Vol. XXIV, No. 49, 4th quarter, October 2016
Dr. Alexander Fedorov - Rostov State University of Economics - Russia
Dr. Jorge A. Cortés Montalvo - Autonomous University of Chihuahua - Mexico
Dr. Yamile Sandoval Romero - Santiago de Cali University - Colombia
01 Media education as a strategy for online civic participation in Portuguese schools
Tânia Dias-Fonseca, Azores (Portugal) & John Potter, Londres (United Kingdom).
02 Media pedagogy in German and U.S. teacher education
Jennifer Tiede, Würzburg (Germany) & Silke Grafe, Würzburg (Germany).
03 The ecosystem of media literacy: A holistic approach to media education
Nudee Nupairoj, Bangkok (Thailand).
04 Media literacy in Brazil: Experiences and models in non-formal education
Mônica Pegurer-Caprino, São Paulo (Brazil) & Juan-Francisco Martínez-Cerdá, Barcelona (Spain).
05 Media competence of teachers and students of compulsory education in Spain
Antonia Ramírez-García, Córdoba (Spain) & Natalia González-Fernández, Santander (Spain).
06 The Wiki learning project: Wikipedia as an open learning environment
Paola Ricaurte-Quijano, Ciudad de México (Mexico) & Arianna Carli-Álvarez, Ciudad de México (Mexico).
07 Digital skills in the Z generation: Key questions for a curricular introduction in Primary School
Ana Pérez-Escoda, Logroño (Spain), Ana Castro-Zubizarreta, Santander (Spain) & Manuel Fandos-Igado, Zaragoza (Spain).
08 Teachers’ perceptions of the digital transformation of the classroom through the use of tablets: A study in spain
Cristóbal Suárez-Guerrero, Valencia (Spain), Carmen Lloret-Catalá, Valencia (Spain) & Santiago Mengual-Andrés, Valencia (Spain).
09 Dimensions and indicators of the information quality in digital media
Luis-M. Romero-Rodríguez, Cali (Colombia), Patricia de-Casas-Moreno, Huelva (Spain) & Ángel Torres-Toukoumidis, Gotemburgo (Sweden).
10 Adults and elders and their use of ICTs. Media competence of digital immigrants
Sara Román-García, Cádiz (Spain), Ana Almansa-Martínez, Málaga (Spain) & María-del-Rocío Cruz-Díaz, Sevilla (Spain).