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Webinar Series on Cross-Media Journalisms in the digital age

The Erasmus+ Project PAgES “Post-Crisis Journalism in Post-Crisis Libya” is organising a series of webinars about journalism and its transformations in the digital age.

For four Mondays, from October 26th to December 7th 2020 at 10:00-12:00 CET, we will host open online lectures given by international leaders in the field, addressing some of the most relevant challenges to contemporary journalism, from both a professionals and audience perspectives. This initiative is part of the online training on “Cross-Media Journalism, A learning journey exploring journalism(s) in the digital age” developed by PAgES in order to contribute to the modernisation of the Higher Education (HE) sector in Libya through the design and pilot of a Master Course in Cross-Media Journalism.

We invite students and academics from the faculties of Journalism, Media and Communication, practitioners, journalists and anyone interested in learning more about the current transformations and trends in journalism practices and education, to join the online events and to participate in the conversation with the community of academics from the four Libyan universities participating in the project.

Registration

The webinar series is open to all, but signup required. See details:

https://forms.gle/NNmrQZbUxoQA62Dc9

Programme

26 October 2020: Challenge of Artificial Intelligence for Journalism, with Charlie Beckett, Professor of Practice, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science [Recording]

9 November 2020: A participatory and cross-media approach to civic engagement: the experience from Medialab-UGR, with Esteban Romero Frías and Fco. Javier Cantón Correa, Medialab UGR – Laboratory of Research in Culture and Digital Society [More info]

23 November 2020: Geopolitics of Media and related ethical questions, with Zouhir Louassini, Journalist at RAI News, and Ali Montaser Karim Farfar, University of Tripoli [Recording]

7 December 2020: From confirmation bias to echo chambers. A data driven approach, with Walter Quattrociocchi, Professor of Information Systems, Ca’ Foscari University [More info]

 

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PAgES “Post-Crisis Journalism in Post-Crisis Libya” an international cooperation project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education program of the European Union during the period 15 January 2019 – 14 January 2022, involving five partners from Europe (IULM, UNIMED, Sapienza University, University of Aveiro, University of Granada) and four from Libya (University of Tripoli, University of Zawia, University of Misurata, University of Sirte).

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