Published issues

Vol. XIX, No. 37, 2nd semester, October 2011

The University Network and on the Net

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Flexibility in higher education: Revisiting expectations

Betty Collis, Twente (Netherlands) & Jef Moonen, Twente (Netherlands).

Building creative competence in globally distributed courses through design thinking

Reinhold Steinbeck, Palo Alto (United States).

«Alacena», an open learning design repository for university teaching

Carlos Marcelo, Sevilla (Spain), Carmen Yot-Domínguez, Sevilla (Spain) & Cristina Mayor-Ruiz, Sevilla (Spain).

Apprenticeship students learning on-line: Opportunities and challenges for polytechnic institutions

Martha Burkle, Calgary (Canada).

Learning networks, networked learning

Peter Sloep, Heerlen (Netherlands) & Adriana Berlanga, Heerlen (Netherlands).

Interaction analysis in hybrid learning environment

Luz-Adriana Osorio-Gómez, Bogotá (Colombia) & Josep-M Duart, Barcelona (Spain).

Students’ perspective on on-line college education in the field of journalism

Gloria Gómez-Escalonilla-Moreno, Madrid (Spain), María Santín-Durán, Madrid (Spain) & Gladys Mathieu, Madrid (Spain).

Digital divide in universities: Internet use in Ecuadorian universities

Juan-Carlos Torres-Díaz, Loja (Ecuador) & Alfonso Infante-Moro, Huelva (Spain).

University senior students on the Web

Roberto Martínez-Pecino, Sevilla (Spain), Rosa Cabecinhas, Braga (Portugal) & Felicidad Loscertales-Abril, Sevilla (Spain).

Children and new media: Youth media participation. A case study of Egypt and Finland

Irma Hirsjärvi, Jyvaskyla (Finland) & Sami Tayie, El Cairo (Egypt).

Consumption patterns and uses of photography in digital era among communication students

Javier Marzal-Felici, Castellón (Spain) & María Soler-Campillo, Valencia (Spain).

Values perceived in television by adolescents in different cross-cultural contexts

Concepción Medrano-Samaniego, San Sebastián (Spain), Ana Aierbe-Barandiaran, Bilbao (Spain) & Juan-Ignacio Martínez-de-Morentín, San Sebastián (Spain).

The cyber media in Latin America and Web 2.0

Elias Said-Hung, Barranquilla (Colombia) & Carlos Arcila-Calderón, Salamanca (Spain).

Television fiction series targeted at young audience: Plots and conflicts portrayed in a teen series

Núria García-Muñoz, Barcelona (Spain) & Maddalena Fedele, Barcelona (Spain).

Spaniards’ perspective of immigration. The role of the media

Juan-Carlos Checa-Olmos, Almería (Spain) & Ángeles Arjona-Garrido, Almería (Spain).

Bibliometric and social network analysis applied to television dissertations presented in Spain (1976/2007)

Rafael Repiso-Caballero, Granada (Spain), Daniel Torres-Salinas, Pamplona (Spain) & Emilio Delgado-López-Cózar, Granada (Spain).

The risk of emergence of boomerang effect in communication against violence

Gaspar Brändle-Señán, Murcia (Spain), Miguel-Ángel Martín-Cárdaba, Madrid (Spain) & José-Antonio Ruiz-San-Román, Madrid (Spain).

Classroom 2.0 experiences and building on the use of ICT in teaching

María Domingo-Coscollola, Barcelona (Spain) & Pere Marquès-Graells, Barcelona (Spain).

The musical offers of children’s programming on «Televisión Española» as its hearing universe

Amparo Porta-Navarro, Castellón (Spain).

Structures and archetypal content in advertising communication

Francisco García-García, Madrid (Spain), Miguel Baños-González, Madrid (Spain) & Paloma Fernández-Fernández, Madrid (Spain).

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