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El proyecto de I+D+i Redes sociales y fútbol: violencia, participación de los públicos y ecología de la comunicación, enmarcado en el Programa Estatal de Investigación, Desarrollo e Innovación Orientada a los Retos de la Sociedad, ofrece un contrato

CEO-UAB has launched the second edition of the Massive Open Online Course The great novelty of this second edition is that it will be offered with Spanish subtitles as well as the English ones of the first edition, which

On Monday 13 October CEO-UAB welcomed a group of 12 students and lecturers in sport management from the Russian Federal University and professional organisations. The group was visiting Barcelona as part of an international training with aim to learn

The first edition of the MOOC course A new edition of the Course The Olympic Games and the Media will be organised on Coursera along 2015 with subtitles in Spanish to open the course to the more than

CEO-UAB Director, Dr. Emilio Fernández Peña was in charge of the conceptualisation, script and texts on the audiovisual production of the Olympic Games and the script and texts on the history of the media for the permanent exhibition

The Olympic Studies Centre at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (CEO-UAB) has just launched a MOOC Course (Massive Open Online Course) on the Olympic Games and the Media in the

Academics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, the University of Sorbonne Paris III and the University of Southern California have analysed the role of sport in the creation and dissemination of the image of cities. The symposium Sport, Space

The UAB has welcomed the 15 students from 11 countries of the Master of Arts on Olympic Studies, who will attend this week the sessions for the teaching module on Olympic Games, media and commercialisation, coordinated by Dr.

The team has contributed a chapter on social media and the Olympics in the collective work Routledge Handbook of Sport and New Media, edited by invited professor of the International Chair in Olympism, Andrew C. Billings. The book is the