The exam is divided into two parts. The first involves the realization of a small project aimed at demonstrating the practical application of the concepts and methodologies learned. The second is a written test to evaluate the theoretical notions.
The general objective of the course is to teach the fundamental concepts that regulate computer and web and introduce methodologies of analysis and design related to the web communication channels. The course's specific objective is to explore the potential of IT in tourism, both through the application and use of web and cloud tools, and through the analysis and design of information systems related to the theme of tourism. This course will start from learning the basic concepts of information technology and regulating web communications. Concepts that will then serve to carry out qualitative and quantitative analysis on some cases of web services and web portals. Finally, the lessons learned will come together in the planning and eventual realization of a small tourist service with the help of the tools learned during the course.
Key Concepts on Information Technology
The basics of information technology and the rules that determine the communication of information on the web.
Tools and Technologies
Exploring and applying the most modern tools for creating, managing, and sharing information.
Web and social
Analysis of web tourism services and introduction to the world of social networks. Understanding of possible application scenarios.
Documentation and slides published on the e-learning platform.
The course includes 38 hours of frontal lessons and 12 hours of laboratory exercise. All of this is provided by the lecturer in the course.