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DataNord Sub-Project at ZeMKI: Interdisciplinary Research to Support Social Movements in Social Media

The realization of the project “We The (Social) Media: Social Media by and for Social Movements” has officially started on November 15th. It is being realized through intensive interdisciplinary collaboration with doctoral student Anna Ricarda Luther (ifib), Prof. Haunss (SOCIUM), Prof. Geise (ZeMKI), Prof. Heuer and Prof. Breiter (both ifib). The project is part of (…)


Open Call for ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellows, 2024

Come and work with us!  Our Fellowship Program invites international researchers to Bremen for four weeks to deepen and connect their research in the transformation of media, communication, and information. We are looking for established scholars who want to enjoy the thriving interdisciplinary research environment at ZeMKI.

Andreas Breiter

Lecture by Andreas Breiter at Oxford University on the Opportunities and Risks of Communicative AI

On January 15, 2024, ZeMKI member Prof. Dr. Andreas Breiter gave a lecture on current research projects at Oxford University. The event was organized by the Department of Education and the Oxford Internet Institute (OII). Particular emphasis was placed on the digital transformation of education, especially with regard to the potential of artificial intelligence. Abstract: (…)


Meeting of theCompetence Network lernen:digital

In November 2023, a meeting of the lernen:digital competence network took place in Berlin, in which several ZeMKI members of Prof. Dr. Andreas Breiter’s “Sociotechnical Systems and Critical Data Studies” lab took part. The meeting was intended to provide an insight into the strands and structures of the metaproject and offered the ZeMKI team the (…)

20231113_TeamIMPACT_gewinnt Hackaton

ZeMKI Labs win the "AI in Education" Hackathon

The ZeMKI Lab “Socio-Technical Systems and Critical Data Studies” of Prof. Dr. Andreas Breitner, together with the ZeMKI Lab “Media and Education” of Prof. Dr. Karsten D. Wolf and colleagues from the University of Twente (ELAN, Prof. Kim Schildkamp), won the second hackathon on the topic of “AI in Education”. Over the course of two (…)


Exploring Medial Change

Internal event Media and communication change is currently the subject of various major research networks. The research group “Political Communication in the Online World” is investigating how politics and political communication are changing with the progressive establishment of the internet. The NCCR Democracy focuses, among other things, on the medialization of politics and society. The (…)