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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 401

Introduction to Information Technology
This course is designed to help students who have no technical background to acquire basic knowledge, skills, and self-confidence which are necessary to live as a responsible citizen in this information age and to analyze modern Asian societies that are increasingly dependent on information and communication technologies.
Lectures will be accompanied by hands-on sessions.
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4974010
GII-IA6401L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 401
原田 至郎
S1
月曜4限、月曜5限
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図書館研究所学部等 学際情報学府本館6階・実験室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
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NO
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授業計画
(Some classes are extended based on agreement with students.) Schedule: (Being revised due to the students' inconvenience.) Regular slot: Monday 4th and 5th period (14:55-16:40, 16:50-18:35) Regular venue: III Main Bldg. 6F *Subject to changes based on consultation with participants. (1)(2) April 8 Introduction, Binary, Hexadecimal, User Interface (3)(4) April 15 Digital Information and Binary/Hexadecimal Revisited, Character Encoding (5)(6) April 22 Logic Circuit, CPU Emulator (No classes on April 29 / May 6) (7)(8) May 13 Low/High Level Languages, Algorithm (9)(10) May 20 Information Content, Entropy, Network, Internet Governance (11)(12) May 27 Cryptography, Security, Privacy (13)(14) June 3 Conclusion, Final Exam *Please remember to bring your laptop PC to the classroom. Planned topics: Digital Information - Analog and digital expression of information - Binary/Hexadecimal numeration system - Character encoding Computer - Structure of Computer - Logic gates and calculation using electric circuits - Algorithm - Basic programming - User interfaces Network - Telephone and Internet - Local area network (Ethernet) - Wireless communication - Internet/internet (TCP/IP) - How does the email or www work? Information Systems and Security - Server/Client - P2P - Cloud computing - Risks and countermeasures - Encryption and digital signature Management - Standardization - Internet governance - IT-related ethics and laws Others
授業の方法
Lecture and practice
成績評価方法
Active participation in the class: 60% Final examination: 40% (It may be changed based on the discussion in the first class.)
教科書
Not specified.
参考書
Relevant online and/or offline resources will be introduced for each topic.
履修上の注意
This course is provided in principle for the ITASIA program's students at the GSII, but other students' registration may be negotiable in the first class considering the total number of students. For those enrolled in the ITASIA Master's program, this course is one of the required courses. Each participant is required to bring a Wi-Fi-ready laptop PC to the classroom.