Closely connected to the ScreenME project is the 2-year English-language MA study programm Screen Media and Innovation that is offered at Tallinn University’s Baltic Film, Media and Arts School and that is led by Professor Ulrike Rohn. This program encourages students to engage in a challenge focused on discovering innovations in the realm of screen media that contribute to the attainment of sustainable development goals. The pedagogical approach involves project- and problem-based learning.Read More
In the new episode of our ScreenMe podcast, we embark on an enlightening journey into the realm of social entrepreneurship. Join us as we explore this dynamic field with the guidance of Katri-Liis Lepik from Tallinn University, who shares her profound insights in an engaging conversation with our host Ulrike Rohn.
Unbelievable. This is actually our last newsletter for the ScreenME project. Our international consortium has all been about networking for improving teaching, research, and stakeholder engagement in the area of screen media entrepreneurship. We have been very grateful that our activities have been funded by EU’s Horizon2020 (grant agreement 952156) for the last three years. But also this funding is coming to an end, we have kicked off many activities that will continue after the project. Read More
Following our prominent and widely attended ScreenME conference at Tallinn University on September 14, the ScreenME consortium reconvened the following day for a series of consortium workshops and meetings.Read More
September 14th, 2023, marked an important day for ScreenME as we hosted a conference at Tallinn University. This event held a unique significance, as it served as a nexus between academia, industry, and policymakers.Read More
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In the ever more competitive academic publishing and funding environment, scholars are finding it crucial to improve their skills and tools needed to effectively promote their research. It is no longer only about the quality of research, but also about how well you can capture and retain attention. Read More
Sean is a so-called serial entrepreneur, interactive marketer, educator, investor, and evangelist for innovation and startups. Aside from being Director of the Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Syracuse’s prestigious Newhouse School, Sean is Chief Instigator of Media-Nxt.org, founder of Student Startup Madness at SXSW (a national collegiate startup tournament), the founding advisor of student-led 44NewVoices.org, and leader of the SXSW Pitch internship program that has brought more than 150 Newhouse students to the SXSW festival over the last 9+ years. Read More