: we consume, produce, and use it to make important decisions. In this course, we will be approaching information studies from the lens of human-computer interaction, data visualization, and analytics. We will be introducing the students to various aspects of information and society: our changing views, how we utilize it, the effects of technological advancements, and our responsibility.
At the end of this course, the students are expected to apply critical thinking to exercise responsible digital citizenship. They should be able to discuss how information affects them as individuals and as a society, evaluate information credibility, and exercise caution in presenting information.
この授業を履修することで学部等のディプロマポリシーに示されたどの能力を習得することができるか（該当授業科目と学位授与方針に明示された学習成果との関連）Which item of the diploma policy will be obtained by taking this class?
Will be able to gain “DP 1”, “DP 2”, “DP 3”, and “DP 4”.
授業で使用する言語Default language used in class
英語 / English
授業の進め方と方法Method(s)（学期の途中で変更になる場合には、別途提示します。 /If the Method(s) is changed, we will announce the details of any changes. ）
Each class will be kicked off with a short, retention check quiz. This will be followed by lectures, discussions, and activities covering the topics given in the weekly schedule. Each class will close with knowledge shares from students. Feedback will immediately be provided.
アクティブラーニング（グループディスカッション、ディベート等）の実施Active learning in class (Group discussion, Debate.etc.)
あり / Yes
フィールドワーク（学外での実習等）の実施Fieldwork in class
なし / No
An overview of the entire course will be introduced starting with the question, "What is information?"
2[対面/face to face]：Evolution of Information
A historical overview of the evolution of information will be presented: how was it disseminated and how has it grown through time.
3[対面/face to face]：Information Stakeholders
Custodianship, ownership, and access will be discussed.
4[対面/face to face]：Argumentation and Information
Critical thinking concepts such as fallacies will be reviewed. Examples where information was used for faulty argumentation will be presented.
5[対面/face to face]：Human Factors of Information Consumption
Cognitive biases will be reviewed and methods on how these biases were used to influence information consumption will be presented.
6[対面/face to face]：Information and Public Opinion
Landmark cases where information has swayed public opinion, both for the good and for the bad, will be discussed.
7[対面/face to face]：Midterm Reflection
Students will write a one-page reflection on the lessons learned thus far and will be given five minutes to present their reflection in class.
8[対面/face to face]：Big Data and AI
Big data in key sectors such as healthcare, education, and national security will be introduced. Enablers of big data (e.g., increased computing power, internet) will also be discussed.
9[対面/face to face]：Data and AI Ethics
Examples of algorithms and practices used with information and how they can potentially threaten the society will be presented.
10[対面/face to face]：Information Security
Information security (confidentiality, integrity, and accessibility) along with its related concepts (cybersecurity, cryptography) will be introduced.
11[対面/face to face]：Digital Footprint
Landmark cases where digital footprints were used, both for the good and for the bad, will be discussed.
12[対面/face to face]：Future of Information
Expert predictions on how the future will change as we advance in the knowledge economy will be explored.
13[対面/face to face]：Responsible Digital Citizenship
Protective and ethical measures to prevent misinformation and promote healthy information activism will be debated.
14[対面/face to face]：Final Examination and Wrap-up
An open-book closed-response timed exam will be administered.
授業時間外の学習（準備学習・復習・宿題等）Work to be done outside of class (preparation, etc.)
Students are expected to read the relevant material for the week prior to class to promote lively discussion. Students may optionally prepare short reports for knowledge sharing in advance. Preparatory study and review time for this class are 2 hours each.
All reference materials will be made available at the start of the term.
These texts are recommended but not required:
Tufte, E. R. (1990). Envisioning information. Graphics Press.
Mackenzie, I. S. (2013). Human-Computer Interaction. An Empirical Perspective.
O'Neil, C. (2016). Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy.
Midterm Reflection: 20%
Final Examination: 20%
学生の意見等からの気づきChanges following student comments