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Teaching in the Age of Algorithms
What Can We Do?
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"At a practical level, individual instructors can look out for stories in the news that link their subject matter to issues of algorithmic justice: How does the digital surveillance of children influence child development? What information could help hospitals follow up with patients without introducing bias? How does microtargeting ads
for jobs and housing relate to the history of redlining?" (p.35)
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Alison J. Head, Barbara Fister, and Margy MacMillan, Information literacy in the age of algorithms: Student experiences with news and information, and the need for change (15 January 2020), Project Information Research Institute,