20710069 - LABORATORIO INFORMATICO PER GLI STUDI ANTICHISTICI

Purpose. The Laboratory introduces to the knowledge of the main IT resources for historical and philological studies on Classics, Late Antiquity and Middle Ages.

D'ANNA ALBERTO

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Programme

For Bachelor and Master's degree students.
Second semester. Hours: Wednesday, 2-5 pm, Laboratorio Informatico of the Area di Mondo Antico (LISA).
Course start: Wednesday, March 4, 2020.

The Laboratory introduces to the knowledge of the main informatic resources for the historical and philological studies related to Antiquity, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

- Introduction. Creation of a scientific bibliography; methods of citation. Tools for bibliographic research: bibliographic repertories; on-line consultation of catalogues (OPAC); on-line consultation of books and periodicals (open access and by subscription); on-line reviews.

- Analysis of literary texts: text databases; electronic dictionaries; software for text analysis and lexical research on Greek and Latin texts.

- Research of epigraphic and papyraceous sources; research and consultation of manuscripts.

Core Documentation

The teacher provides the didactic materials necessary for the carrying out of the Laboratory.

Reference Bibliography

T.Numerico-D.Fiormonte-F.Tomasi, L'umanista digitale, Bologna: il Mulino, 2010

Type of delivery of the course

Workshops will strictly combine theoretical aspect and practical application; therefore, they will take place in the laboratory of the Area di Studi sul Mondo Antico.

Attendance

Attendance is required, under penalty of exclusion from the Laboratory.

Type of evaluation

The verification of the knowledge and operational skills acquired will be carried out by means of a practical test on the use of the tools shown during the sessions. Credits acquired. Bachelor students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the curriculum as "abilità informatiche" or as "ulteriori conoscenze". Master students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the "ambito F".

D'ANNA ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

For Bachelor and Master's degree students.
Second semester. Hours: Wednesday, 2-5 pm, Laboratorio Informatico of the Area di Mondo Antico (LISA).
Course start: Wednesday, March 4, 2020.

The Laboratory introduces to the knowledge of the main informatic resources for the historical and philological studies related to Antiquity, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

- Introduction. Creation of a scientific bibliography; methods of citation. Tools for bibliographic research: bibliographic repertories; on-line consultation of catalogues (OPAC); on-line consultation of books and periodicals (open access and by subscription); on-line reviews.

- Analysis of literary texts: text databases; electronic dictionaries; software for text analysis and lexical research on Greek and Latin texts.

- Research of epigraphic and papyraceous sources; research and consultation of manuscripts.

Core Documentation

The teacher provides the didactic materials necessary for the carrying out of the Laboratory.

Reference Bibliography

T.Numerico-D.Fiormonte-F.Tomasi, L'umanista digitale, Bologna: il Mulino, 2010

Type of delivery of the course

Workshops will strictly combine theoretical aspect and practical application; therefore, they will take place in the laboratory of the Area di Studi sul Mondo Antico.

Attendance

Attendance is required, under penalty of exclusion from the Laboratory.

Type of evaluation

The verification of the knowledge and operational skills acquired will be carried out by means of a practical test on the use of the tools shown during the sessions. Credits acquired. Bachelor students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the curriculum as "abilità informatiche" or as "ulteriori conoscenze". Master students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the "ambito F".

D'ANNA ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

For Bachelor and Master's degree students.
Second semester. Hours: Wednesday, 2-5 pm, Laboratorio Informatico of the Area di Mondo Antico (LISA).
Course start: Wednesday, March 4, 2020.

The Laboratory introduces to the knowledge of the main informatic resources for the historical and philological studies related to Antiquity, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

- Introduction. Creation of a scientific bibliography; methods of citation. Tools for bibliographic research: bibliographic repertories; on-line consultation of catalogues (OPAC); on-line consultation of books and periodicals (open access and by subscription); on-line reviews.

- Analysis of literary texts: text databases; electronic dictionaries; software for text analysis and lexical research on Greek and Latin texts.

- Research of epigraphic and papyraceous sources; research and consultation of manuscripts.

Core Documentation

The teacher provides the didactic materials necessary for the carrying out of the Laboratory.

Reference Bibliography

T.Numerico-D.Fiormonte-F.Tomasi, L'umanista digitale, Bologna: il Mulino, 2010

Type of delivery of the course

Workshops will strictly combine theoretical aspect and practical application; therefore, they will take place in the laboratory of the Area di Studi sul Mondo Antico.

Attendance

Attendance is required, under penalty of exclusion from the Laboratory.

Type of evaluation

The verification of the knowledge and operational skills acquired will be carried out by means of a practical test on the use of the tools shown during the sessions. Credits acquired. Bachelor students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the curriculum as "abilità informatiche" or as "ulteriori conoscenze". Master students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the "ambito F".

D'ANNA ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

For Bachelor and Master's degree students.
Second semester. Hours: Wednesday, 2-5 pm, Laboratorio Informatico of the Area di Mondo Antico (LISA).
Course start: Wednesday, March 4, 2020.

The Laboratory introduces to the knowledge of the main informatic resources for the historical and philological studies related to Antiquity, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

- Introduction. Creation of a scientific bibliography; methods of citation. Tools for bibliographic research: bibliographic repertories; on-line consultation of catalogues (OPAC); on-line consultation of books and periodicals (open access and by subscription); on-line reviews.

- Analysis of literary texts: text databases; electronic dictionaries; software for text analysis and lexical research on Greek and Latin texts.

- Research of epigraphic and papyraceous sources; research and consultation of manuscripts.

Core Documentation

The teacher provides the didactic materials necessary for the carrying out of the Laboratory.

Reference Bibliography

T.Numerico-D.Fiormonte-F.Tomasi, L'umanista digitale, Bologna: il Mulino, 2010

Type of delivery of the course

Workshops will strictly combine theoretical aspect and practical application; therefore, they will take place in the laboratory of the Area di Studi sul Mondo Antico.

Attendance

Attendance is required, under penalty of exclusion from the Laboratory.

Type of evaluation

The verification of the knowledge and operational skills acquired will be carried out by means of a practical test on the use of the tools shown during the sessions. Credits acquired. Bachelor students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the curriculum as "abilità informatiche" or as "ulteriori conoscenze". Master students: the 6 CFU can be placed in the "ambito F".