Besides learning how to create technology solutions, it's also important to understand the broader context of how computing impacts society. For example:
How do new developments in computing technology affect society?
What are the social and ethical concerns with the use (or misuse) of technology?
What career pathways are available in computing?
You’ll conduct research to learn more about certain topics in computing. Then you’ll share and discuss your research findings with other people.
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