The 2020s—The Download on Computer Literacy in 1984 with Dr. Jeri Wieringa

Authors

  • Emma Welch University of Alabama

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/bsor.23156

Keywords:

2020s, 1984, Computer Literacy, Computer , Literacy, Download

Abstract

Beginning in 2020, the Bulletin feature known as The Download has been readers’ guide to the increasingly digital study of religion. For this issue, editorial assistant Emma Welch sat down with The Download’s Jeri Wieringa to discuss Robert A. Kraft’s “In Quest of Computer Literacy” and the legacy of the Bulletin series, Offline. Wieringa remarks on how the concept of computer literacy has evolved as a result of technological advancements and notes the subsequent challenges present in this new digital age.

Author Biography

Emma Welch, University of Alabama

Emma Welch, Editorial Assistant
Religion in Culture MA Program
University of Alabama

References

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Kraft, Robert A. 1984a. “Offline: Computer Research for Religious Studies.” The Council on the Study of Religion 15.1 (June 1984): 89–94.

Kraft, Robert A. 1984b. “In Quest of Computer Literacy.” Council for the Study of Religion Bulletin 15.2 (April 1984): 41–45.

Peters, Benjamin, (ed). 2016. Digital Keywords: A Vocabulary of Information Society and Culture. Princeton University Press.

Sottek, T.C. 2019. “EU broadens access to publicly funded scientific research.” The Verge, March 19, 2013. https://www.theverge.com/2013/3/19/4123120/eu-broadens-access-to- publicly-funded-scientific-research.

Wardrip-Fruin, Noah, and Nick Montfort (eds). 2003. The New Media Reader. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Published

2022-06-15

How to Cite

Welch, E. (2022). The 2020s—The Download on Computer Literacy in 1984 with Dr. Jeri Wieringa. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 50(4), 150–156. https://doi.org/10.1558/bsor.23156

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