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Interviews to the professors Aimee Vega, Clemencia Rodriguez and Muniz Sodré


The Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais has just uploaded to its Vimeo Channel three interviews to experts that took place in 2013 in Santiago de Compostela. Professors Aimee Vega Montiel (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Clemencia Rodríguez (University of Oklahoma) and Muniz Sodré (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro) approach topics related to eDCINEMA project, namely the relation of cinema with diversity policies. Thus, the problem of the standarization of contents is discussed, as are the effect of tecnologic changes or linguistic variants.

The Faculty of Communication hosts an international focus group to analyse the potential of mixed reality in the university academic environment
The activity took place in the framework of the European project 'CloudClass: Low Cost, Mobile, Cloud & Template Based Augmented Reality Studio for Education' that the GEA leads in USC.

Two researchers from the Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais de la USC, Roi Méndez Fernández and Rocío del Pilar Sosa Fernández, led this international focus group, in coordination with Jim Playfoot (WhiteLoop) and Kateryna Holubinka (Open Universiteit Nederland), in which a dozen members representing the diversity of the USC university community participated: faculty, technical staff and […]

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Call for papers for the 13th Viana International Film Conference until March 1st
The conference will take place at the Viana do Castelo School of Education.

The XIII Viana International Film Conference is a space for reflection and exchange of experiences aimed at building an international community of interests and to present projects related to the central themes of film and audiovisual: film and school, film: art, science and culture and photography and memory. The 13th edition will take place in […]

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Enrique Castelló participates in the podcast “La tribu hereje”.
GEA coordinator discussed inclusion and the digital gap

Enrique Castelló, professor of Communication Sciences at the USC and coordinator of the Audiovisual Studies Group, presented a scenario that demystifies unfounded stigmas, which revolve around digitalisation and emerging technologies, inclusion and the digital divide in chapter 4 of La tribu hereje. A podcast against ageism that is based on intergenerationality as a vaccine against […]

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