Andreas A. Veglis

Andreas A. VeglisAndreas Veglis is Professor, head of the Media Informatics Lab at the School of Journalism & Mass Communication at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He received his BSc in Physics, MSc in Electronics and Communications, and PhD in Computer Science, all from Aristotle University. His research interests include information technology in journalism, new media, course support environments, data journalism, open data and distance learning. He has published in books and international journals. His research interests include information technology in journalism, new media, course support environments, data journalism, open data and distance learning. He is the author or co-author of 12 books, he has published 58 papers on scientific journals and he has presented 86 papers in international and national Conferences. Professor Veglis has been involved in 25 national and international research projects.

Publications

Data Journalism: Definition, Skills, Difficulties, and Perspectives
Andreas Veglis, Charalampos P. Bratsas. © 2021. 12 pages.
In recent years, data journalism has drawn significant attention in academic literature as well as in the area of new developments in digital news production. It is a...
Exploring the Integration of User-Generated Content in Media Organizations Through Participatory Journalism
Theodora A. Saridou, Andreas Veglis. © 2021. 12 pages.
This chapter aims to offer an in-depth description of the concept of participatory journalism, which holds an important and constantly evolving part in the digital media...
Theory and Practice of Search Engine Optimization
Dimitrios Giomelakis, Andreas Veglis. © 2021. 14 pages.
The extensive range of information resources and services is certainly one of the most important features of the internet while at the same time, web search is considered as a...
Internet Censorship and Regulation Systems in Democracies: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Nikolaos Koumartzis, Andreas Veglis. © 2020. 272 pages.
As the internet has been regulated from its conception, many widespread beliefs regarding internet freedom are actually misconceptions. Additionally, there are already two main...
Selfie Journalism and Politics: An Empirical Approach
Kosmas Panagiotidis, Theodora A. Maniou, Andreas Veglis. © 2020. 17 pages.
A theoretical idea of convergence between journalism and selfie photographs in a single framework led academic researchers to identify and examine a new tendency in journalism...
Cross-Media Authentication and Verification: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Anastasia Katsaounidou, Charalampos Dimoulas, Andreas Veglis. © 2019. 213 pages.
As media becomes more readily available in the digital age, it also becomes more vulnerable to tampering and manipulation, making techniques for verifying reliable news and media...
Internet Regulation and Online Censorship
Nikolaos Koumartzis, Andreas Veglis. © 2019. 17 pages.
This paper explores the development of Internet regulation policies worldwide since the birth of the World Wide Web, describes the advantages and disadvantages of the main...
Data Journalism
Andreas A. Veglis, Charalampos P. Bratsas. © 2019. 12 pages.
The introduction of information communication technologies (ICTs) has transformed the journalism profession through the digitalization of the work process as well as the...
Semantically Enhanced Authoring of Shared Media
Charalampos A. Dimoulas, Andreas A. Veglis, George Kalliris. © 2019. 13 pages.
This chapter examines current trends and future perspectives of semantically enhanced media/multimedia, considering all forms of non-linear storytelling, sharing, and authoring....
Search Engine Optimization
Dimitrios Giomelakis, Andreas A. Veglis. © 2019. 12 pages.
In this chapter, the authors discuss at length the subject of search engine optimization (SEO), its different characteristics, and why basic SEO knowledge is considered as a...
The Politicization of Selfie Journalism: An Empirical Study to Parliamentary Elections
Theodora Maniou, Kosmas Panagiotidis, Andreas Veglis. © 2019. 18 pages.
While the phenomenon of selfie photographs in the media has been extensively analysed by academics, Selfie Journalism was recently introduced and constitutes one of the most...
Data Journalism
Andreas A. Veglis, Charalampos P. Bratsas. © 2018. 10 pages.
The introduction of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) has transformed journalism profession through the digitalization of the work process as well as the introduction...
Semantically Enhanced Authoring of Shared Media
Charalampos Dimoulas, Andreas A. Veglis, George Kalliris. © 2018. 12 pages.
This chapter examines current trends and future perspectives of semantically-enhanced media /multimedia, considering all forms of non-linear storytelling, sharing and authoring....
Search Engine Optimization
Dimitrios Giomelakis, Andreas A. Veglis. © 2018. 10 pages.
In this article, we will discuss at length the subject of Search Engine Optimization (SEO), its different characteristics and why basic SEO knowledge is considered as a useful...
Augmenting User Interaction Experience Through Embedded Multimodal Media Agents in Social Networks
Maria Matsiola, Charalampos Dimoulas, George Kalliris, Andreas A. Veglis. © 2018. 22 pages.
The current chapter proposes media agent and multi-agent models aiming at improving mediated communication and information exchange in social networking. Great progress has been...
Audiovisual Hypermedia in the Semantic Web
Charalampos Dimoulas, Andreas Veglis, George Kalliris. © 2015. 11 pages.
Augmenting User Interaction Experience through Embedded Multimodal Media Agents in Social Networks
Maria Matsiola, Charalampos Dimoulas, George Kalliris, Andreas A. Veglis. © 2015. 22 pages.
The current chapter proposes media agent and multi-agent models aiming at improving mediated communication and information exchange in social networking. Great progress has been...
Application of Mobile Cloud-Based Technologies in News Reporting: Current Trends and Future Perspectives
Charalampos Dimoulas, Andreas Veglis, George Kalliris. © 2014. 24 pages.
Cloud Computing is one of the most rapidly evolving technologies available today that offers the possibility of multimedia content exploitation with rich media experience. Cloud...