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Archivi ieri e oggi, a cura di Laura Giambastiani, Lucca, Maria Pacini Fazzi Editore, 2019.
This course aims to provide basic knowledge of Italian lexicography.
- Knowledge of the history of Italian lexicography and its main paper and computer tools;
- Knowledge of modern methodologies for historical and synchronic lexicography;
- Acquisition of basic concepts and the specific terminology of the discipline.
- Encouragement to make intelligent use of the university structure and course, as well as orientation and academic career management tools;
- Encouragement to participate intellectually and benefit from a proper approach to the student-professor relationship;
- Encouragement to share and make responsible use of the study resources provided by the course and faculty.
Lectures are frontal; they include partial use of computer tools and a basic demonstration of how they work.
Students are reminded that attendance at two thirds of the lectures is compulsory. Only part-time students who do not attend lectures are eligible for alternative examination procedures. These students must contact the professor at the beginning of the course to establish a specific study plan.
Type of Assessment
Type of Assessment -
The exam is oral for all students, even those who do not attend lectures and exchange students (Erasmus and other programmes); it may include practical tests on computer tools demonstrated during lectures.
The exam consists of three questions on the following specific parts of the course: 1) introduction to the discipline and its methodologies; 2) history of Italian lexicography; 3) main tools. The three specific parts may also be evaluated with one or two complex questions that cover all the areas. During the test, students may be asked to analyse materials discussed at lectures and made available through the e-learning platform.
Students must demonstrate sufficient knowledge in all parts to pass the exam.
The marks obtained in the three parts are totalled to yield the final mark.
The exam aims to assess:
- Knowledge of the history of Italian lexicography;
- Knowledge of modern methods used in lexicography;
- Ability to recognise various types of tools, their potential and limitations;
- Active and passive competence in the terminology of this discipline.