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Collaboration: University of Manchester and Ragged University By Steve McIndoe

The University of Manchester Library has been running a credit-bearing course unit called The Digital Society for the past two years as part of the University College programme.

This is an innovative attempt by the University to offer students a wider range of learning experiences and opportunities outside of their main programme of study. University College courses are open to all undergraduate students for all disciplines and the Digital Society course unit runs in the second semester of the academic year (broadly speaking, from January to May). Read more

Podcast: Privacy And Freedom In The Internet Age by Steve McIndoe

I am a librarian at the University of Manchester Library with fifteen years’ experience of working as an information professional in the business, government and Higher Education sectors and a keen interest in the impact of digital technology on society and culture. I got more closely involved in this subject through a request to develop an assessed academic module on the impact of digital technology on society. Read more