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IRC 2.0. Social media for information, relationship, and communication in the web 2.0 era

  • Fumero-Reverón, Antonio
The rapid pace at which trends, news, tools, technologies, devices, services, etc. come and go in our information society requires of every citizen a certain capacity to internalize the perceived complexity behind the metaphors we are used to hearing from IT professionals, as well as to assess the impact of these changes on everyday life. The article briefly introduces and develops a simplified model that helps in presenting three key phenomena that are relevant enough for understanding the current developmental stage of the Web as most visible part of the Network itself. It is based on three elements (infotechnologies, people and content) and it is developed along three axes (information, relations and communication). The model also wants to serve the reader as an intellectual and conceptual tool to delve into any of its dimensions.

Use of Twitter and Facebook by Iberoamerican media

  • García-de-Torres, Elvira
  • Yezers'Ka, Lyudmyla
  • Rost, Alejandro
  • Calderín, Mabel
  • Edo, Concha
  • Rojano, Miladys
  • Said, Elías
  • Jerónimo, Pedro
  • Arcila, Carlos
  • Serrano, Ana
  • Badillo, Jorge
  • Corredoira, Loreto
The aim of the present study is to examine the use of social media by 27 news outlets from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain and Venezuela. To determine how these news media receive and disseminate information as well as interact with their audience, the research method combines analysis of Twitter and Facebook  profiles and semi-structured interviews.

Postdrama culture in Ecuador and Spain: Methodological framework and comparative study

  • Orosa-Roldán, Miguel-Ángel
  • López-López, Paulo-Carlos
This paper results from a neo-functionalist constructivist theory as the one allowing us to understand that dialogue processes and social participation build culture with a dynamic and civic vision, as opposed to organic and much more conservative visions. The main objective is to create a panel of analysis of plays from the point of view of drama (sense) and post-drama (nonsense), introducing cross-cutting concepts such as identity, interculturality and participation. The second objective, and as a way to validate these panels, is to analyze in a comparative way the similarities and differences of two types of post-theater manifestations in Spanish, Europe and Andean theater, particularly in Ecuador. This descriptive and qualitative research applies the analytical-synthetic method to approach the study of seven plays of dramatic and postdramatic nature. As a result, the usefulness of these panels developed to carry out this type of study on the elements of order and chaos, as well as to understand internal and external participation, is validated. As a general conclusion, it is observed that the current Ecuadorian plays respond to a post-drama culture that uses elements of the unitary dramatic stage and differential factors of Andean character.

En torno a la idea de juego a partir de dos escenas de Calderón

  • Máñez, María
This work deals with a certain idea of game in Calderón, starting from two metatheatrical scenes, which consists in being actor of one-self. At first it is analysed how the game works from a dramatic point of view in El mayor encanto, amor. Then the conceptual progression of this idea in Los cabellos de Absalón is studied. Finally, the author puts the scope of this Calderonian idea of game into perspective by considering some contemporary focuses on mimesis and the necessity of theatre. 

From sMOOC to tMOOC, learning towards professional transference. ECO European Project

  • Osuna-Acedo, Sara
  • Marta-Lazo, Carmen
  • Frau-Meigs, Divina
The evolution of MOOCs in the last decade has been constant and dynamic. The first cMOOC and xMOOC models eventually evolved into different postMOOC modalities, such as sMOOC, which conjugates interaction among students with a participation model based on social networks. This work is focused on carrying out a systematic review of the state-of-the-art scientific literature referred to the concept of MOOC and its diverse types. Moreover, in this article, a new generation associated to sMOOC is unveiled: the tMOOC (Transfer Massive Open Online Courses). The methodology of study is based on the content analysis of those categories resulting after compiling 707 entries from Web of Science, plus an in-depth study of the 70 articles which were quoted at least 10 times. In addition, a case study has been carried out from European ECO Project’s “sMOOC Step by Step”, as an example of innovative pedagogical model based on collaborative learning to train future e-teachers. The results of the analysis show the very recent –and still scarce– research on the different types of MOOCs, as well as the finding of a new modality based on pedagogical transformation, learning transference and intercreative talent. As a conclusion, the analysis of all key factors in the configuration of tMOOC has encouraged us to propose a new taxonomy based on the 10 T’s.

La transversalidad en los materiales institucionales

  • Guerra, Gloria
Uno de los aspectos más novedosos del modelo curricular que se deriva de la actual Ley de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo (LOGSE) es, sin lugar a dudas, la incorporación en él de los diferentes temas transversales; es decir, la incorporación de determinadas ejes que han de estar presentes en todas las áreas del currículo y a lo largo de las diferentes etapas y niveles educativos: Educación Moral y Cívica, Educación para la Paz, Educación para la Salud, Educación para la Igualdad de Oportunidades de ambos sexos, Educación Ambiental, Educación Sexual, Educación para el Consumidor y Educación Vial.

'Asegúrate' Program: Effects on cyber-aggression and its risk factors

  • del-Rey-Alamillo, Rosario
  • Mora-Merchán, Joaquín
  • Casas, José-A.
  • Ortega-Ruiz, Rosario
  • Elipe, Paz
Intervention against cyberbullying and other risks associated with the misuse of ITC and social networks is an important social demand. The «Asegúrate» Program tries to support teachers in this intervention. This research shows the impact of the program among those that have shown to be less sensitive to other ones: cyber-aggressors. Concretely, the impact of the program on the prevalence of aggression in cyberbullying and bullying, sexting and abusive use of the Internet and social networks are analyzed. The evaluation of the program was carried out with a sample of 479 students (54.9% girls) of Compulsory Secondary Education (age M=13.83. SD=1.40) through a quasi-experimental methodology, with two measures over time. The instruments used were the “European Cyberbullying Intervention Project Questionnaire”, the “European Bullying Intervention Project Questionnaire”, the ”Internet Related Experiences Questionnaire” and two items about sexting involvement. The results show that the involvement in cyber aggression, sexting, and intrapersonal dimension of abusive use of Internet and social network increases without intervention, whereas it diminishes when the intervention is carried out. Moreover, a significant decrease in the aggression and cyber aggression among cyber aggressors is evidenced. Thus, “Asegúrate” Program is effective for decreasing the prevalence of aggressions and cyber aggressions as well as the involvement in other phenomena considered cyberbullying risk factors.

Calderón's Sacramental Play as the Transition from No-time to Virtual Time

  • Parra, Elena
This essay propose that today's «virtual time", a concept much written about in this era of techno(i)logical communication, is recognizable in Calderón de la Barca's sacramental plays written over three centuries ago, because they revolve around a-dimensional time, not eternity.

University training on entrepreneurship in communication and journalism business projects

  • Aceituno-Aceituno, Pedro
  • Casero-Ripollés, Andreu
  • Escudero-Garzás, José-Joaquín
  • Bousoño-Calzón, Carlos
The current scenario of crisis and change has prompted the idea of entrepreneurship as a way to develop new media business models that can be promoted by university training. In this study, we aim to assess the effects of such training. A qualitative study was conducted using in-depth interviews of Spanish journalism and communication entrepreneurs who have undergone university training in business creation and management. Our results show the positive effects of this training on entrepreneurship both in general and on specific aspects of entrepreneurial projects such as organization, business plan/model, marketing, innovation, social aspects and quality of life. Different patterns between the effects of university training on new initiatives and advanced projects were also observed. In this respect, the training supported the creation of new businesses and the development of existing ones. Finally, the suggestions for improving training and the limitations to entrepreneurship have revealed the importance of providing this type of education with a more practical, up-to-date approach that is interconnected with the business and university world. Therefore, examples of this work can be of vital importance in opening up new opportunities for sector development to enable future generations of journalists to fulfill their important social function.

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