ATTENDING students will have to demonstrate learning of the course contents through:
1) the development and presentation of a research project conducted with digital methods (group or individual work depending on the size of the classroom)
2) a final written test on the program reserved for attending students (see recommended bibliography)
Those who participate in at least 80% of the lessons that will take place in the second and third part of the course are considered to be attended.
NON ATTENDING students must demonstrate learning of the course contents through:
1) a final written test on the program reserved for non-attending students (see recommended bibliography)
Research projects will be evaluated with a score from 0 to 10 points. The following will give rise to excellence assessments: 1. the delivery on time of a project report demonstrating the possession of good theoretical and practical knowledge of the digital methods used and the ability to critically analyze the online research practices implemented, 2. an effective presentation of the project carried out (through the use of slides and terminology appropriate to the discipline). The score obtained for the project will be added to the mark obtained in the final written test.
The final written test will be based on a structured assignment in 5 closed-ended questions and 2 open-ended questions. The test will last 45 minutes. The closed-ended questions will each get 2 points if the answer is correct and 0 points if the answer is incorrect or missing. The open-ended questions will each get the maximum value of 10 points. The following will give rise to evaluations of excellence in the answers to the open questions: the possession of a good knowledge and understanding of the course contents, the ability to connect digital methods to the study of specific social phenomena, the possession of good critical and in-depth skills, the use of an appropriate lexicon with respect to the specificity of the discipline. The following will give rise to insufficient evaluations: difficulty in orienting towards the contents of the course, presence of serious training gaps, use of a vocabulary not appropriate to the discipline.
The written test will take place in the presence and / or remotely according to the provisions on the containment of the Covid-19 pandemic.