This research chair has enabled the Collège d’études mondiales to submit a European ERASMUS+ (strategic partnership) project, D-Transform: "Digital Resources as a New Strategical Factor for Renovation and Modernization in Higher Education". With €450,000 in funding, the project is coordinated by Angela Procoli (DDC) and Gwenaëlle Lieppe (Collège). Anne Boyer (professor at the Université de Lorraine) and Françoise Thibault are the scientific coordinators for the FMSH.
Rencontre et présentation du livre 100 notions pour le crossmédia et le transmedia et de sa plateforme collaborative interculturelle et multilingue en ligne.
The ITEN UNESCO Chair is based on interdisciplinary research, training and experimentation around new digital forms of mediation, transmission and publishing. It specialises in the field of new media and digital humanities.
These activities are structured around several objectives:
• To devise an interdisciplinary theoretical framework for describing contemporary transmission processes;
• To design, create and evaluate new cross-media systems for transmitting and publishing information;