Vol. XXIII, No. 45, 1st semester, July 2015
Dr. Mariano Sánchez - University of Granada - Spain
01 Uses and gratifications of computers in South African elderly people
Tanja Bosch, Ciudad del Cabo (South Africa) & Bronwyn Currin, Ciudad del Cabo (South Africa).
02 Use, consumption and knowledge of new technologies by elderly people in France, United Kingdom and Spain
Cristina González-Oñate, Castellón (Spain), Carlos Fanjul-Peyró, Castellón (Spain) & Francisco Cabezuelo-Lorenzo, Valladolid (Spain).
03 Internet and the elderly: Enhancing active ageing
Carmen Llorente-Barroso, Madrid (Spain), Mónica Viñarás-Abad, Madrid (Spain) & María Sánchez-Valle, Madrid (Spain).
04 Active ageing and access to technology: An evolving empirical study
Raquel Casado-Muñoz, Burgos (Spain), Fernando Lezcano-Barbero, Burgos (Spain) & María-José Rodríguez-Conde, Salamanca (Spain).
05 New elders, old divides: ICTs, inequalities and well being amongst young elderly Italians
Fausto Colombo, Milán (Italy), Piermarco Aroldi, Milán (Italy) & Simone Carlo, Milán (Italy).
06 From digital divide to psycho-digital divide: Elders and online social networks
Begoña Peral-Peral, Sevilla (Spain), Jorge Arenas-Gaitán, Sevilla (Spain) & Ángel-Francisco Villarejo-Ramos, Sevilla (Spain).
07 A mobile augmented reality assistive technology for the elderly
Rafael Saracchini, Burgos (Spain), Carlos Catalina-Ortega, Burgos (Spain) & Luca Bordoni, Ancona (Italy).
08 Eyetracker technology in elderly people: How integrated television content is paid attention to and processed
Elena Añaños-Carrasco, Barcelona (Spain).
09 Design patterns to enhance accessibility and use of social applications for older adults
Huizilopoztli Luna-García, Zacateca (Mexico), Ricardo Mendoza-González, Aguascalientes (Mexico) & Francisco-Javier Álvarez-Rodríguez, Aguascalientes (Mexico).
10 Using technology to connect generations: Some considerations of form and function
Mariano Sánchez-Martínez, Granada (Spain), Matthew Kaplan, State College (United States) & Leah Bradley, Rockville (United States).
11 The framework of media education and media criticism in the contemporary world: The opinion of international experts
Alexander Fedorov, Rostov (Russia) & Anastasia Levitskaya, Rostov (Russia).
12 University teaching with digital technologies
Carlos Marcelo, Sevilla (Spain), Carmen Yot-Domínguez, Sevilla (Spain) & Cristina Mayor-Ruiz, Sevilla (Spain).
13 Mexican children and American cartoons: Foreign references in animation
Elia-Margarita Cornelio-Marí, Villahermosa (Mexico).
14 ICT leadership in Higher Education: A multiple case study in Colombia
Gary Cifuentes-Álvarez, Bogotá (Colombia) & Ruben Vanderlinde, Gantes (Belgium).
15 Spanish journalists and the loss of news quality: Professional judgements
Josep-Lluis Gómez-Mompart, Valencia (Spain), Juan-Francisco Gutiérrez-Lozano, Málaga (Spain) & Dolors Palau-Sampio, Valencia (Spain).
16 Primary teachers’ technological, pedagogical and content knowledge
Rosabel Roig-Vila, Alicante (Spain), Santiago Mengual-Andrés, Valencia (Spain) & Patricia Quinto-Medrano, Indianápolis (United States).
17 ICT use and parental mediation perceived by Chilean children
Llarela Berríos-Valenzuela, Santiago (Chile), María-Rosa Buxarrais-Estrada, Barcelona (Spain) & María-Soledad Garcés, Santiago (Chile).
18 Children’s exposure to advertising on games sites in Brazil and Spain
Daniel Marti-Pellón, Vigo (Spain) & Pâmela Saunders, Ceará (Brazil).
19 Telecommunication industry contributions to child online protection
Mónica Recalde-Viana, Pamplona (Spain), Charo Sádaba, Pamplona (Spain) & Elena Gutiérrez-García, Pamplona (Spain).
20 Information literacy grade of Secondary School teachers in Spain. Beliefs and self-perceptions
Juan-Francisco Álvarez, Tarragona (Spain) & Mercè Gisbert-Cervera, Tarragona (Spain).
21 Visual Stories
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