Introduction to Web Science[go to overview]
Winter Terms 2018 / 2019
- Date: 18.02.2019
- Location: D-028
- Time: from 16:00 hrs
- Re - Examination
- Date: 24.04.2019
- Registration: by 21.04.2019
- Location: E-011
- Time: from 12:00 hrs
- Welcome to new Web Science students. Slides in PPTX, PDF
Video Lecture Recordings
- View at https://videoakademie.ko-ld.de/Panopto/Pages/Sessions/List.aspx#folderID=%228155cac5-ec72-483e-bc8f-a98100e729d7%22
Extensions and Corrections: PPTX, PDF
|3.||12-Nov-2018||Internet vs WWW||
|20-Nov-2018||Dynamic Web Content||
|5.||26-Nov-2018||How big is the web||
|6.||03-Dec-2018||Advanced Statistical Models||
|7.||10-Dec-2018||Generative Modelling of Web||
|11-Dec-2018||Graph Theoretic Web Modelling||
|10.||14-Jan-2019||Socio-economical Aspects of Web||PPTX|
|12.||28-Jan-2019||Social Science of the Web|
|29-Jan-2019||Misinformation I (PPTX)|
|13.||04-Feb-2019||Misinformation II (PPTX)|
- Course materials for this introductory course to Web Science can be found at the Wikiversity page.
- Tutorial Zero Slides: here!
- ipython notebook guide
- ipython notebook tricks and shortcuts
- latex notations in ipython
- Dynamic Web with Python (Slides)
- Kieron O’Hara and Wendy Hall. Four Internets: The Geopolitics of Digital Governance. CIGI Papers No. 206 — December 2018
- Material last year: https://west.uni-koblenz.de/en/studying/courses/ws1718/introduction-web-science
In order to obtain ECTS-Credits, you need to both gain admission to the exam and you need to pass the exam. The exam is passed if you obtain a score of at least 50% in it.
The Final Examination will be held on February 18 (Monday), 2019 from 16:00 hrs onwards at D-028
The Re - Examination will be held on April 24 (Wednesday), 2019 from 12:00 hrs onwards at E-011
You are expected to hand in all the assignments in due time, every week on Wednesday at 11:00 am. The assignments must be done by everyone in the group. The assignments should be handed in a pdf format with all valid source code and graphs if necessary. Assignments will be treated in-complete if any part of the solution is missing. Students need to accomplish at least 60% of the total scores in assignments in order to attend the final exam. Plagiarism is strictly forbidden and will result in disqualification from the final exam, of both sides of the plagiarism (copying and being copied). Students are also expected to explain some of the assignments in the tutorial sessions.
The SVN repository to submit your assignments is: https://svn.uni-koblenz.de/westteaching/webscience-1819/GROUPNAME
Replace GROUPNAME with your group name in lower case letters. ( Example: https://svn.uni-koblenz.de/westteaching/webscience-1819/alpha )
Please remember to have your assignments in different folders under "solutions".
Last Year Students
Students who previously failed the exam of "Introduction to Web Science" can directly appear for the examination this semester (actually they are obliged to participate in the exam). However, it is advisable to participate in the course and the tutorials.
Students who have mastered assignments such that they gained admission to participate in last year's exam, but did not register for last year's exam, have to earn admission anew.
For assignments, you have to make a group of 2-3 be in a team. To create your teams, you can click here.
|Flipped Classroom Session|
|Monday||14:00 - 16:00 hrs||G - 310|
|Tuesday||12:00 - 14:00 hrs||K - 101|
|Friday||12:00 - 14:00 hrs||F - 414|