The research goals are studying and evaluating the application of Personal Meaning Maps Methodology in museums' visitors' and university students' learning, competencies, and perception development. The study was conducted within the course "Museum Information Systems", implemented under the Program "Applied Informatics in Arts and Humanities⋯"of Saint Petersburg State University. Forty-nine third-year bachelors (19-22 years old) took part in the experiment. The PMM performed the following functions: a methodology for assessing the development of students' knowledge when studying a course during a semester (4 months), when visiting an exhibition in a multimedia centre of a Russian museum (2 hours), and also as a tool for implementing a comparative analysis of the obtained results Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the collected data showed that PMMs allow studying new knowledge of specialists in the field of Digital Humanities.

Digital humanities competencies development in various learning environments / C. Lucchiari, R. Folgieri, E. Gaevskaya, N. Borisov (CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS). - In: NESinMIS-2021 : New Educational Strategies in Modern Information Space - 2021 / [a cura di] T. Noskova, X. Piotrowska. - Prima edizione. - [s.l] : CEUR-WS, 2021. - pp. 20-32 (( Intervento presentato al 16. convegno New Educational Strategies in Modern Information Space, NESinMIS 2021 tenutosi a Saint-Petersburg nel 2021.

Digital humanities competencies development in various learning environments

C. Lucchiari
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R. Folgieri;
2021

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The research goals are studying and evaluating the application of Personal Meaning Maps Methodology in museums' visitors' and university students' learning, competencies, and perception development. The study was conducted within the course "Museum Information Systems", implemented under the Program "Applied Informatics in Arts and Humanities⋯"of Saint Petersburg State University. Forty-nine third-year bachelors (19-22 years old) took part in the experiment. The PMM performed the following functions: a methodology for assessing the development of students' knowledge when studying a course during a semester (4 months), when visiting an exhibition in a multimedia centre of a Russian museum (2 hours), and also as a tool for implementing a comparative analysis of the obtained results Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the collected data showed that PMMs allow studying new knowledge of specialists in the field of Digital Humanities.
ARCS Model; Blended Learning; Digital Competences; Digital Humanities; Digital Pedagogics; ELearning; Learning Design; Life Long Learning; Personal Meaning Maps; Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Settore M-PSI/01 - Psicologia Generale
Settore INF/01 - Informatica
Dipartimenti di Eccellenza 2018-2022 - Dipartimento di FILOSOFIA
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