Written/oral and intermediate tests
The module is intended to provide the basic knowledge for the application of information technologies in the field of literary studies.
It will be: general principles of representation through formal languages, character coding, structure and description of the texts; electronic editions; programs for the quantitative analysis of the texts; added value of computer-aided analysis; storage mode and search for lyrics on the net.
The structure of the computer; the software; encoding of information; the compression; the databases; Cyber Security; internet networks, multimedia and hypermedia technologies; World Wide Web; natural and artificial languages languages; cultural, art and museums in the age of Web 2.0; the Digital Libraries and the interrelated management of sources and documents; Museums on the Web 2.0; Cataloguing and national and international standards; information research: an object and actors; metadata; the library as Information Retrieval System;the functions of the library; cataloging librarian; the stages of research; To search on the OPAC; evaluation of IR systems.
Marco Lazzari, Alessandra Bianchi, Mauro Cadei, Cristiano Chesi, Sonia Maffei
MC GRAW HILL
Exercises and lectures.