COMMON SEMINAR (e-learning) (Laboratory)

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COMMON SEMINAR (e-learning) (Laboratory)
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COMMON SEMINAR (e-learning) (Laboratory)
Subject area
L-ANT/10
Degree course
EUROPEAN HERITAGE, DIGITAL MEDIA AND THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
Course type
Laurea Magistrale
Credits
6.0
Teaching hours
Ore Attività frontale: 42.0
Academic year
2019/2020
Year taught
2019/2020
Course year
1
Language
INGLESE
Subject matter
INTERNAZIONALE
Professor
PRIMAVERA Milena

Course description

good knowledge of cultural heritage and computer skills

The Common Seminar is an interactive laboratory in which the students, according to their background in the field of archaeology, history and art, may integrate cultural heritage with ITC through thematic working group and practical applications.

Through the seminar work, the student must be able to develop implement their own ideas related to the enhancement and communication of cultural heritage, using different digital technologies

They will be able to create their own path of study, express their communication skills and acquire the skills related to the management of complementary resources available.

Further objectives that the student should acquire at the end of the course are:

- ability to analyze and synthesize information (acquire, organize and reformulate data and knowledge from different sources)

- ability to communicate effectively (transmit ideas in oral and written form in a clear and correct manner, appropriate to the interlocutor)

- ability to work in a group (know how to coordinate with others by integrating skills)

 

the Common Seminar consists of:

Seminar group work (e-learing), which requires the direct involvement of the student, called to deepen an aspect or an idea on enhancement and communication of cultural heritage and to present it to the teacher and colleagues.

 

The student will be evaluated on the basis of the quality and quantity of the contents exposed during the oral examination, the formal correctness of the exposition and the capacity for critical reflection and argumentation.

The overall assessment will also take into account the seminar activity during which the student will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria: content consistency and problem management skills, exhibition capacity and language properties, ability to work in a group.

The judgment will be expressed according to the criteria set out in the detailed table of the teaching Syllabus.

Date degli esami (date indicative)

11 Novembre 2019

27 Gennaio 2020

17 Febbraio 2020

14 Aprile 2020

The Common Seminar is an interactive laboratory in which the students, according to their background in the field of archaeology, history and art, may integrate cultural heritage with ITC through thematic working group and practical applications.

The bibliography will be provided by the teacher during the the seminars: the students will in fact be able to deepen some aspects through group work.

 

good knowledge of cultural heritage and computer skills

The Common Seminar is an interactive laboratory in which  students, according to their background in the fields of archaeology, history and art, may integrate Cultural Heritage knowledge with ITC through thematic working group and practical applications

Through the seminar work, students must be able to develop and implement their own ideas related to the enhancement and communication of Cultural Heritage, using different digital technologies.

They will be able to create their own path of study, express their communication skills and acquire the skills related to the management of complementary resources available.

Further objectives that the student should acquire at the end of the course are:

- ability to analyze and synthesize information

- ability to communicate effectively (transmit ideas in oral and written form in a clear and correct manner, appropriate to the interlocutor)

- ability to work in a group (know how to coordinate with others by integrating skills)

the Common Seminar consists of seminar group-work (e-learing), which requires the direct involvement of the student, called to deepen an aspect or an idea on enhancement and communication of cultural heritage  and to present it to the teacher and colleagues

The student will be evaluated on the basis of the quality and quantity of the contents exposed during the oral examination, the formal correctness of the exposition and the capacity for critical reflection and argumentation.

The overall assessment will also take into account the seminar activity during which the student will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria: content consistency and problem management skills, exhibition capacity and language properties, ability to work in a group.

 

8/06/2020

16/06/2020

14/07/2020

22/09/2020

Examination board: Milena Primavera (president), Girolamo Fiorentino, Paolo Gull

HOUrS 10:00 - teacher's office

 

  1. Subject and objective of the course

 

The Common Seminar is an interactive laboratory in which students, according to their background in the fields of archaeology, history and arts, may integrate cultural heritage with ITC through thematic working group and practical applications.

 

 

Text book

 

The bibliography will be provided by the teacher during the seminars: students will in fact be able to deepen some aspects through group work.

 

  1. Knowledge and skills to be acquired
  • The student will be evaluated on the basis of the quality and quantity of the contents exposed during the oral examination, the formal correctness of the exposition and the capacity for critical reflection and argumentation.
  • The overall assessment will also take into account the seminar activity during which the student will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria: content consistency and problem management skills, exhibition capacity and language properties, ability to work in a group.
  • The judgment will be expressed according to the criteria set out in the detailed table below.

 

 

  1. Prerequisite

Good knowledge of cultural heritage and computer skills

 

  1. Other Teachers involved

no

 

  1. Teaching methods

The Common Seminar consists of a Seminar group work (e-learing), which requires the direct involvement of the student, called to deepen an aspect or an idea on enhancement and communication of cultural heritage and to present it to the teacher and colleagues.

 

 

  1. Teaching material

The bibliography will be provided by the teacher during the seminars: the students will in fact be able to deepen some aspects through group work.

 

 

 

  1. Student evaluation

The student will be evaluated on the basis of the quality and quantity of the contents exposed during the oral examination, the formal correctness of the exposition and the capacity for critical reflection and argumentation.

The overall assessment will also take into account the seminar activity during which the student will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria: content consistency and problem management skills, exhibition capacity and language properties, ability to work in a group.

the mark will be expressed in thirtieth

 

 

How to book the exam

Students can register for the exam only using VOL system

 

The bibliography will be provided by the teacher during the the seminars: the students will in fact be able to deepen some aspects through group work

Semester
Secondo Semestre (dal 24/02/2020 al 29/05/2020)

Exam type
Obbligatorio

Type of assessment
Orale - Voto Finale

Course timetable
https://easyroom.unisalento.it/Orario

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