Vol. XXVII, No. 58, 1st quarter, January 2019
Dr. Moisès Esteban-Guitart - University of Girona - Spain
Dr. Javier González-Patiño - Autonomous University of Madrid - Spain
Dr. James Gee - Arizona State University - USA
01 Designing for deep learning in the context of digital and social media
James-Paul Gee, Tempe (United States) & Moisés Esteban-Guitart, Girona (Spain).
02 The ‘danmu’ phenomenon and media participation: Intercultural understanding and language learning through ‘The Ministry of Time’
Leticia-Tian Zhang, Barcelona (Spain) & Daniel Cassany, Barcelona (Spain).
03 Connected learning ecologies as an emerging opportunity through Cosplay
Sophia Bender, Bloomington (United States) & Kylie Peppler, Irvine (United States).
04 Young people learning from digital media outside of school: The informal meets the formal
Sara Pereira, Braga (Portugal), Joana Fillol, Braga (Portugal) & Pedro Moura, Braga (Portugal).
05 Distributed digital contexts and learning: Personal empowerment and social transformation in marginalized populations
Arul Chib, Nanyang (Singapore), Caitlin Bentley, Canberra (Australia) & Reidinar-Juliane Wardoyo, Nanyang (Singapore).
06 Conflicts in the professional roles of journalists in Spain: Ideals and practice
Sergio Roses-Campos, Málaga (Spain) & María-Luisa Humanes-Humanes, Madrid (Spain).
07 Exploring the influence of the teacher: Social participation on Twitter and academic perception
Sonia Santoveña-Casal, Madrid (Spain) & César Bernal-Bravo, Madrid (Spain).
08 Google or Gutenberg Generation: Chilean university students’ reading habits and reading purposes
Giovanni Parodi, Valparaíso (Chile), Tomás Moreno-de-León, Valparaíso (Chile), Cristóbal Julio, Valparaíso (Chile) & Gina Burdiles, Concepción (Chile).
09 Multiple intelligences and video games: Assessment and intervention with TOI software
Pablo Garmen, Oviedo (Spain), Celestino Rodríguez, Oviedo (Spain), Patricia García-Redondo, Oviedo (Spain) & Juan-Carlos San-Pedro-Veledo, Oviedo (Spain).
10 eGamers’ influence in brand advertising strategies. A comparative study between Spain and Korea
Carlos Fanjul-Peyró, Castellón (Spain), Cristina González-Oñate, Castellón (Spain) & Pedro-Jesús Peña-Hernández, Castellón (Spain).