|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||ING-INF/05|
The course aims to present how Digital Technologies impact Communication in the current Digital Age. Through a reflection on the evolution of human-machine interfaces, operating systems, computer networks, and web technologies, the course aims to provide the cognitive tools, the methodological competences and the operational skills necessary to be aware of a critic and correct use of ICTs in the XXI century.
The main aim of the class is to help students develop a “digital user awareness”. Through a theoretical and methodological analysis of the user’s experience of the main Operation Systems and computer networks – from Internet to Cloud and 5G – students will acquire digital competences required of today’s digital world and the new professions in Social & Media Content Production.
Know the principles of Digital Communication, Human-Machine Interaction and Operating Systems.
Know the principles of operation of the Internet and Computer Networks.
This course has as a prerequisite the course of "Technologies and Languages for Digital Humanities" (1st year)
The Digital Communication course has compulsory attendance. It will be delivered through lessons delivered in IDD (integrated digital teaching), mixing Flipped Classroom and Peer Instruction, with tutorials / guided exercises (in laboratory, even virtual) and extra-curricular seminars for thematic study.
The course is associated with some MOOC video courses (both in English and in Italian), freely available on Internet or with UnigePass access on Aulaweb and on the EduOpen platform. In particular, the video courses recommended in the "Texts / Bibliography" section will allow the acquisition of credits in order to pass the exam.
1. Digital Communication and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) (3 hours)
2. Human-Machine Interaction and Operating System Architectures (12 hours)
3. Internet, TCP / IP, Data Web and Internet of Things (12 hours)
4. Languages and Technologies for the Web (24 hours)
5. New frontiers of digital communication (3 hours)
Office hours: In attendance: by appointment via e-mail at the DIBRIS (office S04, Villa Bonino 2nd floor) in Viale Francesco Causa 13, Genoa or at the 3DLabFactory (room T.008, Palazzina Lagorio, ground floor), Campus di Savona, Via A. Magliotto 2, Savona Remote call: by appointment via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org During the semester the teacher will be available at the end of the planned activities, always by appointment, except impediments.
GIANNI VIARDO VERCELLI (President)
MAURO COCCOLI (Substitute)
MARCO MARATEA (Substitute)
In order to take the exam, 2 methods are possible, mutually exclusive to each other:
MODALITY A) (written and oral exam, for "attending" and "not attending" students)
Written test (consisting of online test on knowledge and practical test on skills), followed by oral colloquium to be held EXCLUSIVELY ON OFFICIAL APPEAL DATES. Enrollment is mandatory electronically via the online exam booking service established by the University.
MODALITY B) (Intermediate essays during the course, only for "attending" students)
During the course there is a continuous evaluation through classroom activities, in the laboratory and remotely on the Aulaweb and EduOpen platforms, with the achievement of the relative scores which will allow access to the individual final test (expected at the end of the course, on DATE NOT NECESSARILY COINCIDENT WITH THE OFFICIAL APPEAL DATES).
The method of assessing skills will be diversified according to frequency.
|11/01/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|26/01/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|09/02/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|08/06/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|29/06/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|12/07/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|07/09/2022||09:30||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|