• N. Morrison, N. Wood, N. Robuck
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 12

    Abstract
    Gas storage is a critical element in the natural gas industry. Producers, transmission and distribution companies, marketers, and end users all benefit directly from the load [...]

  • W. Joseph, L. Wesley, W. Dickerson, R. Hales
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 11

    Abstract
    The Pipeline Characterization Using Tracers (PCUT) technique uses conservative and partitioning, reactive or other interactive tracers to remotely determine the amount of [...]

  • N. Frish, N. Green, N. Wainner, N. Scire-Scappuzzo, N. Cataldi, N. Laderer
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 10

    Abstract
    This report summarizes work performed by Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) to advance the state-of-the-art of surveying for leaks of natural gas from transmission and distribution [...]

  • N. Lenz, N. Lines, N. Murdock, N. Owen, N. Stearns, N. Stoogenke
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 9

    Abstract
    ITT Industries Space Systems Division (Space Systems) has developed an airborne natural gas leak detection system designed to detect, image, quantify, and precisely locate [...]

  • N. Carlson
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 8

    Abstract
    The 600-233 waste site consisted of three small-diameter pipelines within the 600-232 waste site, including previously unknown diesel fuel supply lines discovered during site [...]

  • N. Bourn, N. Phillips, N. Harris
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 7

    Abstract
    This document provides results and conclusions for Task 15.0--Detailed Analysis of Air Balance & Conceptual Design of Improved Air Manifolds in the ''Technologies to Enhance [...]

  • N. Nestleroth, N. Davis
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 6

    Abstract
    Internal inspection of pipelines is an important tool for ensuring safe and reliable delivery of fossil energy products. Current inspection systems that are propelled through [...]

  • S. Reidel, F. Spane, V. Johnson
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 5

    Abstract
    Between 1999 and 2002, Pacific Gas Transmission Company (PGT) (now TransCanada Pipeline Company) and AVISTA Corporation, together with technical support provided by the Pacific [...]

  • N. Nestleroth
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). 4

    Abstract
    Internal inspection of pipelines is an important tool for ensuring safe and reliable delivery of fossil energy products. Current inspection systems that are propelled through [...]

  • N. Sridhar, N. Tormoen, N. Sabata
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2020). Vol. 2005, 3

    Abstract
    Pipelines present a unique challenge to monitoring because of the great geographical distances they cover, their burial depth, their age, and the need to keep the product [...]

  • N. Myers
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 2

    Abstract
    Ophir Corporation was awarded a contract by the U. S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory under the Project Title ''Airborne, Optical Remote Sensing [...]

  • A. Bonzano, P. Cunningham, C. Meckiff
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 28

    Abstract
    The conflict resolution task performed by air-traffic controllers appears a suitable task for automation using CBR. This is because human competence seems to involve recognising [...]

  • D. Levinson, K. Krizek, D. Gillen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 27

    Abstract
    As a house is a machine for living, cities are the machine for accessibility. This chapter introduces the book "Access to Destinations" and outlines the editors reasons for [...]

  • C. Hilario, J. Collado, J. Armingol, A. Escalera
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 25

    Abstract
    Proceeding of: Second Iberian Conference, IbPRIA 2005, Estoril, Portugal, June 7-9, 2005 Computer Vision can provide a great deal of assistance to Intelligent Vehicles. In [...]

  • D. Riemer, M. Orazem
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 24

    Abstract
    Document type: Part of book or chapter of book

  • Y. Du, S. Zlatanova
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 24

    Abstract
    Utility networks (pipelines and cables) are usually modelled by lines and nodes. The systems used for maintenance of utilities are typically two-dimensional, allowing for [...]

  • D. Levinson
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 23

    Abstract
    Between 1900 and 2000, the length of paved roads in the United States increased from 240 km to 6,400,000 km (Peat 2002, BTS 2002) with virtually 100% of the U.S. population [...]

  • R. Bertini
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 21

    Abstract
    This paper describes how traffic congestion—both in perception and in reality—impacts the movement of people and freight and is deeply tied to the history of high levels [...]

  • F. Lagneaux
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 20

    Abstract
    The Flemish maritime ports play a major role in the Belgian economy, not only in terms of the industries they encompass but also as intermodal centres where transhipment activities [...]

  • S. Mitric, I. Chatterton
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 19

    Abstract
    The purpose of this policy note is to respond to the request from the Government of India for the World Bank to provide support to the development of the urban transport agenda [...]

  • M. Amin, K. Ho, M. Howarth, G. Pavlou
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 18

    Abstract
    Offline inter-domain outbound Traffic Engineering (TE) can be formulated as an optimization problem whose objective is to determine primary egress points for traffic exiting [...]

  • G. Knaap, Y. Song
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 18

    Abstract
    The paper explores the transportation-land use policy connection. More specifically, it considers the question, can land use policy be used to alter transportation behavior? [...]

  • L. Ieronutti, R. Ranon, L. Chittaro
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 17

    Abstract
    This paper presents the current status of VU-Flow (Visualization of Users’ Flow), a software tool that is able to automatically record usage data in Virtual Environments [...]

  • M. Ghosh, M. Ghosh, A. Bagchi, J. Cagnol, J. Zolésio
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 16

    Abstract
    Stochastic hybrid systems arise in numerous applications of systems with multiple models; e.g., air traffc management, flexible manufacturing systems, fault tolerant control [...]

  • R. Almgren
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 15

    Abstract
    The primary objective of quality control is to determine the extent to which a product exhibits required software qualities. Quality control may apply to static quality attributes, [...]

  • T. Kron, M. Reddig
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 16

    Abstract
    Das Werk des polnischen Soziologen Zygmunt Bauman wird zusammenfassend dargestellt. Geprägt durch die Erfahrungen des nationalsozialistischen und kommunistischen Totalitarismus, [...]

  • K. Ramah, H. Ayari, F. Kamoun
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 15

    Abstract
    Traffic anomalies are characterized by unusual and significant changes in a network traffic behavior. They can be malicious or unintentional. Malicious traffic anomalies can [...]

  • M. Taylor
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 14

    Abstract
    Adelaide, South Australia is a city with a long tradition of state of the art planning of its urban development and transport systems. As a planned ‘new world’ city it has [...]

  • D. Levinson, W. Chen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 12

    Abstract
    This paper explores the inter-connectedness of the evolution of transportation networks and land use through the application of a Markov Chain mode. The model investigates [...]

  • G. Abbas, A. Nagar, H. Tawfik
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 12

    Abstract
    State Estimation is an intrinsic element of many network manage-ment systems, like Power Distribution Networks and Water Distribution Networks, where its implementation not [...]

  • S. Avallone, F. Kuipers, G. Ventre, P. Van Mieghem
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 11

    Abstract
    The problem of finding multi-constrained paths has been addressed by several QoS routing algorithms. While they generally satisfy the application requirements, they often [...]

  • M. Felici
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 10

    Abstract
    In order realistically and cost-effectively to realize the ATM (Air Traffic Management) 2000+ Strategy, systems from different suppliers will be interconnected to form a complete [...]

  • M. Amin, K. Ho, M. Howarth, G. Pavlou
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 5

    Abstract
    This paper proposes an integrated network management framework for inter-domain outbound traffic engineering. The framework consists of three functional blocks (monitoring, [...]

  • R. Maggi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 3

    Abstract
    The financing of transport infrastructure has been discussed in this chapter as an issue between efficient pricing and political distribution. Historically, toll pricing and [...]

  • P. Casamichele, M. Maugeri, E. Motta
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 2

    Abstract
    This paper describes how pipelines are often located in seismic unstable slopes where earthquake-induced movements may cause their collapse. Thus, the analysis of the soil-pipe [...]

  • A. Coppola‐Owen, R. Codina
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2005). Vol. 49 (12), pp. 1287-1304

    Abstract
    In this paper we present a problem we have encountered using a stabilized finite element method on fixed grids for flows with interfaces modelled with the level set approach. [...]

  • J. Jiménez, A. Priegue, F. Guzmán, E. Oñate
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI279

    Abstract
      Este trabajo presenta los desarrollos llevados a cabo en CIMNE en la programación y gestión de redes de motas utilizando Internet. El trabajo se enmarca [...]

  • J. Piazzese, J. Jiménez, E. Oñate
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI268

  • B. Boroomand, F. Mossaiby
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI267

    Abstract
    In this report dynamic solution of unbounded domains using pure finite element method is presented. The problems of concern are those with governing differential equations [...]

  • J. Jiménez, A. Priegue, J. Piazzese, E. Oñate
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI277

  • M. Tessler
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI276

    Abstract
    As part of the NASA Floyd L.Thompson Fellowship, the author spent four months in the beginning of 2005 at the International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) [...]

  • E. Ortega, R. Flores, E. Oñate
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI275

    Abstract
    An edge-based high-resolution scheme for the solution of the compressible Euler equations on unstructured finite elements grids is presented. The flow solver adopted in the [...]

  • (2005). Research Report, Nº PI274

    Abstract
    En este documento se presenta el estudio iniciado por el autor durante su estancia en el Centro Internacional de Métodos Numéricos en Ingeniería de la [...]

  • J. Jiménez, A. Priegue, E. Oñate
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI272

  • L. Villa
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI271

  • A. Fung, E. Pahl, G. Bugeda, E. Oñate
    (2005). Research Report, Nº PI270

    Abstract
    An optimization code called Optima has been developed at the International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE). This report validates two reputably robust [...]

  • C. Recarey Morfa, E. Oñate, J. Rojek, J. Canet, F. Zárate, G. Cadoce, C. Labra
    Ingeniería Civil (2005). Vol. 139, pp. 112-124

    Abstract
    Se presenta un modelo de elementos discretos o distintos (MED) en la modelizacion del ensayo de traccion indirecta o ensayo brasileno (Brazilian Test). Se realiza una comparacion [...]

  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 260

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  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 258

  • M. Pons, M. de Anta, X. Ferrer
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 257

    Abstract
    Mass media and new technologies have an increasing influence on children, defenseless in front of screens.The TV, for example, occupies much of its time and often competitively [...]

  • M. Fantin
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 256

    Abstract
    This study reflects on some possibilities for the consumption of culture based on an experience of watching films at movie theaters and on television. Considering that television [...]

  • S. Vázquez Toledo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 255

    Abstract
    The mass media, especially television, have established as indispensable elements in society. These media are so influential in our lives that they have come to form part [...]

  • J. Muñoz Santonja
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 254

    Abstract
    I will talk about the relationship between Mathematics and television from an educational point of view. We will see different ways of presenting Maths on television programs [...]

  • J. Clares López, T. de la Montaña de Santiago y Pavón
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 253

    Abstract
    The announcement is an element of the TV with much influence on the child world. For that reason the education, in this form, receives a character of vital importance in the [...]

  • V. Funes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 252

    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the theoretical background of an analysis practice as well as to design such practice for a didactic application aimed at a corpus [...]

  • C. Candeias
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 251

    Abstract
    Considering that television continues to be the elected medium by children, we decided to present the information done for children in the Portuguese public tv channel. That [...]

  • F. García Gallardo, H. Arredondo Pérez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 250

    Abstract
    Tweenies is a televising series for children created by the BBC. The TVE-2 (Spanish Television-Channel 2) emits it every day on mornings (from Monday to Friday). Their protagonists [...]

  • A. Blázquez Abella, M. Heredero Jiménez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 249

    Abstract
    Mitjans is an association of Communication and Education professionals, persons and collectives worried about and interested in Media Literacy and its incidence in the society. [...]

  • E. Méndez Fregozo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 248

    Abstract
    Facing the new realities and social challenges that experience the different groups involved at the educational spaces (i.e. students, teachers, administrators, parents), [...]

  • V. Quintão Carneiro
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 247

    Abstract
    The objective of this research was to investigate the perception of 424 children and teenagers about the programs they watch on tv, and what kind of programs they would produce [...]

  • J. Bustamante Newball
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 246

    Abstract
    This paper is the product of the author’s five year continued experience in the teaching of journalism in the classes of TV Production (third year of the career), Audiovisual [...]

  • M. Vázquez Vázquez, S. Sánchez Vázquez, A. Sánchez Vázquez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 245

    Abstract
    The word LOCAL shouldn’t mean restriction but nearness, a closeness which allows an active collaboration of studens, from just a visit to the station to an active involvement [...]

  • V. Filé
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 244

    Abstract
    This text intends to present some Brazilian experiences of use of the audiovisual language - TVs communitarian, TVs of street - from two projects: the communicative TV Maxambomba [...]

  • J. Conde García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 243

    Abstract
    Do we teach just what we know, or what our students really need? They spend about a thousand hours per year watching TV, and that is much more time they employ in attending [...]

  • M. Raposeiras Roubín
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 242

    Abstract
    Es casi obvio pensar que los medios de comunicación tienen una gran incidencia en el sistema de valores de los individuos. Los jóvenes han aprendido sus valores, aspiraciones [...]

  • C. Saez Martínez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 241

    Abstract
    The investigation is a detailed work of more than five years than the author has dedicated to the use of the television and other mass media to contribute to solve some of [...]

  • J. Tello Díaz, J. Rebollo González
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 240

    Abstract
    Nowadays, the important role of the sport in our society is undeniable. From the Physical Education point of view, we must take its values and we must transmit them to our [...]

  • M. Medina Moles, M. del Castillo López
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 239

    Abstract
    The big interest which raises the gastronomic culture is well-known everywhere. Now more than never people write, publish and read about this subject but what is really surprising [...]

  • J. Romero Carmona, M. Degrado Godoy
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 238

    Abstract
    Television is a medium, as all people knows; of communication. The educational offer that TV offers can consider very varied through different types of TV programmes. This [...]

  • M. Valero Palomo, Á. Vera Aranda
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 237

    Abstract
    The television is a media which can be used in the classroom for the teaching of History. The television news are, in many cases, information for the knowledgement of the [...]

  • F. Martínez Ruiz, M. Bautista Arnedo, J. del Pino Ruiz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 236

    Abstract
    The advances in the world of sciences contributes to the progress of mankind. It’s really important to take into account the role of TV as a way of expanding and interpreting [...]

  • J. Tello Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 235

    Abstract
    During 2005, the Council of Education in Andalusia has promulgated the commemoration of the first centenary of the publication of the special theory of the relativity of Albert [...]

  • R. Benítez Serrano
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 234

    Abstract
    This synopsis highlights the vast significance of audiovisual communication in today’s society and moreover in the world of education. It also reveals the influence such [...]

  • L. Torres Barzabal, A. Jiménez Hernández
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 233

    Abstract
    Throughout history sexistas stereotypes are reproduced of generation in generation through the repetition of guidelines of conducts, attitudes and forms to understand the [...]

  • T. Sibón Macarro
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 232

    Abstract
    The teaching of a language must invariable go hand in hand with the culture of the people who speak it as they infuse it with their way of life, their surroundings and their [...]

  • J. Santibáñez Velilla
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 231

    Abstract
    The television, used as a didactic tool in the teaching-learning process, contributes to the construction of an innovative space in the teaching practice. The most important [...]

  • L. Moreno García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 230

    Abstract
    Television is a main thing in our lifes naturally. But we need some instruments to understand it. It isimportant in learning process because our pupils are condicionated bytv [...]

  • F. Casado Mestre
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 229

    Abstract
    The problematic existing nowadays in the classroom by lots of students of Secondary Education, consisting in a lack of motivation and interest for their studies, and emphasizing [...]

  • P. Cortés González
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 228

    Abstract
    At the present time the consume of television by the kids is socially considered as a negative factor for the children education. We try to analyze the programming that TV [...]

  • M. Reina Flores
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 227

    Abstract
    Presently work has been carried out a study of two lively series that they have their emission in infantile schedule in common. The difference between both is the public for [...]

  • C. Mayugo i Majó, M. Moix Puig, M. Ricart Masip
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 226

    Abstract
    Audiovisual production has an important role to play in Media Literacy, even if it isn’t as developed as critical reading. Any dialogic process of communication includes [...]

  • L. Vaz Peres
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 225

    Abstract
    In this summary we present the reports and reflections of teachers who participate in an on-going research project named Mapping the effects of media images on the imaginary [...]

  • M. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 224

    Abstract
    The abuse of over watching Television by our alumnae is a fact that worries all the educational community. Every day, the teachers observe how the alumnae, at all educational [...]

  • N. Rajadell Puiggròs, M. Pujol Maura, V. Violant Holz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 223

    Abstract
    The cartoons are an easy way to transmit educational and cultural values to children, as well as other media (comics, computer games, videogames, etc.). The actual reality [...]

  • V. Marín Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 222

    Abstract
    The television programs that cover the lion's share of the timetable zone destined public infantile are nourished, fundamentally, of series so much with meat and bone personages [...]

  • Á. de Luque Sánchez, A. Molina Rubio, A. Ontoria Peña
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 221

    Abstract
    Nowadays, the potential of television, as an agent of informal and non-formal education and as an inescapable element of formal education, demands a specific preparation of [...]

  • M. Toscano Cruz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 220

    Abstract
    The improper consumption of television in the children is one of the topics that more worries both to professionals of the education and to the families. Such it is the degree [...]

  • T. Esperon Porto, A. Krause Lemke
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 219

    Abstract
    Society shows a double bind, as it defines adolescents´ place. This is reflected on the attitude of the educators, who understand this phase as the most critical and complex. [...]

  • E. García Núñez de Cáceres
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 218

    Abstract
    The aim of this research is to bring a practical solution, from the media literacy perspective, to the problem that the high content of televised violence could bring to children. [...]

  • M. Monescillo Palomo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 217

    Abstract
    The Psychopedagogical Orientation helps persons to acquire the elementary competences they need to be rational and critical consumers of the multivarious audiovisual messages [...]

  • A. Jiménez Hernández, L. Torres Barzabal
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 216

    Abstract
    This communication is centered on the opinions that the students of the second year of the degree of Educación Social of the University of Huelva have of the influence of [...]

  • F. Rodríguez Vázquez, A. Ruiz Trujillo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 215

    Abstract
    The television is at the moment one of the biggest communication roads among people of a certain sociocultural context, independently of the ends of the talkative fact. In [...]

  • G. Guimarães, N. Alves, R. Goulart Barreto
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 214

    Abstract
    Based on hints gathered in documents and observations, the aim of this work is to reveal emancipatory meanings present, though invisible or not fully realized in regulatory [...]

  • M. Cruz Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 213

    Abstract
    The culture of a community this every time but influenced by the social media.Through these means social behaviors, styles or forms are introduced of living. The information [...]

  • R. Huerta Ramón
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 212

    Abstract
    This paper states the need to initiate teachers in the use of the camera, edition and audiovisual production, previous to the introduction of such elements and procedures [...]

  • M. López González, M. López González
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 211

    Abstract
    In this paper one presents the development and some results of a practical activity that forms a part of the formative program of students of Teaching, in relation to the [...]

  • O. Ramírez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 210

    Abstract
    The initial formation of the professors allows to know in a superficial way the value of television like an aid audiovisual applicable to teaching, but in the current circumstances [...]

  • J. Casanova Correa, F. Pavón Rabasco
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2005). Vol. 13, (2), 209

    Abstract
    Using audiovisual aids and information technologies in our educational system has a slow trajectory in the different educational levels. It seems as if the attempts of using [...]