The University of Sfax hosted the final workshop of the eMEDia project

(Adapted from press release by Mohamed Sami Kechaou, Sfax Section of National Syndicate of Tunisian Journalists, Tunisia) On 22 and 23 May 2017, the University of Sfax hosted the final workshop of the cross-media journalism master project. The project, aimed at students and young journalists from the Universities of La Manouba, University of Sfax and University of Sousse, spanned from December 2014 to June 2017 within the framework of the eMEDia Project, coordinated by UNIMED and financed by the TEMPUS programme of the European Union. The Tunisian and European Universities involved in the ...
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Summer School in Milan, September 2016

IULM University will host students from La Manouba – IPSI, Sousse and Sfax universities for theSummer School of the Master program in Cross-Media Journalism. The joint master is organized by the three Tunisian universities in cooperation with IULM, Tampere University , the University of Barcelona and the Sfax Section of the National Syndicate of the Tunisian Journalists in the framework of the Tempus funded Project eMEDia, led by UNIMED. According to the defined program, the summer school focuses on three main aspects: Video-making for Journalism Data Visualization and Storytelling ...
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eMEDia Project at Social Media & Society International Conference, Goldsmith University, UK.

IULM University Unit Coordinator Andrea Miconi will participate to the 2016 Social Media & Society International Conference, to be held at Goldsmith University, London, July 11-12, 2016. Miconi’s paper, Networked Media and Citizen Journalism in Tunisia. Insight from an European Project, has been selected to be introduced at the Session 3A: Journalism & Propaganda. Social Media & Society is one of the European leading appointments for scholars engaged in cross-media, innovation and journalism, and eMEDia team will be there for sharing the results of our project and new ideas f...
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Students’ visits to Monastir and Sousse radio stations

On May 30, 2016 students and teachers of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of University of Sousse have visited the two radio stations of Monastir and Sousse cities as part of their Master programme course. This visit is part of the professional Master Course in Cross-Media Journalism and it has been a good opportunity for students to learn from a very close perspective how the two main radio station of the Sousse region work and to put into practice what they are learning within the eMEDia Master course. Prof. Noureddine Sabri, professor of the Master Course at Sousse University, ...
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Training of Trainers in Tampere: “Mapping our professional identities as cross-media teachers in the age of active audiences”

In the framework of eMEDia, the School of Communication, Media and Theatre (CMT) of University of Tampere in Finland coordinated by Auli Harju (project coordinator for eMEDia project at UTA) and Satu Seppä, hosts the second session of the Training of Trainers. 23 Tunisian university teachers (from IPSI La Manouba, University of Sousse and University of Sfax) and professionals from the Syndicate of the Tunisian Journalists of Sfax participate on March 14-18, 2016 in the second session of training  on cross-media journalism focusing on mapping our professional identities as cross-media teache...
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eMEDia Training of Trainers at IULM: Successfully Completed!

In the framework of the eMEDia project, 28 Tunisian university teachers have been hosted by IULM University form 25 to 29 January 2016 for a training of trainer session on cross-media journalism. Participants are university teachers in the Master in Cross-Media Journalism from IPSI La Manouba, Sousse and Sfax and professionals from the Syndicate of the Tunisian Journalists of Sfax. Participants attended an intensive training program taught by IULM Professors Guido di Fraia, Massimo Schiavon and Andrea Caccia, follow Auli Harju-Researcher at the Tampere Research Centre for Journalism, Media ...
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Videomaking Workshop

Outline Learning how to shoot and edit video, understanding the entire video process: pre-production, production and post-production essentials The workshop offers a training course for the acquisition of key skills for any form of narrative reality, through the analysis of cinematographic language and the direct experimentation of practices of " cinéma du réel". Through the vision of selected extracts from the more recent history of documentary film with a reportage slant, participants will be asked to create their own video lasting few minutes, focusing – during the shooting process– esp...
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Social Media as a Journalistic Tool

Auli Harju, Researcher, School of Communication, Media and Theatre, University of Tampere, Finland Outline of the presentation The presentation will discuss journalism in the era of social media. The Internet and social media have created a new media ecology, more social and fluid, with different practices related to audience participation and collaboration that also engage in the processes of journalistic work. Journalism and social media interact and overlap in many ways. This shift affects journalists and should be taken into account in training journalists. We will also take a closer loo...
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Cross-Media Production: An Introduction

Cross-Media Production: An Introduction Guido Di Fraia is Professor of Methodology of Social Research and Digital Audiences at IULM University, Milan. Former Director of the Communication Department, he is currently Coordinator of the PHD Program in Communication and New Technologies and Director of the Executive Master in Social Media Marketing and Web Communication.
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Training of Trainers IULM session

Introduction to Cross-Media Production and Video-Making Workshop Dates 25-29 January 2016 The aim of the training of trainers session is to support Tunisian Master Course teachers to build a local expertise about Cross Media Production and Networked Journalism, mainly focus on video-making and cross-media. Learning Outcomes: By the end of the sessions, learners are expected to: Share an operational definition of social media; Define a methodology for studying social media; Understand the new communication landscape along with its implication for news production and consump...
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