15.0 h + 15.0 h
The aim of this course relating to the application of information technology to humanities and history, is to raise students' awareness of the possibilities which the use of computer science in their field represents.
During this course we will deal with the following in particular:
- introducing the students to information technology functionality and concepts and to the technical, legal and social challenges posed by the introduction of information and communication technologies, generally but also within their disciplines;
- becoming familiar with basic administrative software;
- exploring the possibilities offered by information technology for document research and processing information in their respective disciplines.
These lessons will include both elements of theory and practical work.
- Theoretical course
- Practical sessions in the information technology pool;
The final mark (/20) will be distributed as follows:
- theoretical section: 10 points (written exam)
- practical section: 10 points
- January session: Continuous assessment (tests) and submission of a work. Uncertified absence for continuous assessment or submitting an assignment late (or not at all) will result in a zero mark for the practical section.
- September session: exam at the computer workstation
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