• Comunicar 64: Children, youth and media in the era of smart devices: Risks, threats and opportunities
  • Comunicar 63: Gender equality, media and education: A necessary global alliance
  • Comunicar 62: Learning ecologies in the digital age
  • Comunicar 61: Digital Competence for Teachers. Perspectives and foresights for a new school
  • 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
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    Systematic review of mixed methods in the framework of educational innovation

    Revisión sistemática de métodos mixtos en el marco de la innovación educativa

    María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya & Jairo Lugo-Ocando. Monterrey & Doha (Mexico & Qatar)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-01

    The impact of science communication on Twitter: The case of Neil deGrasse Tyson

    El impacto del discurso científico en Twitter: El caso de Neil deGrasse Tyson

    Elena Denia. Valencia (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-02

    Construction of personalized learning pathways through mixed methods

    Construcción de itinerarios personalizados de aprendizaje mediante métodos mixtos

    Jesús Salinas-Ibáñez 0000-0002-3043-8455 & Bárbara De-Benito. Palma de Mallorca (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-03

    Education, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: Mixed methods in digital platforms

    Educación, Big Data e Inteligencia Artificial: Metodologías mixtas en plataformas digitales

    Beatrice Bonami, Luiz Piazentini & André Dala-Possa. São Paulo, Londres & Santa Catarina (Brazil & United Kingdom)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-04

    The role of supporting technologies in a mixed methods research design

    El rol de las tecnologías de apoyo en un diseño de investigación de métodos mixtos

    Francesca-M. Dagnino, Yannis Dimitriadis, Francesca Pozzi, Bartolomé Rubia-Avi & Juan-I. Asensio-Pérez. Génova & Valladolid (Italy & Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-05

    Online parental mediation strategies in family contexts of Spain

    Estrategias online de mediación parental en contextos familiares de España

    Gemma Martínez, Miguel-Ángel Casado & Carmelo Garitaonandia. Vizcaya (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-06

    Perceived sexualization in girls' fashion stylings: A Spain-China cross-cultural analysis

    Sexualización percibida en los estilismos de moda de niñas: Un análisis transcultural en España-China

    Mónica Díaz-Bustamante-Ventisca, Carmen Llovet-Rodríguez & María-José Narros-González. Madrid & Barcelona (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-07

    Video game usage time in adolescents’ academic performance

    El tiempo de uso de los videojuegos en el rendimiento académico de los adolescentes

    Fernando Gómez-Gonzalvo, José Devís-Devís & Pere Molina-Alventosa. Valencia (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-08

    Mobile learning for homework: Emerging cultural practices in the new media ecology

    El aprendizaje móvil en las tareas escolares: Prácticas culturales emergentes en la nueva ecología mediática

    Klaus Rummler, Caroline Grabensteiner & Colette Schneider-Stingelin. Zurich (Switzerland)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-09

    WhatsApp for the development of oral and written communication skills in Peruvian adolescents

    WhatsApp para el desarrollo de habilidades comunicativas orales y escritas en adolescentes peruanos

    Fortunato Escobar-Mamani & Indira Gómez-Arteta. Puno (Peru)

    DOI:10.3916/C65-2020-10

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    News consumption and risk perception of Covid-19 in Spain

    Seguimiento informativo y percepción del riesgo ante la Covid-19 en España

    Alberto Mora-Rodríguez & Inmaculada Melero-López. Murcia (Spain)

    DOI:10.3916/C66-2021-01

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