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AIMS AND CONTENT
The course provides the basic tools for understanding the process of technological evolution and digitisation in the institutional and substantive law of the European Union. At the end of the course students will acquire normative knowledge, will be able to identify open problems and will acquire critical and autonomous thinking skills
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The course is aimed at acquiring specific skills with regard to the main EU policies relating to digitization, through an in-depth study of the various areas in which the European Union holds competences for the implementation of the so-called "digital transition". The role of the Member States in the implementation of European policies in the area in question will also be analyzed. In this context, the course aims at providing students with the knowledge necessary to understand and operate with the institutions and rules of the sector. Particular consideration will be given to, inter alia, the new strategic lines adopted and being implemented by the European institutions (including the European digital agenda for the decade 2020-2030 and the 2019-2024 political guidelines of the European Commission), with the analysis of tools and perspectives relating to different subjects. Specific attention will be paid to the European Union as a promoter of the so-called "Digital transition", the institutional structure created by the Lisbon Treaty for this purpose, as well as the coordination relations with the Member States developed in this area. These skills will allow students to better fit into European professional contexts.
Frontal lessons with contextual streaming on TEAMS. The TEAM code for lectures, as well as the teaching materials are uploaded on the aulaweb page to which students are invited to register.
If the training needs that will be expressed by the attending students require it, forms of teaching can also be organized that provide for the involvement of students, such as discussions and workshops.
i) The role and competences of the European Union in the digital sector, with particular reference to the institutional structure outlined by the Lisbon Treaty; ii) European strategies in the field of digitization and future planning, the digital transition as a cross-cutting objective (including the coordinated development of artificial intelligence at European level); iii) The Conference on the future of Europe and results in terms of digitization; iv) Digitization and civil judicial cooperation; v) The Digital Single Market; vi) The role of digitalization in achieving the goal of climate neutrality by 2050; vii) PNRR and digitization.
Reference texts for students attending classes:
notes taken in class, supplemented by the reading of scientific articles and materials that will be made available on the Aulaweb page of the course.
Reference texts for students not attending classes:
Scientific articles and materials that will be made available on the Aulaweb page of the course.
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: The student reception can take place in person or on the Teams platform, before or after the lesson or by appointment.
EDMONDO MOSTACCI (President)
FRANCESCA MAOLI (President Substitute)
See DISPI's didactic calendar.
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The exam is oral and will take place in presence.
Students attending classes will be given the possibility to sustain a written text at the end of the course.
The exam aims to verify the acquisition, by the candidate, of in-depth knowledge in relation to the topics covered by the teaching. The evaluation of the oral exam also takes into account the presentation methods, including the use of appropriate legal terminology, as well as the skills of critical analysis and personal re-elaboration of the topics addressed.
It is suggested to subscribe to the Aulaweb page of the course to be updated on new materials and/or important communications.