Opcije pristupačnosti Pristupačnost

Interactive digital application for mapping higher journalism education in Europe

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There are numerous study programmes that educate journalists, but there is no central place where one can access updated information about them fast and easily. This freely accessible interactive map presenting data with regard to geographical, institutional and programme characteristics, useful for future students, researchers, professionals and the wider public, will resolve that problem. It will be developed by an international European team of diverse collaborators - researchers, teachers, journalists, managers, students, etc. The map presents a pioneer scientific work of mapping higher journalism education in Europe supported by UNESCO.

The HEJDE project team prepared an interactive database platform and the Manual for collaborators which you are strongly advised to consult before deciding whether to collaborate.

Adding data about familiar institutions and study programmes, and then collecting and entering data about other institutions, is a good start. The information we seek - name of the institution/department/faculty/study programme, institution ownership, type, and address, study programme foundation year, duration, degree level, website link, etc. We especially encourage those who will be dedicated to the entry of all study programmes that educate journalists in a particular country.

What is interesting is that each entry is immediately visible on the map and every HEJDE project collaborator contributing to building the map will receive an official certificate of collaboration.

The deadline for this HEJDE project activity is November 1, 2022.

If you are interested you can directly Sign up. Should you have any questions please write to the HEJDE project leader e-mail tijana.vukic@unipu.hr.


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