16692 - Computer Science Lab-based Course

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Academic Year 2017/2018

Learning outcomes

At the end of the laboratory students have knowledge to understand the basic structure of Internet, the most important tool of the World Wide Web (e-mail, instant messaging, social networking, ...) and the debate on the knowledge and network society; they are also able to use ICT to find, assess, produce, present and exchange information and to communicate and participate to collaborative networks on Internet; they can analyze and evaluate critically tools and technologies for teaching and learning; they are able to use ICT for critical thinking, creativity and innovation; they are able to use ICT to design, document, monitor and assess activities.

Course contents

Erasmus students can contact the teacher to get more information: labs are in Italian, so it is fundamental to have at least a level A2 in Italian. Each lab is 24 hours and you must attend all lectures (only 25% of absence).

It is also possible to preparare some materials (blended learning activities) in order to get the 3 ECTS (contact the professor for more information).

Readings/Bibliography

The teacher of your lab will give you recommended reading and other contents to study.

Teaching methods

This is a laboratory with practical exercises to be done during lectures and at home.

Assessment methods

Specific assessment can be agreed with the teacher of your lab. This Laboratory does not have grade, but "idoneità" (pass/fail evaluation).

Teaching tools

Lectures are usually in the computer lab with pc and interactive whiteboard

Office hours

See the website of Luigi Guerra