Information Literacy (Lectures) University of Tsukuba
This course teaches basic knowledge of computers, the Internet and the social positioning of computers. Students learn how computer systems are made, about the structure of the Internet, information security, as well as intellectual property rights and information ethics.
1. Acquire a sense of ethics required in the information society and the information literacy essential for using Internet services. 2. Ability to understand and explain the proper use of computers and the Internet. 3. Understand and explain the terms, mechanisms, and principles of computers, operating systems, the Internet, and information security.
Related to "data and information literacy".
Weeks 1-4: on demand lectures -Course outline: History of Computers, IT and Society, Information Environment and Important Notes at the University of Tsukuba -Information ethics: intellectual property rights, citation manners, personal information, privacy protection -Information security: passwords, Internet risks and safety measures, cryptography -Basics of computing: number representation, character representation, encoding, data volume, data structure, logical operation, program, programming language, algorithm, computational complexity -Computer systems: five functions, operating systems Information and communication technology: network and communication basics, web and e-mail mechanisms Week 5: Overall review, final examination, and feedback (face-to-face)
Online Course Requirement
Remarks ForStudents in English Program. Lectures are conducted in English. Online(partially face-to-face) Check manaba for details. Other(Behavioral expectations and points to note for students during coursework) The classes will be conducted as follows: Weeks 1-4: online, on-demand Week 5: face-to-face
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Simona Vasilache Office hours are set online for about 75 minutes a week, using Microsoft Teams. Details will be announced on manaba before the first class.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university