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This course is designed to provide students with the basic skills required for successful computer use and to prepare them to readily work with office software tools: word processing, spreadsheets and presentation tools.
This course aims at introducing students to the fundamental management concepts, providing an integrated perspective of the different functional management areas. The course will combine a theoretical basis with an applied component, through the use of case studies and a group work project in an organization.
Provide the students with the knowledge of essential concepts regarding the technologies that support the creation, storage and communication of digital information, allowing students to use them effectively.
This includes computer architectures, operating systems (Windows and Linux), network architectures and services, as well as Web 2.0 technologies and services.
This course is designed to help students acquire skills in the different aspects of Internet programing. A special emphasis will be given to the World Wide Web, as a consistent interface for practically all other Internet applications in terms of structure and technology, documents creation, developing and maintaining sites and perspectives for future development.
This course aims at developing management competencies, integrating a solid theoretical basis with casa study discussion and the development of a project. The course will combine a strong theoretical basis with an applied component, through the use of case studies and a group work project in an organization.
To provide students with the necessary skills to respond to different information needs, enhancing contact with sources of information - general, scientific and technical - developing their ability to think critically throughout the reference process.
The objectives of this course are to provide students with knowledge and skills on processes, techniques and requirements engineering models, including analysis tools in the context of organizational information systems analysis. It is intended that given a situation of potential introduction or development of an information system in an organization, the student is able to participate in and / or conduct an analysis process that leads to the definition of technical and organizational requirements of this system.
The "Information Retrieval" unit assumes as its context the existence of large collections of information and the need for methods and tools for information retrieval on large heterogeneous collections.
1. Make the students feel the difference between structured and unstructured information and the difference between documents having associated descriptions or not.
2. Make the students familiar with the main concepts in textual information retrieval and their application in retrieval tools.
3. Use well-established methods in information retrieval to evaluate retrieval tools.
The goal of the course is to get the students familiar with databases both as components of information systems to be specified or managed and as information sources to be explored, enabling them to participate on the definition of an organizational data storage strategy.
This course focuses on the application of analytical methods to take better decisions and provides students with tools for modelling and optimization that will be very useful in various roles in several types of organizations (industry and services).
The main objective of this course is to convey students a global vision about the principles and techniques used in rational decision-making processes with multiple criteria and risk and uncertainty situations, stressing in particular the role of quantitative methods and qualitative issues.