Media and identities in globalised society. University of Antwerp
South-African screen cultures between convergence and globalisation. A multivlevel research project on media industries and audiences. University of Antwerp
Journalism, media critique and online publics (CritJourn). University of Antwerp
1. Identify and disseminate the products and practices of past and ongoing eLearning projects in the field of e-inclusion and intercultural values.
2. Evaluate, disseminate, and promote the use of on-line and blended learning tools created by XenoCLIPse and other projects in the eLearning programme:
a. On-line course in blended learning setting on media production.
b. On-line address book/directory for the access of ...
We are all Ayotzinapa. The role of Digital Media in the Shaping of Transnational Memories on Disappearance KU Leuven
The project seeks to study the role of digital media in the shaping of transnational memories on disappearance. It investigates a novel case that is in process of shaping: the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico in September 2014. The role of the new media in getting citizens’ attention and in marking a “turning point” was crucial to the upsurge of a counter-movement against the Mexican government and qualifies the event as significant for ...
H2020: CSA: ScreenMe-Net: Twinning for Sustainable and Visible Excellence in Screen Media Entrepreneurship Scholarship Vrije Universiteit Brussel
University (TLU), to increase its networking position and visibility in this scholarly field, and to ensure sustainability of the
impact of this project, mainly through the institutionalization of a screen media entrepreneurship research hub, the so-called
ScreenME-Hub, at TLU