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What kind of videos can I find in Ciència UJI TV and how are they structured?
The Ciència UJI TV videoblog includes both self-produced videos by the Communication and Publications Service from the Universitat Jaume I, and content issued by the University institutes and teaching staff, news disseminated by third parties related to science and innovation on campus and audiovisual material related to science that we consider to be interesting for the university community and the general public.
The contents, which are presented in three languages, are grouped into five sections. The first section, “Science news” includes news and interviews related to research results and information on current issues addressed by the UJI research staff. The section “Diffussion of science” includes popular science videos for the university and pre-university level; videopresentacions of research groups and institutes; special videos on international years; videos about possible research outputs in each of the degrees; abstracts of scientific conferences and congresses at the University, etc. The section “Science communication training” is aimed specifically at researchers to provide them with tools to improve communication of their work to society. The category “Scientific vocabulary” aims to bring closer to society scientific concepts, defined by the same investigators and researchers, in an educational and informative way. Finally, the “Accessible videos” section groups all the videos that have subtitles and audiodescription for people with disabilities.

I can not see the subtitles
Each video is subtitled for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Moreover, in the English version the videos have subtitles in this language.
Subtitles can be activated by clicking on the square icon on the bottom right of the video, and to shift language you have to click the gear icon.

I have an interesting video and I want to include it in Ciència UJI TV
If you have audiovisual material of relevance to this channel, please contact the Scientific Culture and Innovation Unit in charge for the management of the videoblog via ucc (at) uji.es .

I belong to a UJI research group at we want to spread our research
You can contact the Scientific Culture and Innovation Unit via ucc (at) uji.es to analyze the characteristics of the research and decide which is the best way to disseminate it through media, social networks, the development of audiovisual products, the university own media, and so on.

I am a journalist and I am interested in using a video and contacting the research team
The videos produced by the Communication and Publications Service can be used with attribution. If you need a specific format, you can request it to the Scientific Culture and Innovation Unit through ucc (at) uji.es. Likewise, you can use this email to get in touch with the people responsible for video production or with the researchers, and also to get more information.

Why some of the videos are not available in all three languages?
The Communication and Publications Service performs only Catalan and Spanish versions and subtitles into English of self-produced videos. In the case of material produced by others, we do not consider it appropriate to add subtitles or to create new versions. We do offer the explanatory text of the video in the three languages, along with an indication of what is the original language of the audiovisual.

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Red de Universidades Valencianas para el fomento de la Investigación, el Desarrollo y la Innovación (RUVID)
Fundación Española para el Fomento de la Ciencia y la Tecnología (Fecyt)
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World Federation of Science Journalists

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