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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eMEDia participated to the International Conference on Media Activism in Porto

Andrea Miconi, coordinator of the IULM University Unit, has recently participated to the International Conference on Media Activism, held in Porto, Universidade Lusofona, on November 5-6, 2015, as As to dissemination of eMEDia research results. Miconi participated with a paper titled "Crossmedia Journalism and Participation in Contemporary Tunisia: Insight from An European Research Project" dedicated to the results of eMEDia, along with the broader questions related to higher education and journalism teaching in dynamic societies and media markets. The follow-up discussion revealed an actua...
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