|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||INF/01|
To learn how to use computers and some application programs through theoretical lessons and practical exercises.In particular, basic notions are provided for the use of computers in scientific applications (hardware, software, information, representation, text editors, spreadsheets and presentations).
The course aims to introduce the student to the use of the LibreOffice suite (in particular the Calc spreadsheet), with the aim of making him able to
In order to use spreadsheets properly, the student must have basic mathematical skills and reasoning and analytical skills, typically covered by mathematics courses in the first year.
Teaching takes place over 10-12 weeks, each of which normally includes either 2 hours of classroom lessons or 3 hours of guided laboratory (which could take place, at least in part, remotely using the teams platform).
During the semester there will be an assessment done during class time (with booking and submission on AulaWeb) and home exercises (working in a group).
The course includes introductory lessons followed by guided workshops on how to
The teaching material (including any video recordings) will be made available on aulaweb.
It is also possible to consult and download the documentation in English on LibreOffice from https://documentation.libreoffice.org/en/english-documentation
VITO PAOLO PASTORE (President)
GIANNA REGGIO (President Substitute)
EUGENIO MOGGI (Substitute)
STEFANO ROVETTA (Substitute)
The exam consists of a laboratory exercise in analyzing data using Calc, which may also include producing a short document using Writer.
The exam is considered passed by those who have satisfactorily completed the assessment and the home exercises during the course.
The laboratory exercise verifies the ability to properly use the LibreOffice suite.