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Media Innovation and Communication

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Nebrija Research Group Media Innovation and Communication

Acronym: Nebrija INNOMEDIA


Summary and Research Lines

Summary:The contemporary communication ecosystem, highly technologized and determined by media convergence and digital transformation, promotes the constant challenge of identifying benchmarks on which these processes are articulated. On this basis it would be essential to systematize their implications and effects on the media industry logics, new demands required for media professionals and the users' consumption habits. Nebrija INNOMEDIA research interests are built and focused on three study areas crosswise to this environment.

Main Research Lines:

  • Innovation in contents, technologies and production models
  • Innovation in content management, marketing and distribution
  • New professional profiles, digital literacy and skills

The group remains permanently in touch within other universities, likewise with public and private institutions developing collaborative projects.

Research Projects


MEDIATIZED EU

  • Funding entity: European Commission [H2020]
  • Interim code: 101004534
  • Start date: 01/01/2021
  • End date: 31/12/2024
  • Name of Principal investigators: PhD. Jane Carrigan and PhD. Tanya Lokot. Dublin University
  • Name of participating Nebrija researchers: PhD. Luis Miguel Pedrero Esteban, PhD. Marta Saavedra Llamas, PhD. Carlos Espaliu, PhD. Gracia Abad, PhD. Sonia Boulos and PhD. Branislav Radeljic

Digital skills and employment of people with disabilities in the audiovisual sector

  • Ref: PID2019-105398RB.
  • Funding entity: UCM R+D+i Project. Research Challenges .
  • Execution period: 2020 - 2023
  • Name of Principal investigators: PhD. Hipólito Vivar Zurita and PhD. Marta Perlado Lamo de Espinosa.
  • Name of participating Nebrija researchers: PhD. Leticia Rodríguez Fernández and PhD. Mercedes Herrero de la Fuente.

Evaluation of digital competences and digital literacy in students and teachers of Primary School for their curricular introduction in compulsory education

  • Ref: PROYC0083-2016.
  • Funding entity: UNED Costa Rica .
  • Execution period: 2016 - 2018
  • Name of Principal investigator: PhD. Viviana Berrocal
  • Name of participating Nebrija researchers: PhD. Ana Pérez Escoda.

Transmedia Literacy. Exploiting transmedia skills and informal learning strategies to improve formal education.

  • Ref: 645238
  • Funding entity: European Commission [H2020].
  • Execution period: 2015 - 2018
  • Name of Principal investigator: PhD. Carlos Scolari. U. Pompeu Fabra.
  • Name of participating Nebrija researchers: PhD. Mª José Establés Heras.


Responsable

Responsible PR

PhD. Luis Miguel Pedrero Esteban
lpedrero@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar
PhD. Marta Perlado Lamo de Espinosa Researcher mperlado@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Nicolás Grijalba de la Calle Researcher ngrijalb@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Marta Saavedra Llamas Researcher msaavedra@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Carlos Jiménez Narros Researcher cjimenez@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Juana Rubio-Romero Researcher jrubio@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Carlos Cachán Alcolea ccachan@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Jose Olivares Santamarina Researcher jolivaress@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar
PhD. Rocío Gago Gelado Researcher mgago@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. María Bergaz Portoles Researcher mbergaz@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Ana Perez Escoda Researcher aperezes@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Mª Josefa Estables Heras Researcher mestables@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV ORCID Google Scholar PhD. Marcos Mayo Cubero Researcher mmayo@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV Orcid Google Scholar PhD. Mercedes Herrero de la Fuente Researcher mherrero@nebrija.es Abbreviated CV Orcid Google Scholar