Date: 9 November 2020
MediaLab-UGR, an innovation lab created at the University of Granada, works as an open physical and digital space to generate innovative solutions for the society using participatory and co-creative methodologies. Cross-media communication is a key element to build the digital identity of projects and to generate engagement with stakeholders. We will present the way we design and execute some of our most relevant projects (LabIN Granada; Laboratorio 717; Cooperanda; UnInPública; Facultad Cero) and will provide an overview of resources, techniques and strategies to improve communication and participation.
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Esteban Romero Frías
Esteban Romero Frías (male) is a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management, Doctor in Accounting and Professor at the Department of Financial Economics and Accounting at the University of Granada (UGR) where he teaches business creation, accounting and finance. He teaches in several masters on topics related to digital technologies and innovation in the public and private sector.
His research works are framed in the topics related to technology, including education, science evaluation, social network analysis and innovation. He has published research works in top journals in Information Science (i.e. Scientometrics, JASIST, JIS), Communication (i.e. Comunicar) and multidisciplinary (Plos ONE). In 2015 he founded Medialab UGR – Laboratory of Research in Culture and Digital Society (https://medialab.ugr.es/), within the Vice-Rectorate for Research and Transfer of the University of Granada. He is also Director for Participation and Social Innovation of the University of Granada.
Fco. Javier Cantón Correa
Ph.D. in Social Sciences, Bachelor of Sociology and Audiovisual Communication and Master in Social Problems from the University of Granada, he has worked at the Universities of Jaén, Granada, and UNIR, as well as in various media and communication cabinets. In recent years he is working in Medialab UGR, where he is researching social media, visual thinking, and data visualization
This webinar is part of the PAgES webinar series on Cross-Series Cross-Media Journalisms in the digital age.