Authorship and acknowledgments

Auli Harju, School of Communication, Media and Theatre CMT, University of Tampere, Finland

Authors and Contributors
Moez Ben Messaoud, University of La Manouba, IPSI, Tunisia
Marco Di Donato, UNIMED, Italy
Hamida El Bour, University of La Manouba, IPSI, Tunisia
Jorge Franganillo, University of Barcelona, Spain
Auli Harju, University of Tampere, Finland
Heikki Heikkilä University of Tampere, Finland
Silja Lanas-Cavada, University of Tampere, Finland
Andrea Miconi, Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione IULM, Italy
Mario Perez-Montoro, University of Barcelona, Spain
Simona Pezzano, Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione IULM, Italy
Noureddine Sabri, University of Sousse, Tunisia
Lydia Sánchez, University of Barcelona, Spain
Sergio Villanueva, University of Barcelona, Spain

This publication draws on the results of the research phase of the eMEDia project. We especially thank the project team members for their significant and essential contributions in conceptualising, designing, and implementing this catalogue. We appreciate the guidance and scientific framework provided by the thoughtful and insightful Scientific Commitee of the project.

We especially want to thank the many experts who generously shared their time, knowledge and insights for this catalogue and related interviews.

Thank you to Argana TV for supporting the recording of UNIMED’s interviews. Thank you to Server Studio for postproducing the video clips.

With this analysis, we realize that there are many other cases of good practices in journalism education and many other outstanding experts whose perspectives will greatly enrich this project. We are currently seeking for guest contributors and experts to continue this effort, to help grow our catalogue of good practices and add valuable content for our visitors and our community.