School of Digital Sciences Prepares to Welcome its First StudentsPosted Aug. 1, 2011
With the beginning of the Fall 2011 semester only a month away, the School of Digital Sciences is ready to welcome its first group of students!
Sixteen students are currently enrolled in DSCI 10010 Society, Culture and the Digital Sciences, one of the major requirements. Taught by Dr. Richard Ferdig, from the School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences, DSCI 10010 will be offered online this semester.
Most of those students, along with some others, are also taking one or more of the other Digital Sciences courses required for some of the Digital Sciences concentrations. Twelve students are currently enrolled in DSCI 10310 My Story on the Web, an in-person and practical hands-on course on web design taught by Dr. Gordon (Joe) Murray, from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Eighteen students are currently enrolled in DSCI 15310 Computational Thinking and Programming, an online class taught by Dr. Michael Rothstein, from the Department of Computer Science.