FGV DAPP and Nova University, Lisbon form digital communication research partnership
Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Department of Public Policy Analysis (FGV DAPP) and Nova University, Lisbon signed a memorandum of understanding on Friday, January 15, to form an institutional partnership, as part of the latter university’s Inova Media Lab and Digital Humanities Lab.
The agreement will formally provide for research cooperation between the parties in the area of digital communication, media and methods. The main goals include joint projects, events, workshops and an exchange program for professors and researchers.
FGV DAPP has been focusing on the digital communication area by running an MBA in Applied Communication Strategies, as well as short courses on Social Network Monitoring and Data Journalism. It has also held online events to discuss communication and it has a study group in this area.
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