Research

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These are the research projects in which Digital unav-Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life is currently participating:

INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

Digital News Report 

As partner of Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (University of Oxford), since 2014 the Center is responsible for the design and analysis of the Digital News Report in Spain. This annual report is the biggest study about the trends of digital news consumption worldwide. Along with contributing to the global project, the Center publishes annually a more detailed national report about Spain:
 

Academic partners:

- Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford (UK)

- Tow Center, Columbia Journalism School (USA)

- Hans Bredow Institute (Germany),

- University of Canberra (Australia)

- Roskilde University (Denmark)

- University of Tampere (Finland)

- Dublin City University (Ireland)

- Digital unav-Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life, University of Navarra (Spain)

 

CreBiz Project - Business Development Laboratory Study Module

The objective of CreBiz (Oct. 2014- Sept. 2016) is to create a Business Development Laboratory Study Module for undergraduate and graduate students who have potential to be (self) employed after their graduation in the field of creative industries. CreBiz aims to establish a working module for Business Development Laboratory that can be used in any European university. So you can expect to find this module in many universities from 2016-17.

Academic partners:

- University of Turku (Finland)

- University of the West of England (UK)

- ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (Portugal)

- Digital unav-Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life, University of Navarra (Spain)

 

 

NATIONAL PROJECTS

UNSPRINME ─ News Preferences and Use within the New Media Scenario in Spain: Audiences, Companies, Contents, and Multiscreen Influence Management

The main aim of this Project (Jan. 2016 – Dec. 2018) is to identify uses and preferences of the audience within consumption of multiscreen information, and to compare them to the current media map, which is the outcome of twenty years of digital journalism in Spain. This R+D project has been granted by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain (project ref.: CSO2015-64662-C4-1).

Academic partners:

- University of Navarra (Spain), with the collaboration of Digital unav-Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life.

- University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

Contact

Ana Azurmendi
Directora

Contacto general:
Facultad de Comunicación
31009 Pamplona
España

+34 948 42 56 17
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