Japan studies – University of Copenhagen

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It-certificate: Japan studies

’Hands on IT’
- techniques and functions
IT in academic context IT concept knowledge Critical and creative use of IT

Up- and download of files and programs, use of cloud storage

Litterature and information searching, inlcuding source critic ('information literacy') and knowledge on plagiarism

Basic autoBasal auto proof reading and editing of text documents

Internet resources (e.g. Ricai-chan, Hiragana-glasses, Kciku Japanese Kanji dictionary)

Bibliography tools (e.g. EndNote)

Graphical representation of data (e.g. Excel)

IT tools for working with the Japanese language (e.g. templates, vertical text, It-værktøjer til arbejde med Japansk sprog (fx templates, lodret tekst, mail correspondence with Japanese people)

Project management tools

Database, Editor

Japanese IT terms

Abbrevations in net addresses and so on

Critical assesment of use of IT tools

Presentation techniques for digital presentations

Critical use of translation tools