07276 - Computer Science

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Industry, innovation and infrastructure Sustainable cities Responsible consumption and production

Academic Year 2019/2020

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course students will have got knowlegde of all main e-government authentication systems.
Moreover they will be able to use online services provided by Italian government bodies such as INPS, INAIL, Italian Revenue Agency, Local Chambers of Commerce.
Lastly they will easily consult documentary databanks.

Course contents

First Part: Digital identity

- Authentication
- Authentication systems
- Public digital identity system (SPID)
- Biometrics
- Electronic signatures and registered electronic delivery

 

Second Part: Italian e-government systems

- Entry in the Register of firms
- Online compulsory communications
- Italian Revenue Agency Service Provider
- INPS Service Provider
- INAIL Service Provider
- SUAP Service Provider
- Lay magistrates internet service (SIGP)
- Passport-on-line service
- Electronic billing

 

Third Part: E-documentation

- From files to documentary databanks
- Electronic documents and their retrieval

Readings/Bibliography

AA. VV. (a cura di Monica Palmirani e Michele Martoni), Informatica Giuridica per le Relazioni Aziendali, Torino, Giappichelli, 2012: cap. 2.

Francesco Tura, Le operazioni in rete nelle attività lavorative, Bologna, Esculapio, 2019.

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons.

Three self-assessment tests will be organised during term time. Students can perform them by using books and notes. Such tests do not involve any evaluation.

Assessment methods

Written test with six open answering questions regarding many themes relevant to the ones listed in Course contents. Maximum time: 90 minutes.

Oral test (only one question regarding a theme relevant to the ones listed in Course contents) on student's request: in that case the final vote can differ at most of three units (more or less) compared to the written test evaluation.
Even students who achieve an evaluation correspondig to 16/30 or 17/30 in the written test may ask to take the oral test, but in that case the final evaluation cannot exceed 18/30.

Students accepting the result of the written test can verbalise it in the teacher's office hours within six months after taking the test. No email verbalisation is contemplated in any case.

Students who do have not signed up in the dedicated list within its expiration date (seven days before) cannot absolutely take the test. Students having technical or burocratic problems in signing up must contact the teacher before the expiration date.

Teaching tools

Textbooks and slides illustrated during the lessons.

Office hours

See the website of Francesco Tura