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Los MOOC son cursos gratuitos, online y abiertos para cualquier persona. Desde la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos tenemos una oferta de estos cursos muy interesante para estudiantes, con materiales cuidados, muy variados, con los que podrás aprender mientras te entretienes. Los ofrecemos desde dos plataformas distintas pero con funcionalidades similares: URJCx y Miríadax. Aquí puedes consultar la oferta y matricularte en el curso que más te interese.

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Strategic Communication to Counter Security Threats in the Disinformation Era

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About This Course

The culture of communications is changing at a rapid pace, driven by the power of internet and social networks. The digital communication environment, with its remarkable advantages and opportunities, also provides opportunities to different actors for conducting malicious influencing activities, divide societies, erode the democratic values and sow distrust in our institutions. Users are encouraged to create personal echo-chambers at the expense of information pluralism and to move away from reliable and credible news reporting and sound journalist analyses.

This interdisciplinary course, framed under the CRESCEnt project (Mind the Gap in media coverage and strategic communication in case of security threats), co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, addresses the challenge of building awareness and developing resilience to disinformation, fake news, and hostile information influencing campaigns.

The MOOC aims to increase the key knowledge and competences of institutional spokespersons and journalists (including young professionals in journalism and related disciplines/areas) in the field of security and defense, and in relation to strategic communication and news reporting on security threats.

What you are going to learn

  • Understand the 21st security threat landscape and the role of the cyber/information as security dimension.
  • Analyze the key concepts related with communication processes: disinformation, misinformation, propaganda, covert influencing, digital active measures, strategic communication, hybrid threats.
  • Acquire competencies and analytic tools in order to evaluate information sources and contents, and critically address the consumption of information in traditional media and social media channels.
  • Plan strategic communication campaigns with a particular focus in tackling security threats.
  • Understand the importance of sound and responsible journalist practices, and of bridging the gap between media professionals and institutional strategic communicators in case of security threats, for addressing the challenge of fakes news and deliberate disinformation activities.

Ampliación Edif. Rectorado
Campus de Móstoles
Calle Tulipán s/n.
28933 Móstoles. Madrid

cied@urjc.es

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