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[Xmca-l] FW: [Comunicar 42]: Revolution in Education? Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL)

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From: Comunicar Researchers [mailto:researchers@grupocomunicar.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2013 3:54 AM
To: Peter Smagorinsky
Subject: [Comunicar 42]: Revolution in Education? Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL)

We inform you that the preprint version of «Comunicar», 42, has been recently published with the suggestive title: "Revolution in Education? Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL)". All articles are available full text and free of charge on our official website.


Collaborative Construction of a Project as a Methodology to Acquire Digital Competences
María Pérez Mateo, Marc Romero Carbonell & Teresa Romeu Fontanillas. Barcelona (Spain).

Planning Collaborative Learning in Virtual Environments
Nuria Hernández Sellés, Mercedes González Sanmamed & Pablo César Muñoz Carril. Madrid, A Coruña & Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

Construction of the Foundations of the PLE and PLN for Collaborative Learning
Victoria Marín Juarros, Francisca Negre Bennasar & Adolfina Pérez Garcias. Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

Audioblogs and Tvblogs, Tools for the Collaborative Learning in Journalism
Nereida López Vidales & Patricia González Aldea. Valladolid & Madrid (Spain).

Collaboration and Social Networking in Higher Education
Adriana Gewerc Barujel, Lourdes Montero Mesa & Manuel Lama Penín. Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

ICT in collaborative learning in the classroom of elementary and secondary education
Ana García-Valcárcel Muñoz-Repiso, Verónica Basilotta Gómez-Pablos & Camino López García. Salamanca (Spain).

Meaning Processes mediated through a Protagonists' Collaborative Learning Platform
Marcelo Arancibia Herrera, Iván Oliva Figueroa & Francisco Paiva Cornejo. Valdivia (Chile).

Exploring Student and Teacher's Perception of E-textbooks in a Primary School
Janaina Minelli de Oliveira, Mar Camacho i Martí & Mercè Gisbert Cervera. Tarragona (Spain).

A Community of Practice: An Intervention Model based on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
María Rosa Fernández Sánchez & Jesús Valverde Berrocoso. Cáceres (Spain).

Design Thinking and Collaborative Learning
Teemu Leinonen & Eva Durall Gazulla. Helsinki (Finland).

Primary School Second Grade Teachers' and Students' Opinions on Media Literacy
Emine Sur, Emre Ünal & Kamil Iseries. Konya & Nigde (Turkey).

Empowering Media Citizenship through Educommunication
Vicent Gozálvez Pérez & Paloma Contreras Pulido. Valencia & Huelva (Spain).

Media Literacy and Information Literacy: Similarities and Differences
Alice Lee & Clement So. Hong Kong (China).

Adolescent Students as Media Fictional Characters
Laia Falcón Díaz-Aguado & María José Díaz-Aguado Jalón. Madrid (Spain).

Researching on and with Young People: Collaborating and Educating
María Domingo Coscollola, Joan Anton Sánchez Valero & Juana María Sancho Gil. Barcelona (Spain).

Educational Possibilities of Social Networks and Group Work. University Students' Perceptions
Julio Cabero Almenara & Verónica Marín Díaz. Sevilla & Córdoba (Spain).

Media Literacy for Older People Facing the Digital Divide: The e-Inclusion Programs Design
Leopoldo Abad Alcalá. Madrid (Spain).

College Students' Views about the Journalism Education in Spain
María Luisa Humanes Humanes & Sergio Roses Campos. Madrid & Málaga (Spain).

Critical Analysis of Government vs. Commercial Advertising Discourse on Older Persons in Spain
Susana de Andrés del Campo & Rosa de Lima Maestro. Segovia (Spain).

Digital Media in Ecuador - Future Perspectives
María Isabel Punín Larrea, Alison Martínez & Nathaly Rencoret. Loja (Ecuador).


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