UNESCO and members of the UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Alliance are calling partners all over the world to promote Global Media and Information Literacy Week by organizing and registering events/activities online or offline.
In this webinar we will address the issue of “struggling with technology” by looking at how people use technology to deal with different struggles during vulnerable and intimate life circumstances, and how media technology itself may become a subject of struggle as part of these practices.
The event is hybrid. The first day is fully online and open for all. The second day is a blend of an open virtual event and an in-person event by invitation only (check out our programme here). Even though the virtual parts of the event are free and open, participants still need to register.
CMC2021 is the 8th edition of an annual conference series dedicated to the development, analysis, and processing of corpora of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and social media for research in the humanities.
The workshop will be convened as a hybrid workshop. Selected presenters will have the opportunity to present online or offline (latter depending on the restrictions due to Covid19 pandemic at the time of the workshop).
This three-day virtual conference hosted by the Media, Culture and Creative Technologies Research Group in London Met's School of Computing and Digital Media seeks to explore the history and significance of these self-reflective films and television shows.
The workshop on Comparative research in Media Studies focuses on the methodological challenges and strategies of drawing comparisons (between different contexts and units, from countries to groups, institutions, media outlets, etc).
This year’s conference welcome discussions about uncertainty as a new challenge for journalism and the society, and the new opportunities uncertain/liquid modernity can offer to people, media, institutions, and industries.