Tag Archives: European Parliament

American students quiz MEPs

Debating Europe Schools

One of the things I love about digital media is their capacity to bridge geographical divides, establishing new connections between people who would be unlikely to cross paths in the offline world.

So I was delighted to be able to offer my students here at the University of Washington in Seattle an opportunity to put questions directly to Members of the European Parliament.

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Filed under Digital media, EU, Fellowship Programme, USA

The Long Tail vs the Long Neck

Network theory and power law have been the focus of attention in the University of Washington’s Digital Media and Politics course during the last couple of weeks.  This might sound rather academic, but I think the theoretical background can provide some useful insights into the challenges we face communicating the European Union.

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Filed under Digital media, EU, Fellowship Programme