Course: CRT 250: Critical Data Literacy Course Hub

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CRT 250: Critical Data Literacy Course Hub
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Academic Literacy and Linguistics
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Spring 2023
Course Description

Critical Data Literacy is a course designed to help students acquire higher-level inductive reasoning skills. Students will develop understanding of various ways to model practical problems using statistical and probabilistic reasoning. The course will focus on foundational methods of critical reasoning under uncertainty and will aim at helping students understand the philosophical and conceptual background of the effort to draw appropriate conclusions on the basis of partial information. It will explore the relationship between truth and data, helping students understand the philosophical underpinnings of concepts such as probability, certainty, conjecture, inference, and data-based reasoning. The course will also explore the main challenges of inductive thinking and help students recognize fallacies in data interpretation.
Prerequisite: Any 100-level CRT or PHI course

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