CDV Teaching Staff

Bartlomiej Lodzki, Ph. D, is an Assistant Professor at the Collegium da Vinci, Poland; Visiting Scholar at the University of Florida (College of Journalism and Communications, 2014). Political scientist, media expert, Head of the Revision Commission the Polish Communication Association. Member of the International Communication Association and International Political Science Association. The former Head of Center for Empirical Media Research and Automotive Journalism Studies at the Department of Journalism and Social Communication (University of Lower Silesia 2008-2016). His academic and research activities are focused on political communication, agenda-setting, mass media influences, media systems and development of new communication technologies. He is the author of the book entitled: “Setting the Media Agenda during Election Campaigns 2005 in Poland” and other several book chapters and articles. He was awarded with the Presseclub Dresden Scholarship, Ministry of Science and Higher Education Grant, Media Expert Prize and Radio “Luz” Prize of the nicest academic teacher in Wrocław.


Anna Zięty is a doctor of Social Sciences in Pedagogy. She obtained her PhD from the Faculty of Educational Studies at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Assistant professor in the Collegium da Vinci in Poznan, coordinator for practice at the Mediaworking.

She is a longtime research fellow and lecturer at the University of Lower Silesia (DSW) – an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences, head of the Educational Applications of Media unit. She is also the supervisor of Musical Journalism specialization at the University of Lower Silesia, a certified tutor, as well as a coach and a methodologist in the field of e-learning trainings.

Her research and teaching interests are focused on media education, educational uses of media, psychology of new media, ICT, e-learning, online marketing, social media and issues related to network society

She holds a PhD in Pedagogy. From 2000-2014, she held the positon of Assistant Professor in the Department of Pedeutology at the University of Lower Silesia. She is actively engaged in Developmental evaluation and Intervention research inspired by the Cultural-historical activity theory, Dialogical pedagogy and Philosophy of dialogue. For many years, she has been collaborating with teachers and education professionals in local and international Developmental projects and Intervention research and has authored and co-authored several books and numerous articles. She is also a member of the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR).

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