• Comunicar 60: How to become a genius. Personalized learning and high capacities in the connected society
  • Comunicar 59: Emerging mobile media. Convergence in the new media arena
  • Comunicar 58: Digital media and learning: Emergent forms of participation and social transformation
  • Comunicar 57: Artivism: Art and Social Engagement in a Digital World
  • Comunicar 56: Cyberbullying: the threat without a face
  • Comunicar 55: The Media Sphere. Controversies in Public Life
  • Comunicar 54: Shared Science and Knowledge. Open Access, Technology and Education
  • Comunicar 53: Critical Citizenship and Social Empowerment in the Emerging Cybersociety
  • Comunicar 52: The Social Brain and Connective Intelligence
  • Comunicar 51: E-Innovation in Higher Education
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    Understanding social and cultural aspects of teachers’ digital competencies

    Comprendiendo los aspectos culturales y sociales de las competencias digitales docentes

    Bård Ketil Engen. Oslo (Norway)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-01

    The development of the digital teaching competence from a sociocultural approach

    El desarrollo de la competencia digital docente desde un enfoque sociocultural

    Pilar Colás-Bravo Bravo, Jesús Conde-Jiménez & Salvador Reyes-de-Cózar. Sevilla & Madrid (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-02

    Teacher’s digital competence among final year Pedagogy students in Chile and Uruguay

    Competencia digital docente en estudiantes de último año de Pedagogía de Chile y Uruguay

    Juan Silva, Mireia Usart & José-Luis Lázaro-Cantabrana. Santiago de Chile & Tarragona (Chile & Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-03

    Digital resources and didactic methodology in the initial training of History teachers

    Recursos digitales y metodología didáctica en la formación inicial de docentes de Historia

    Pedro Miralles-Martínez, Cosme J. Gómez-Carrasco, Víctor B. Arias-González & Olaia Fontal-Merillas. Murcia, Salamanca & Valladolid (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-04

    Competence of future teachers in the digital security area

    Competencia de futuros docentes en el área de seguridad digital

    María-Jesús Gallego-Arrufat, Norma Torres-Hernández & Teresa Pessoa. Granada & Coimbra (Spain & Portugal)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-05

    Application of the ubiquitous game with augmented reality in Primary Education

    Aplicación del juego ubicuo con realidad aumentada en Educación Primaria

    José-Manuel Sáez-López, María Luisa Sevillano-García García & María de los Ángeles Pascual-Sevillano. Madrid & Oviedo (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-06

    Online political participation of young people in Mexico, Spain and Chile

    La participación política online de los jóvenes en México, España y Chile

    Daniel-Javier de-la-Garza-Montemayor, José-Antonio Peña-Ramos & Fátima Recuero-López. Nuevo León & Granada (Mexico & Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-07

    Safe and inclusive educational apps: Digital protection from an ethical and critical perspective

    Aplicaciones educativas seguras e inclusivas: La protección digital desde una perspectiva ética y crítica

    Lucrezia Crescenzi-Lanna, Riccardo Valente & Rafael Suárez-Gómez. Barcelona (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-08

    Effectiveness of MOOCs for teachers in safe ICT use training

    Efectividad de los MOOC para docentes en el uso seguro de las TIC

    Aldo Gordillo, Sonsoles López-Pernas & Enrique Barra. Madrid (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-09

    Study of the academic production on communication in Spain and Latin America

    Estudio de la producción académica sobre comunicación en España e Hispanoamérica

    Valeriano Piñeiro-Naval & Ricardo Morais. Covilhã (Portugal)

    DOI:10.3916/C61-2019-10

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