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Vol. XXI, No. 42, 1st semester, January 2014

Revolution in Education?

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01 Collaborative construction of a project as a methodology for acquiring digital competences

María Pérez-Mateo-Subirà, Barcelona (Spain), Marc Romero-Carbonell, Barcelona (Spain) & Teresa Romeu, Barcelona (Spain).

02 Planning collaborative learning in virtual environments

Nuria Hernández-Sellés, Madrid (Spain), Mercedes González-Sanmamed, A Coruña (Spain) & Pablo-César Muñoz-Carril, Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

03 Construction of the foundations of the PLE and PLN for collaborative learning

Victoria Marín-Juarros, oldenburg (Germany), Francisca Negre-Bennasar, Palma de Mallorca (Spain) & Adolfina Pérez-Garcias, Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

04 Audioblogs and Tvblogs, tools for collaborative learning in journalism

Nereida López-Vidales, Valladolid (Spain) & Patricia González-Aldea, Madrid (Spain).

05 Collaboration and social networking in Higher education

Adriana Gewerc-Barujel, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Lourdes Montero-Mesa, Santiago de Compostela (Spain) & Manuel Lama-Penín, Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

06 ICT in collaborative learning in the classrooms of Primary and Secondary Education

Ana García-Valcárcel-Muñoz-Repiso, Salamanca (Spain), Verónica Basilotta-Gómez-Pablos, Salamanca (Spain) & Camino López-García, Salamanca (Spain).

07 Meaning processes mediated through a protagonists’ collaborative learning platform

Marcelo Arancibia-Herrera, Valdivia (Chile), Iván Oliva-Figueroa, Valdivia (Chile) & Francisco Paiva-Cornejo, Valdivia (Chile).

08 Exploring student and teacher perception of E-textbooks in a Primary School

Janaina Minelli-de-Oliveira, Tarragona (Spain), Mar Camacho-i-Martí, Tarragona (Spain) & Mercè Gisbert-Cervera, Tarragona (Spain).

09 A community of practice: An intervention model based on computer supported collaborative learning

María-Rosa Fernández-Sánchez, Cáceres (Spain) & Jesús Valverde-Berrocoso, Cáceres (Spain).

10 Design thinking and collaborative learning

Teemu Leinonen, Helsinki (Finland) & Eva Durall-Gazulla, Helsinki (Finland).

11 Primary School second grade teachers’ and students’ opinions on media literacy

Emine Sur, Konya (Turkey), Emre Ünal, Nigde (Turkey) & Kamil Iseries, Nigde (Turkey).

12 Empowering media citizenship through educommunication

Vicent Gozálvez-Pérez, Valencia (Spain) & Paloma Contreras-Pulido, Huelva (Spain).

13 Media literacy and information literacy: Similarities and differences

Alice Lee, Hong Kong (China) & Clement So, Hong Kong (China).

14 Adolescent students as media fictional characters

Laia Falcón-Díaz-Aguado, Madrid (Spain) & María-José Díaz-Aguado-Jalón, Madrid (Spain).

15 Researching on and with young people: Collaborating and educating

María Domingo-Coscollola, Barcelona (Spain), Joan-Anton Sánchez-Valero, Barcelona (Spain) & Juana-María Sancho-Gil, Barcelona (Spain).

16 Educational possibilities of social networks and group work. University students’ perceptions

Julio Cabero-Almenara, Sevilla (Spain) & Verónica Marín-Díaz, Córdoba (Spain).

17 Media literacy for older people facing the digital divide: The e-inclusion programmes design

Leopoldo Abad-Alcalá, Madrid (Spain).

18 College students’ views about journalism education in Spain

María-Luisa Humanes-Humanes, Madrid (Spain) & Sergio Roses-Campos, Málaga (Spain).

19 Critical analysis of government vs. Commercial advertising discourse on older persons in Spain

Susana de-Andrés-del-Campo, Segovia (Spain) & Rosa de-Lima-Maestro, Segovia (Spain).

20 Digital media in Ecuador: Future perspectives

María-Isabel Punín-Larrea, Loja (Ecuador), Alison-Catherine Martínez-Haro, Loja (Ecuador) & Nathalie-Angélica Rencoret-Quezada, Loja (Ecuador).

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