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 consumption;
  • Discuss the economic value of user-generated contents and information;
  • Discuss the role of news in the context of digital media;
  • Learn how to shoot and edit videos, understand the entire video process: pre-production, production and post-production essentials.

Venue

iulm

Via Carlo Bo, 1 – 20100 Milano (Italy)

Local coordinator of the training

Andrea Miconi, IULM

Programme

January 25th, Monday

9.30 – 12.30 “Aula Seminari”, Building 1, 6th Floor

Opening and Welcome

  • Mario Negri, Rector, IULM University
  • Gianni Canova, Dean of the Faculty of Communication, Media and Advertising, IULM University

Round Table: Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation and the Role of Higher Education and New Technologies

  • Moncef Ayari, Director of IPSI, La Manouba University, Tunis
  • Moncef Ben Abdeljelil, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Sousse, Tunis
  • Abdelwahed Mokni, Vice President, University of Sfax, Tunis
  • Stephan Russ-Mohl, University of Italian Switzerland, Director of the European Journalism Observatory, Switzerland
  • Marcello Scalisi, Director, UNIMED, Italy
  • Andrea Miconi, eMEDia Unit Coordinator, IULM University

12.30-13.00

Administrative Practices

13.00: Lunch – Building 6

14.30-18.00 Room 522 – Building 5, 2nd Floor

Cross-Media Production: An Introduction

  • Guido Di Fraia, IULM University

January 26th, Tuesday

9.30-13.00 Room 522 – Building 5, 2nd Floor

Cross-Media Production: An Introduction

  • Guido Di Fraia, IULM University

13.00: Lunch – Building 6

14.30-18.00 Room 522 – Building 5, 2nd Floor

Cross-Media Production: An Introduction

  • Guido Di Fraia, IULM University

January 27th, Wednesday

9.30-13.00 Room 522 – Building 5, 2nd Floor

Social Media as a Journalistic Tool

  • Auli Harju, University of Tampere, Finland

13.00: Lunch – Building 6

14.30-18.00 Television Studio – Building 5, 4th Floor

Video-Making Workshop:Lights and Camera: Learn photographic techniques and lighting for video

  • Massimo Schiavon and Enrico Brocchetta

January 28th, Thursday

9.30-13.00 Room 514 – Building 5, 1st Floor

Video-Making Workshop: Theory and practice of “Cinéma du Réel” as a starting point for video reporting

  • Andrea Caccia

13.00: Lunch – Building 6

14.30-18.00 Room 514 – Building 5, 1st Floor

Video-Making Workshop: Theory and practice of “Cinéma du Réel” as a starting point for video reporting

  • Andrea Caccia

January 29th, Friday

9.30-13.00 Room 514 – Building 5, 1st Floor

Video-Making Workshop: Edit and produce final cut – Learn editing techniques with Premiere Pro

  • Thierry Bertini

13.00: Lunch – Building 6

14.30-18.00 Room 514 – Building 5, 1st Floor

Video-Making Workshop: Edit and produce final cut – Learn editing techniques with Premiere Pro

  • Thierry Bertini

eMEDia, Our Story

During the training session participants are encouraged to share their insights about their learning experience.

Let’s share our thoughts and ideas on the cross-media journalism training tour of spring 2016. What have we learned? What have we discovered? What kind of questions remain to be asked? You can use these template to share your story in the form of a blog post:

Our Story_template_FR

Our Story_template_EN

When you have your blog post ready, please send to the local coordinator of the training. It will be published at:

http://www.emediaproject.eu/key-results/our-story/

Our Story Blog

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