AP/HIST2820 3.0 M: How to Think About Technology

Offered by: HIST


Winter 2025






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course asks how we should think about technology. Focusing on one of the most complex and powerful categories for organizing our world, it explores how our relationship with technology has always been about more than material objects: it has been a way to define, dismantle, and reshape our relationships to nature, knowledge, society, the past and the future. NOTE: This course fulfills 3.00 credits of International Development Studies for Lassonde concentration requirement.

Course Start Up

Course Websites hosted on York's "eClass" are accessible to students during the first week of the term. It takes two business days from the time of your enrolment to access your course website. Course materials begin to be released on the course website during the first week. To log in to your eClass course visit the York U eClass Portal and login with your Student Passport York Account. If you are creating and participating in Zoom meetings you may also go directly to the York U Zoom Portal.

For further course Start Up details, review the Getting Started webpage.

For IT support, students may contact University Information Technology Client Services via askit@yorku.ca or (416) 736-5800. Please also visit Students Getting Started UIT or the Getting Help - UIT webpages.

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