93545 - Communication Laboratory (Lm) (G.A)

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  • Teacher Luca Barra

  • Credits 6

  • Language Italian

  • Campus of Bologna

  • Degree Programme Second cycle degree programme (LM) in Information, Cultures and Media Organisation (cod. 5698)

  • Course Timetable from Mar 21, 2022 to May 03, 2022

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

The workshop aims to offer to the students skills in the field of journalistic and media content production (television, radio and internet). At the end of the course the student: - masters the main techniques for producing information and media content; - is able to independently produce information content in written, oral or multimedia form.

Course contents

The Communication laboratory is dedicated to television communication. Thanks to the contributions of expert professionals, to whom individual modules and lessons of the course are entrusted, the workshop offers the opportunity to confront the main issues, tools and practices of TV production, programming and marketing.

Readings/Bibliography

Further reading will be indicated by the professionals who will hold the lessons.

Teaching methods

Due to the restrictions imposed by the current health emergency, teaching will be carried out with traditional methods: the professor will always be in the designated classroom, students will alternate in attendance according to a schedule of shifts being defined (more detailed information on the shifts and how to access the face-to-face lesson will be provided later). It will always be possible to connect remotely and follow live lessons via the Teams platform.

Workshop lessons, given by television industry professionals, will be supported by slides, audiovisual and digital materials, shared with students.

ATTENTION: Given the fluidity of the emergency situation and since this program is published in July 2021, the teaching methods may change in the coming months. In this case, timely communication will be given through an update of this program, as through appropriate notices published on the institutional channels, i.e. on the professor’s page, on the INCOM website and on the official INCOM Facebook page. All students are encouraged to consult these resources periodically.

Assessment methods

During and at the end of the course, there will be individual and group follow-up activities on what the practitioners have taught, including the preparation of small projects.

Teaching tools

Slides, audiovisual materials, television industry's professional tools.

Office hours

See the website of Luca Barra