Where is the Humanity in the Computer Science Curriculum?

Where is the Humanity in the Computer Science Curriculum? (DML Central)
“Let us move from human-centered design to humanity-centered design.” — From the Copenhagen Letter I’ve been struggling to write this post for a long, long time. Every time I see calls for teaching coding to young people or to girls or to minorities, I get frustrated. First off, the need f...
Coding is not neutral and neither is cataloging. This is a great argument for requiring computer science  professionals to learn about the social impact of their work. I would argue that information and library science should do likewise.

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