Teaching at UCLouvain
By Grégoire Lits
I‘m an assistant professor in media sociology at the School of Communication and the Louvain School of Journalism of the Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain). Where I teach the following courses:
At bachelor level
- LCOMU1124: Enjeux contemporains de l'information et de la communication/Contemporary issues in information and communication: An introductory course in information and communication theories based on case studies and focused on the analysis of the digital transition of contemporary societies an its impact on democracy, the media industry and our sociability practices.
- LCOMU1313: Récit médiatique et journalisme/Media narrative and journalism: A course in media narratology focusing on the role of media and journalists in the construction and framing of public problems.
At master level
- LCOMU2403: Introduction au data journalisme/Intro. to datajournalism (with Suzanne Kieffer): Datajournalism course. History of datajournalism, current exemple, data harvesting, data cleaning.
- LCOMU2423: Gestion éditoriale des questions de diversité/Editorial management of diversity: This course for master's students in journalism focuses on the issue of diversity in the media (diversity in media production and diversity in the newsroom). It is divided into three parts: 1. Gender, media and journalism. 2. Making intersectionality visible and mediated and 3. Representing diversity - destigmatisation and objectivity.