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Electronic mass media are more and more visited by people interested in today´s news and they are becoming a referent to be taken into consideration. Schools should incorporate these new technologies in their academic curriculum, so that students become f

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Getting to know the young person of the 21th century better in his relationship with the media will allow us to understand his daily life in different ways and the meanings he gives to situations, places and events. And therefore we´ll be able to create spaces for learning, dialogue [...]

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This paper traces key features of the BFI’s evolving strategies for film education in UK schools during the final 25 years of the analogue era. Historically, the BFI did much to establish the characteristics of film study, but it also embodied tensions which have continued to preoccupy [...]

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Two closely related aspects of the information and documentation sector -university education and labour market- are discussed. We consider the equivalencies and transferability of previous courses and degrees for credit towards the Information and Documentation degree, and some possible [...]

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Over the recent years, the subject of university rankings has attracted a significant amount of attention and sparked a scientific debate. However, few studies on this topic focus on elaborating the scientific performance of universities’ institutions, such as institutes, schools, [...]