“Communication School” Report UNESCO Journalism and Communication Center 2020-2021
In September 2020, the 19th issue of "Kazakhstandagi PR zhane BAK. Gylymi enberter zhinaktagi" - "PR and the media in Kazakhstan. A Collection of Scientific Works" where 5 articles by students and undergraduates of the department were published.
Our students are familiar with work on UNESCO social networks, on Facebook groups, where prof. L.S. Akhmetova is the moderator - "UNESCO Department for Journalism and Communication" - 136 participants (https://www.facebook.com/groups/844954595543881) and "Media and Information Literacy (MIL)" - 424 participants (https://www.facebook.com/groups/295672907171311).
According to the School's work plan, work conducted online and in the form of conversations or correspondence with students. In addition, they held events together with the Center for Sociological Research and Social Engineering.
The "School of Communications" received 12 certificates of participants in the seminar-training “Media and information literacy in the implementation of remote educational technologies”, March 9-20, 2021 (72 hours).
Students participated in career guidance work. They visited online schools: "New School" in Almaty and school #14 in Pavlodar, at the Higher College of Innovation Eurasian University in Pavlodar.
They took part in meetings of the department, in events organized by the department.
They wrote two applications for grant financing at the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan and two applications to the International Fund of R. Luxembourg, but, unfortunately, did not receive.
On February 15, 2020, a member of our department, prof. Sh. Nurzhanova inspected the work of the School.
Materials about the work posted in groups on Facebook "UNESCO Chair in Journalism and Communication", on the website of the faculty. A report on the work of the Center is available there.
Head of prof. L.S. Akhmetova