We zijn bij Dutch Game Garden op zoek naar een gemotiveerde communicatiestagiair. Werkzaamheden bestaan o.a. uit het maken van content voor verschillende websites, organisatie rondom onze evenementen, redactie in woord en beeld, contact onderhouden met gamebedrijven en diverse andere taken. Er is eventueel ruimte voor onderzoek binnen je stage. We zoeken per september een stagiair – duur en uren...
For the Utrecht University-based project group ‘Gaming and Simulations in Education’ we are looking for a research intern. The main task will lie in the exploration and analysis of the different ways in which gaming and simulations are actually being used within the Utrecht University, and possible among fellow educational institutions.
The Utrecht Data School, founded in December 2013, is a platform for explorative data analysis. It is an interdisciplinary effort of scholars from new media studies cooperating with colleagues from geosciences, government studies and computer science. In cooperation with partners from business, government and NGO’s students analyse case examples and provide a fresh view upon data sets in an exte...
The person we are looking for will play a key role in the research, strategy, and execution of communications campaigns. We expect you know the art and importance of storytelling, to know how to identify the keywords or value proposition and target groups to convey the value of the company and trigger interest and excitement.
The Institute of Network Cultures (INC) is looking for a research intern with production skills and overall research skills for the Society of the Query #2 conference. The internship runs for 3 months to half a year (to be decided on), and starts August 26, 2013.
IceMobile is looking for an ambitious and highly motivated research intern to do market research regarding the latest trends in mobile applications and retail. Who is interested to get to know the user and the market and help us with usability tests in our lab, data analytics from our apps, and understand customer behaviour through our research
Network Politics at Ryerson University was a very inspiring conference with great presentations and lively discussions. Research conducted at the Utrecht New Media and Digital Culture programme was presented in lectures by Imar de Vries, Marianne van den Boomen and Mirko Tobias Schaefer.