Lidia Oliveira


has a degree in Philosophy from the University of Coimbra (1990), a Master's degree in Educational Technology from the University of Aveiro, in partnership with the University of Valenciennes (France) and Mons (Belgium) (1995), and a PhD in Sciences and Technologies of Communication from the University of Aveiro (2002). She did her post-doctorate (2009-2010) at CES - Centre for Social Studies - Associate Laboratory of the University of Coimbra. In 2010 she did her Aggregation Examination at the University of Aveiro, in the scientific area of Sciences and Technologies of Communication. She has been a professor in the Department of Communication and Art ( at the University of Aveiro since 1995 until the present. And, she is a researcher and Scientific Coordinator of the University of Aveiro branch of CETAC.MEDIA - Communication Sciences and Technologies Centre ( – a scientific research unit in consortium with the Oporto University. She investigates the implications of information technology and network communication on cognitive and social routines, of the individuals, groups and organizations. Her main scientific interest is in cyberculture studies and social network analysis. Her areas of interest are: Science and Technologies of Communication, ICT and Education, Multimedia, Social Network Analysis, Cyberculture Studies, Sociology of Communication, Information Systems, Digital Libraries, Science Communication, Communication in the Scientific Community (theoretical and empirical studies). She has published both nationally and internationally in peer review journals, book chapters and, conferences proceedings.



Articles published on IXD&A:


Implementation of Social Entrepreneurship Projects The path to Communities of Practice, N.32, 2017, pp. 165 - 172, abstractdownload