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Media Literacy Education Research Summer School, Catholic University of Louvain
Renee Hobbs is delighted to be a featured presenter at the Knowledge Mediation Research Group's (Groupe de Recherche en Médiation des Savoirs - GReMS) first doctoral Summer School on Media Literacy and Media Education Research on September 12th, 13th and 14th, 2016.
Detailed information about the Summer School is available on the French version of this website.
The goal of this summer school is to allow PhD students engaged in a doctoral research in the field of media literacy or media education:
The Summer School will be structured around the four following themes:
A half workday will be dedicated to each of these themes, starting with two plenary talks by invited experts, and followed by a workshop focused on the research work of the participating PhD students, exploring them from the perspectives developed in the plenary talks.
The Summer School will also allow for numerous informal interactions between experts, researchers and PhD students.
As the Summer School will be held both in French and in English, proficiency in French is required for participation.