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August 2012 Synthetic Report

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  • Eurodidaweb August 2012 A synthetic report
  • Course Program• Monday - La «Sapienza» University – Piazza Aldo Moro, 5 - Roma -• Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday and Friday: DigiLab - La «Sapienza» University – Via dei Volsci 122, - Roma Lunedì – Monday: 9:00 - 14:00 Martedì – Tuesday: h14:00 - 19:00 = Sapienza University Digilab - Sapienza University Visit to Museo dell’Antichità Classroom 107 Mercoledì – Wednesday: h9:00 - 14:00 – Giovedì – Thursday: h9:00 - 14:00 = Digilab - Sapienza University Digilab – Sapienza University Classroom 107 Classroom 107 Venerdì – Friday / h 11:0 – 14:00 – Digilab – Sapienza University Classroom 107
  • Course sites and directionsEurodidaweb August 2012 Classroom calendar Classroom Hour begin Hour end Total Hour August 6, Monday AULA 107 9:30 15:30 6:00 August 7, Tuesday AULA 107 13:30 19:30 6:00August 8, Wednesday AULA 107 9:30 14:30 5:00 August 9, Thursday AULA 107 9:30 14:30 5:00 August 10, Friday AULA 107 14:00 17:00 3:00 Total hour* 25:00:00 hour * Academic hours are calculated together with didactic intervals: 45 + 15Oraganized by:F.C. Europacub Alberto PigliacelliTeachers: Prof.Stefano LaricciaClassroom directions:VETRERIA SCIARRAUniversità degli Studi La SapienzaDigilab Via dei Volsci 12200185 RomaFacoltà di Lettere Filosofia Scienze Umanistiche e Studi OrientaliGoogle Maps address:Direction to Sapienza Università di Roma• Monday - La «Sapienza» University – Piazza Aldo Moro, 5 - Roma -• Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday and Friday: DigiLab - La «Sapienza» University – Via dei Volsci 122, - Roma
  • Programme of the training activities (day by day)• FIRST DAY: Some historic perspective, the Web through the end of 2th. millennium. A whole new media, invented in 5 years. The years of the Web of Science. The Years of the Mass Web. Where we are going from here? Illusions and poverty of the WorldWideWeb. Laboratory: learning and teaching HTML trough the Web: simulation environment; on-line courses free and brilliant. What does it means today Web publishing. The Content Management System evolution. A specific stack of software to manage Web Pages, Links, News, Events Documents, Information and Knowledge.• SECOND DAY: The semantic and multimedia Web: a tool to share knowledge, a tool of cohesion: a powerful integration instruments for the European union and its peoples. A sight to the future: exchanging knowledge among the European cultures. A first individual approach to the technological tools that will be used during the course: The Zope/Plone stack, Moodle etc., an Open Source powerful yet easy Content management platform. Hypermedia and hypertextual communication elements; planning the multimedia project: our first web page with Plone: coping with HTML. Using the Wysywyg Editor. Importing Documents from other programs.• THIRD DAY: The concept of workflow: members, roles and rights tables and workflow; local rights and global rights; document workflows; creation, reviewing and publishing a resource. How to manage a group of publishers, reviewers and members. Using multimedia source: samples of Plone sites with multimedia contents. Heading forward Knowledge management: archetypes functions; vocabulary management; use of schedules form, construction download insertion, pictures and sound insertion, pictures touching up.• FOURTH DAY: Team work site construction: “Europaclub/Eurodidaweb site"; making a template for Plone or other; modifying the Style Classes (CSS) to produce a personal layout. .• FIFTH DAY: images in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility; use of some simple procedures written in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility.
  • Programme of the training activities (Objectives)• Preparation• Prerequisites: knowledge of basic Windows 2000/ XP operating system; personal computer basic knowledge; office automation basic skills. The course will be held at “La Sapienza" University and SMS “Piranesi” - Rome - Italy• Objectives• The course is organized in two modules, plus an on line verification and assistance during a period of six months post course. The 2 modules will be taught during in the same days, one following the other. Usually is better to start with a theory session, opening the practice session in the second part of the day. 1° Module: History and evolution of the web applications. Objective: Learn how to select the right technology for you: old and new methods, old and new languages in the Web information and knowledge sharing. Objective: Learn how to organize the server infrastructure; selection and utilization of hardware and software instruments suitable for the publishing, selection of hardware and software for a Workstation to produce web pages, Objective: hypermedia and hypertestual communication elements; the multimedia project. Internet and WorldWideWeb server sites and portals. Creation of a document with html, files and títles: “Eurodidaweb /Europaclub" of texts and of paragraphs, colours and back grounds and link production. 2° Module: Applying all that competence. The project and realization of a WEB site: historical, artistic, and archaeological patrimony of the participants’ regions. ASSESSMENT of the knowledge reached by participants. Objective: Learn how to use methods, languages and tools to effectively produce a web portal. Objective: Learn how manage information, documents, lay-out styles ; Learn how to organize anda manage user profiles, user rights, and authentication Objective: Learn how to provide feedback and training to your users/pupils• Methodology• The course is organized in two modules, plus an on line verification and assistance during a period of six months post course. The 2 modules will be taught during in the same days, one following the other. Usually is better to start with a theory session, opening the practice session in the second part of the day• Follow-up• Experts in hypermedia and in planning web pages for didactic purposes•
  • Course Report Day 1Lunedì – Monday: h9:00 - 14:009:00 Sapienza University – Faculty of Lettere and FilosofiaMuseo dell’Arte Classica11:00 Digilab - Aula 107 Via dei Volsci 122Participants self-introduction:• My professional profile• My job and my work context• My country
  • Course Report Day 2Martedì – Tuesday: h14:00 - 19:00Digilab - Sapienza University• Theory: Some historic perspective, the Web through the end of 2th. millennium. A whole new media, invented in 5 years. The years of the Web of Science. The Years of the Mass Web. Where we are going from here? Illusions and poverty of the WorldWideWeb.• Laboratory: learning and teaching HTML trough the Web: simulation environment; on-line courses free and brilliant. What does it means today Web publishing. The Content Management System evolution. A specific stack of software to manage Web Pages, Links, News, Events Documents, Information and Knowledge.• Theory: The semantic and multimedia Web: a tool to share knowledge, a tool of cohesion: a powerful integration instruments for the European union and its peoples. A sight to the future: exchanging knowledge among the European cultures.• Laboratory: A first individual approach to the technological tools that will be used during the course: The Zope/Plone stack, Moodle etc., an Open Source powerful yet easy Content management platform. Hypermedia and hypertextual communication elements; planning the multimedia project: our first web page with Plone: coping with HTML. Using the Wysywyg Editor. Importing Documents from other programs.
  • Course Report Day 3Mercoledì – Wednesday: h 9:00 - 14:00Digilab - Sapienza University• Theory: The concept of workflow: members, roles and rights tables and workflow; local rights and global rights; document workflows; creation, reviewing and publishing a resource. How to manage a group of publishers, reviewers and members.• Laboratory: Using multimedia source: samples of Plone sites with multimedia contents. Heading forward Knowledge management: archetypes schemata and functions; vocabulary management; use of schedules form, construction download insertion, pictures and sound insertion, pictures touching up
  • Course Report Day 4Giovedì – Thursday: h 9:00 - 14:00Digilab – Sapienza University• Theory: The “Home on the Web” concept. Client side of my Personal Knowledge Home. The usage of more and more sophisticated Personal Productivity Tools (Lastpass, TabCloud, Xmarks…). Server side of our Personal Knowledge Home. Plone, a CMS perfectly suited as one of the best “aggregator tools suite”• Laboratory: Team work site construction: “Europaclub/Eurodidaweb site"; making a template for Plone or other; modifying the Style Classes (CSS) to produce a personal layout. Images in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility; use of some simple procedures written in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility.
  • Course Report Day 5Venerdì – Friday: h 11:00 - 13:00Digilab – Sapienza University• Images in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility; use of some simple procedures written in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility.• Laboratory: Team work site construction: “Europaclub/Eurodidaweb site"; making a template for Plone or other; modifying the Style Classes (CSS) to produce a personal layout. Images in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility; use of some simple procedures written in a Plone site or other with the internal upload facility.