On March 17, 2022, the HSE Center for Digital Cultures and Media Literacy is holding a seminar on the digitalization of religious practices. The focus of the seminar is the attitude of various faiths representatives to the use of media in religious practices, different views on the use of new technologies to support everyday religiosity both among religious leaders and within communities.
Students of the HSE Master's programme in Transmedia Production in Digital Industries joined efforts with staff of Moscow museums to create an e-book ‘Teenagers at Museums: How Curators and Tutors Help People Find Themselves’. The HSE News Service talked with the project authors about their choice of topic and what it is like to work as a book producer.
Online MediaDay 2020 held by the Centre of Digital Cultures and Media Literacy wrapped up UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy Week
In October 2020 CDCML HSE once again took part in the Global Media and Information Literacy Week that is held every year starting from 2012 by UNESCO
Now You Can Follow Pushkin: HSE – Nizhny Novgorod Students Create Instagram Account for Russia’s Most Famous Poet
Can a person who lived in the 19th century become a popular blogger? How do you get teenagers interested in poetry? What would Pushkin have posted about on Instagram? Students at HSE’s campus in Nizhny Novgorod provide answers to all of these questions in their ‘Pushkin the Blogger’ media project.
Centre for Digital Cultures and Media Literacy and Vladimir Potanin Foundation announce a contest of project ideas as a part of “Participation Environment” Programme.
The discussions about whether journalism can be considered as a science are as ageless as discussions about its essence. Is it an aspect of literature? Is it a craft? Is it an art? Those who do research in MediaStudies area in our country are concerned about what sciences are the main ones in academic profession and how one should shape his work towards the traditional philology in Russia if he studies computer games, virtual or augmented reality, data journalism or robotic algorithms of text generation.
The “Participation Environment”: HSE students collaborate with museums, galleries and archives in Perm
The joint project of the Center for Digital Cultures and Media Literacy and the Vladimir Potanin Foundation on the development of university’s collaboration with cultural and social institutions, “Participation environment”, was launched in Perm in September 2019. Students from different areas started their work on digital projects for social and cultural institutions of their cities. Las Friday, on 20th of September, the first meeting took place in Perm university. Student of the educational programme “History” met with representatives of State Art Gallery, Museum of Modern Art PERMM, Museum of Local History and State Archieve of Perm Region.
The joint project of the Center for Digital Cultures and Media Literacy and the Vladimir Potanin Foundation on the development of university’s collaboration with cultural and social institutions, “Participation environment”, was launched in Perm, Novosibirsk and Nizhny Novgorod. Students of media, history and journalism departments began their work on digital projects for various social and cultural institutions in their cities. We will now have a chance to know more not only about each other, but about amazing projects and regional organisations: museums, theatres, funds, libraries, scientific laboratories, festivals.
The joint programme of the Center for Digital Cultures and Media Literacy and the Vladimir Potanin Foundation on the development of university’s collaboration with cultural and social institutions, “Participation environment”, gathered its participants for the first working group in Moscow in June.