Information from webinar Challenges in university training in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication published
All the documentation from the webinar held on 17 June with the assessment agencies of Andalusia, Aragon, Castile and León, the Canary Islands, Galicia, the Basque Country and the Valencian Community is now available on our website.
The seminar Challenges in university training in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication, organised for the whole of Spain by the external assessment agencies of Andalusia, Aragon, Castile and Leon, the Canary Islands, Galicia, the Basque Country and the Valencian Community, dealt extensively with the situation of these degrees. It is one of the series of webinars on the challenges of university training according to employers.
The day began with an introductory address by José Saturnino Martínez, director of the Canarian Agency for University Quality and Educational Evaluation (ACCUEE). Next, a thematic analysis was presented with the results of the assessment of these degrees, by Idoia Collado, Head of Programmes at the Agency for Quality of the Basque University System (UNIBASQ); followed by the presentation of the report “Employers' opinion of university training in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication”, by José Luis Mateos, head of the AQU Catalunya Employers project.
Finally, a discussion was opened on the challenges of university training in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication, moderated by Antonio Serrano, director of the Aragon Agency for Quality Assurance and Strategic Foresight in Higher Education (ACPUA), with participants from the field of Journalism and Audiovisual Communication:
- Pilar Sánchez-García, professor of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters (Journalism department), of the University of Valladolid;
- Manuel Fernández, professor at the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the Complutense University of Madrid;
- María José Recoder, president of ATIC (Association of Universities with Degrees in Information and Communication) and dean of the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the Autonomous University of Barcelona;
- Jesús Morales, deputy director of 20 Minutos;
- Natalia Marín, Journalism Student and Secretary of the Council of Student Representatives of the University of Castilla-La Mancha.
The was closed by Javier Oliver, director of the Valencian Assessment and Foresight Agency (AVAP).