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Escola de Comunicações e Artes
 
Informação e Cultura
 
Disciplina: CBD0298 - English for Academic Purposes

Créditos Aula: 2
Créditos Trabalho: 0
Carga Horária Total: 30 h
Tipo: Semestral
Ativação: 01/01/2019 Desativação:

Objetivos
Features of academic writing (proof reading, editing, genres of academic writing), Apps and information literacy outline: searching, locating, evaluating and sharing information and lifelong learning.
 
Docente(s) Responsável(eis)
2148304 - Ivan Claudio Pereira Siqueira
 
Programa Resumido
1. Web tools to learn to learn in the digital age. 2. information literacy. 3. Databases and information retrieval methods. 4. Networking and collaborative planning. 5. Creative work and metadata. 6. Ethical information seeking behavior and ethical codes. 7. Creating a Community of learners. 8. Planning and presenting academic works. 9. Academic writing genres. 10. Web search engines and bibliographic references.
 
Programa
1. Web tools to learn to learn in the digital age: searching, locating, evaluating and sharing information in differents formats (HTML5, XML, PDF, CSS, Slides). 2. Information literacy outlines: use of digital tools and resources to integrate emerging technologies into a variety of strategies; identifying relevance in the digital environment with search engines (Google/Chrome, Mozilla, Yahoo); learning to personalize content on the web; digital citizenship concepts. 3. Presenting academic databases and other digital resources (thesaurus, online dictionary, museums, archives and information retrieval methods). 4. Networking and collaborative work (social networking websites, wikis, CMS). 5. Creative work and Metadata (Dublin Core DCMI, Learning Object Metadata). 6. Ethical information seeking behavior and thical codes (copyright, copyleft, plagiarism, academic thical issues). 7. Creating a community of learners (Massive Open Online Courses, Coursera, edX). 8. Planning and presenting academic works (conference, monography, webminar, seminar or poster). 9. Academic writing genres (Abstracts, Essay, Monography, Research Reports, Review, Proposals; Formality, Precision, Objectivity, Explicitness, Accuracy; Preliminaries, Main text, End matter). 10. Web search engines and bibliographic references (Google, Yahoo, Wolfram; MLA, APA, CSE; aggregators and bookmark tools).
 
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Bibliografia
     
GIBALDI, Joseph. The MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing. 3. ed. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2008. NESI, Hilary Nesi; SHEENA, Gardner Sheena. Genres Across the Disciplines: Student Writing in Higher Education. Cambridge University Press, 2012. SWALES, John; FEAK Christine. Academic Writing for Graduate Students. University of Michigan Press, 1994. TAYLOR, Gordon. The Student's Writing Guide: How to Plan and Write Successful Essays. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Wolfram, D., Wang, P. and Zhang, J. (2009). Identifying Web search session patterns using cluster analysis: A comparison of three search environments. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.60 (5) 896–910.
 

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