Teaching within the Digital Health Communication division is closely integrated with our research, fostering a collaborative environment between students and academic staff at eye level. We view this as a mutual learning opportunity, where both students and faculty engage in a quest for knowledge. Our teaching approach emphasizes experiential learning activities that enhance critical thinking skills. Classes and assignments prioritize evidence-based reasoning and the analysis of how individuals select, create, use, and are influenced by media.


We actively encourage students to adopt a scientific mindset, promoting reflection across concepts and the incorporation of cultural nuances into their thinking. We believe that cultural diversity in conceptual thinking enriches teaching and encourages diverse opinions.


Our teaching is designed to empower students with core competencies, enabling them to work independently, think critically, and approach problem-solving in innovative ways, challenging the status quo.