IS Forum 2006
Materials for the debate:
International Medieval Congress 2001 IMI - University of Leeds, England 9-12 July 2001 Medioevo Italiano Project, THE WORLD WIDE WEB AND THE ´MEDIO AEVUM´: ITALY AND BEYOND Acts (see Rassegna storica online 3, 2001) (papers of Angelo Gambella, Roberta Fidanzia, Orietta da Rold).
The Acts of the 1st forum and other materials have been published on 24 March 2003 in «Storiadelmondo», dedicated to the link History - Internet. This can be taken as the referring-to edition. The authors are Pia Grazia Celozzi Baldelli, Amedeo Lepore, Luigi M. Reale, Maurizio Vittoria, Elena Baldassarri, Marino Micich, Mimma de Maio. In 2003 Archives (green headline, in Italian) indexes and texts can be found.
Number 14 of the review Storiadelmondo (29 Sept. 2003) contains contributions on the informatics applications to Medieval Studies, ed. by Claudio Attardi, Orietta Da Rold, Angelo Gambella, Jordan Tabov et al.
The Acts of the 2nd forum and other materials have been published on 15 March 2004 in Storiadelmondo # 22 with papers of: Sergio Chierici, Monica L'Erario, Gianni Rapetti, Luigi M. Reale, Marco Marandola, Gennaro Tedesco, Paul Arpaia, Using Computer-Mediated Instruction in History Classes, Christopher S. Harris, Teaching with Computers in America: Some Thoughts and Analysis. In 2004 Archives (yellow headline, in English) are available other materials.
Jordan Tabov e Lydia Tabova, Searching for Dark Ages.
The Acts of the 3rd forum and other materials have been published in Storiadelmondo # 33. Papers of Marco Menicocci, Gennaro Tedesco, Antonella Traverso, David Bryson, Sergio Chierici, Andrea Bacianini, Roberta Fidanzia, Drew E. VandeCreek, Tara Dirst and Ben Kinney.
Quaderni del Medioevo Italiano Project:
The publisher’s site. For overseas orders we suggest Casalini (international bookseller).
Internet e Storia ed. by Roberta Fidanzia and Angelo Gambella, Quaderni del Medioevo Italiano Project, Drengo, Roma, 2002. ISBN 88-88812-00-8.
The first part of the volume, within the social aim of MIP, intends to offer an overview on the condition of History on-line. The section contains some interviews to authors of selected web-sites concerning History and Human Studies in general. They have been selected according to precise criteria: the historical-scientific quality of the contents they offer; the reliability of the authors; the ease in reading the intervention. There are also some interviews to university teachers and researchers and independent scholars and researchers. The interview criteria are based on the need of uniformity of exposition of all authors’ works, so to make easier for any reader the main passages on which the building of a history-dealing web-site is based. 1. Bio-bibliographical notes (in Italian); 2. Presentation of the volume Internet e Storia (PDF, in Italian); 3. The publisher’s site.
Medioevo Italiano. Rassegna Storica online ed altri testi in edizione CD-ROM (1999-2003) ed. by Angelo Gambella, Quaderni del Medioevo Italiano Project, Drengo, Roma, 2003. ISBN 88-88812-04-0 (book and CD-ROM).
Archive of Medioevo Italiano website.
Internet e Medioevo. Testi e strumenti per la didattica e la ricerca, a cura di R. Fidanzia e A. Gambella, Drengo, Roma, 2004. ISBN 88-88812-06-7.
Papers on Internet and Middle Ages. The publisher’s site.
Archivio di Storiadelmondo CD-ROM 2003. Indice degli studi nn. 1-18 (2003), Quaderni del Medioevo Italiano Project, Drengo, Roma, 2004. ISBN 88-88812-05-9 (book and CD-ROM).
Year-book of Storiadelmondo. CD-ROM edition for scholars and the Italian National Libraries. The publisher’s site.
Informatica applicata agli Studi di Storia Medievale. Iniziative 2001-2004, Bollettini del Medioevo Italiano Project, Roma, 2004.
Free. Contact the Medioevo Italiano Project.
A CD-ROM edition is currently being prepared.
Storiadelmondo ISSN 1721-0216, scientific, technical and professional electronic journal dealing with world-wide history, is published periodically by Drengo. University scholars make up the editorial board in Rome, helped by an international team of free lance reporters, who collaborate via the Internet. A Steering Committee of international university researchers and professors has been formed. We encourage, in particular, contributions from international scholars. The journal aims at spreading the knowledge of history - in all its fields- to the public in a serious and authoritative way. Submissions in electronic form (DOC; RTF; TXT) are strongly preferred. Scholars at all stages of their careers are equally welcome (required short bio-bibliography). Contact: editorial board.
Medioevo Italiano web site online from January 1999. The site has a mission to increase awareness of the medieval period via Internet and multimedia from a scientific, technical and professional point of view, in order to expand the community of people interested in the subject and act as a point of reference for specific online initiatives. It includes high-quality content and features which are oriented towards research and education. Include medioevo-italiano, medieval italian discussion group, devoted to history, arts and culture. [Contact form]
Master a distanza in Informatica per la Storia Medievale. Master’s Degree in Information Technology for Medieval History (FAD).
Objectives: To acquire familiarity and skills in using IT instruments for study and research in the fields of history and the humanities, with particular emphasis on medieval Italian and European history. 8 basic modules plus 7 specialised modules in the following fields: A) teaching history B) historic and scientific journalism C) studying history. [Contact form]
Osservatorio di Storia Multimediale. The Multimedia History Observatory, will publish on January 15th 2007, the 'Rapporto Italia Storica' (Italian History Report). Research projects, reports, data, statistics, surveys, biographies and bibliographies concerning the current status of historical publishing and research in Italy. [Contact form]
Other information on-line:
Manifesto for the historical research in Internet. Draft for an auto-regulation code for all History scholars on-line. The actual version of 2 Nov. 2001 could be used and ameliorated during the Forum.
Archives of all reports (2000-2006) given within the Medioevo Italiano Project, concerning medieval times and the Internet (see also Medioevo Italiano web page on Medieval Studies).
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