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This paper examines the academic use made of the social networks by university students through a survey conducted among a representative sample of students at Universidad de Málaga (Spain) (n=938) and two discussion groups. Given that network consumption has profoundly penetrated [...]

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The impact of the Spanish government decree RD 43/2015 on Library and Information Sciences studies is analyzed. The implementation of the European higher education area (EHEA) in Spain established the four-year bachelorís degree, a minority model in Europe, but very common in the [...]

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Reflection on the benefits to Spanish universities of the Bologna process for standardizing European university studies. Considered factors are: globalization, European integration, labour market needs, and changes in training due to the new technologies.

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The implementation of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), effective in Spain since the 2008-2009 academic year, raised the need for universities to actively commit to employability, but the study of the work trajectory of the new graduates has been practically unattended in [...]