Thematic areas

  • 1- Sensitive communications, media and press..
  • 2- Corporate and organizational communication
  • 3- Soocio-pedagogical communication and ICT for Education
  • 4- Digital communication and digitization process
  • 5- The open session

Sensitive communications, media and press :

In a world where information is ubiquitous and the media play a crucial role in shaping public opinion, it is imperative to take a close look at how sensitive communications are approached, handled and disseminated by the media and the press. This section aims to explore the many aspects of this complex relationship, highlighting challenges, opportunities and best practices.

Non-exhaustive tracks for the thematic :

  • Journalistic ethics and media responsibility : How do the media deal with sensitive communications such as crises, conflicts or environmental issues? What is their role in disseminating accurate, balanced and ethical information?
  • Crisis management and crisis communication : How do organizations and institutions manage sensitive communications when faced with crisis situations? What impact does the media have on crisis management and outcomes?
  • Public relations and media : How do PR professionals work with the media to disseminate sensitive messages and build relationships of trust with the public? Which strategies are most effective in this context?
  • Misinformation and fake news : How can the media combat misinformation and fake news, particularly in sensitive contexts such as political or health crises? What role do the media play in propagating or refuting false information?
  • Environmental communication : How do the media cover environmental issues and the sensitive questions linked to the climate crisis? What impact does this media coverage have on public awareness and concrete action for the environment?

Corporate and organizational communication

Communication plays an essential role in how institutions and organizations interact with their audiences, shape their reputations and influence perceptions. This section explores strategies, challenges and emerging trends in institutional and organizational communication.

Non-exhaustive tracks for the thematic :

  • Corporate communication strategies : How do public and private institutions develop and implement their communications strategies to achieve their organizational objectives and build relationships of trust with their audiences?
  • Internal communication : What are the most effective tools and approaches for communicating with employees and fostering commitment, motivation and satisfaction within organizations?
  • Reputation management : How do institutions and organizations manage their reputations in a fast-changing media environment? What is the impact of social media and transparency on public perception?
  • Crisis communication : How do institutions and organizations communicate in times of crisis to manage the issues and protect their reputations? What are the best practices in crisis communication?
  • Social responsibility and responsible communication : How do institutions and organizations integrate social responsibility into their communications? How do they communicate their actions in terms of sustainable development, social inclusion and social responsibility?
  • Communication and sport: How do sports organizations develop and implement their communication strategies to achieve their organizational and event objectives?

Soocio-pedagogical communication and ICT for Education

In an ever-changing world where information and communication technologies play an increasingly important role in all aspects of our lives, it is essential to explore their impact on education, pedagogy and socio-pedagogical communication. This axis aims to examine the practices, challenges and opportunities linked to the use of ICT for Education in the educational and pedagogical context.

Non-exhaustive tracks for the thematic :

  • Integrating ICT for Education into teaching and learning : How do teachers integrate information and communication technologies into their teaching practices to improve teaching and learning?
  • Socio-pedagogical communication and digital media : How can digital media and online platforms be used to promote socio-pedagogical communication, informal education and the dissemination of knowledge ?
  • Training teachers in ICT for Education : What training do teachers need to make effective use of ICTE in the classroom? How can educational institutions support the development of teachers' digital skills?
  • Pedagogical innovation and ICT for Education : What are the emerging pedagogical innovations that take advantage of ICTE, such as the flipped classroom, adaptive learning and virtual reality?
  • Digital inclusion and equity in education: How can we ensure that all students, whatever their socio-economic background, have equitable access to information and communication technologies in the educational environment? How can we combat the digital divide?

Digital communication and digitization process :

In the digital age, digital communication has become an essential part of any organization's communications strategy, whether it's a company, an institution or an NGO. This section aims to explore the implications of digitalization on communication practices, the media and society as a whole.

Non-exhaustive tracks for the thematic :

  • Digital communication strategies : How do organizations design and implement their digital communications strategies to reach their target audiences in an effective and relevant way?
  • Technological innovation and communication : What impact do new technologies such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and blockchain have on digital communications? What are the emerging trends to watch out for in this field?
  • Digital marketing and e-commerce : How do companies use digital marketing to promote their products and services and generate online sales? What are the challenges and opportunities of e-commerce in a constantly evolving digital environment?
  • Influencers and social media : What role do influencers and social media play in spreading messages and creating trends in society? How do organizations work with influencers to reach their target audiences?
  • Digital transformation of traditional media : How are traditional media adapting to the digital revolution? What are the challenges and opportunities of the transition to online platforms and digital-based business models?

The open session:

CISC'24 includes an open session to allow researchers to propose papers that don't fit into the four axes proposed for this edition.