• J. Pastor-Sánchez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 51

    Abstract
    The publication of the new ISO 25964 thesaurus standard has coincided with a high level of deployment of the Skos ontology developed by the W3C and should solve the problem [...]

  • J. Pastor-Sánchez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 50

    Abstract
    Based on the approach of the role that documentary languages develop in the linked open data environment, two ontologies for publishing authority control files are briefly [...]

  • E. Orduña-Malea, J. Carot
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 49

    Abstract
    Infoaces (Integrated information system for higher education in Latin America) is a new project to design a university information system. The main types of university information [...]

  • J. Moreiro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 48

    Abstract
    Lexical representation of information has adapted to the conditions imposed by the Web on information generation and traffic. Systems based on controlled words or terms now [...]

  • F. García-Marco
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 47

    Abstract
    Schema.org is an important initiative that advances in two directions: on one hand, towards information retrieval normalcy on the world wide web, where fields and vocabulary [...]

  • L. Rodríguez-Yunta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 46

    Abstract
    This note aims to highlight the expanded use of the Digital Object Identifier by Spanish journals, which despite its implementation is still a pending course. The doi is a [...]

  • J. Serrano-Cobos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 45

    Abstract
    The concept of "big data" is explained as a system of analyzing large amounts of data to discover trends, patterns, correlations and even causality to generate predictions. [...]

  • J. Cobarsí-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 44

    Abstract
    Key features of the financial system as an information system which links markets’ stakeholders are highlighted and discussed. These features are related to the 2008 subprime [...]

  • A. Ferrer-Sapena, E. Sánchez-Pérez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 43

    Abstract
    The "open data" movement is becoming more popular in different contexts: public administration, science and companies; therefore, it is important to know its scope. The term [...]

  • L. Codina, E. Abadal
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 42

    Abstract
    Web criticism in general and search engines criticism in particular have increased in parallel to the importance they gained over time. This paper proposes a categorization [...]

  • J. Gómez-Hernández
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 41

    Abstract
    We describe how public funding for cultural and library services in Spain decreased in 2012. Therefore, we analyze the impact of this problem on library services, and explain [...]

  • J. Díaz-Noci
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 40

    Abstract
    Review of trends in copyright and author rights. The Web has helped to highlight the differences between the Anglo-Saxon (common law) and Latin (civil law) worlds, and at [...]

  • A. D'Alòs-Moner
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 39

    Abstract
    We speak about the "information society", but very often without any critical consideration. This article considers whether we can really say that we live in the "information [...]

  • E. García-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 38

    Abstract
    This article questions the appropriateness of considering records management policy in the regulatory context of the National Interoperability Framework, thereby reducing [...]

  • E. Giménez-Toledo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 37

    Abstract
    The current ease of online publishing has led to an excess of e-journals, all struggling to attract manuscripts and to survive, and most often without success. This fragile [...]

  • D. Torres-Salinas, Á. Cabezas-Clavijo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 36

    Abstract
    In 2012 there were many proposals for new indicators associated with social web tools. These indicators have been termed as altmetrics (or alternative metrics) and are presented [...]

  • D. Torres-Salinas, E. Delgado-López-Cózas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 35

    Abstract
    In 2010 Thomson launched a new citation index devoted to books: the Book citation index. This new database has opened new possibilities for analyzing fields such as the Humanities [...]

  • C. Urbano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 34

    Abstract
    The main features of the new Counter 4 guidelines for collecting, processing and disseminating statistics on electronic resources usage are analyzed. The new guidelines will [...]

  • E. García-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 33

    Abstract
    Two types of information in organizations are defined: structured (i.e., data in relational databases), and unstructured (i.e., documentary). The need for software to manage [...]

  • J. Cobarsí-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 32

    Abstract
    The increase in technological capabilities in information handling has raised a number of security and privacy issues with growing importance at the corporate level. On the [...]

  • N. Arroyo-Vázquez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 31

    Abstract
    Los bibliotecarios se sitúan por delante de sus bibliotecas en el uso de dispositivos móviles, especialmente smartphones. De esta manera muchas bibliotecas están siendo [...]

  • T. Saorín
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 30

    Abstract
    This article explains how libraries, archives, museums and other cultural centres are involved in the Wikimedia Foundation's free knowledge projects, such as Wikipedia and [...]

  • J. Leiva-Aguilera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 29

    Abstract
    Children in many cases do not yet visit libraries but should become library users in the near future. They are growing up in a highly technical environment in which information [...]

  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 28

    Abstract
    Pinterest is a virtual panel where the user organizes subjects with visual contents that are on the Network, in order to share them. Although the use in Spain is low at the [...]

  • R. Lozano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 27

    Abstract
    Libraries need change to adapt to new times. In recent years, academic libraries have been introducing the "resource center for learning and research" model, implemented in [...]

  • M. Álvarez-de-Toledo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 26

    Abstract
    Bibliographic control by academic libraries is currently of major importance. We describe the problems that arise and the planning required in the collection, tracking and [...]

  • F. Juárez-Urquijo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 25

    Abstract
    The Spanish city of Burgos hosted the VI National congress of public libraries and the Europeana conference, October 9-11, 2012. The events shared venues and registrants under [...]

  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 24

    Abstract
    Libraries have been using social media for a long time to meet specific goals, however it is essential to use metrics to know the success or failure reached. The goals that [...]

  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 23

    Abstract
    Libraries have for years been using social media to offer their services and collections, and receiving a number of benefits that must be quantified. In times of economic [...]

  • L. Rodríguez-Yunta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 22

    Abstract
    This paper aims to reflect the growing importance of the term "digital humanities", whether defined as a disciplinary field, a training profile or a movement linked to open [...]

  • J. Gómez-Hernández
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 21

    Abstract
    The aim is to propose that libraries include courses on "Time management skills" within their educational and information literacy services. We consider that users need these [...]

  • S. Sanz-Martos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 20

    Abstract
    Three types of communities are defined: learning, interest and practice. Their characteristics, operation, commonalities and differences are discussed.

  • C. Tejada-Artigas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 19

    Abstract
    The main trends observed in the library and information science labour market and university education in 2012 have a general tone of survival with resignation. The economic [...]

  • P. Jacsó
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 18

    Abstract
    This paper discusses some of the key content and software features which must be analyzed by skilled librarians/information professionals to deliver reliable, accurate, and [...]

  • T. Baiget
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 17

    Abstract
    El Grupo de Análisis sobre Estrategia y Prospectiva de la Información  (ThinkEPI ) es un proyecto creado en mayo de 2005 con el objetivo de contribuir a dinamizar la comunidad [...]

  • -. ThinkEPI
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2013). Vol. 7, 16

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2013). (preprint) Vol. 254, pp. 353-369

    Abstract
    This work describes the formulation adopted for the numerical simulation of the friction stir welding (FSW) process. FSW is a solid-state joining process (the metal is not [...]

  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 24

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 23

  • M. Punín Larrea, A. Martínez Haro, N. Rencoret Quezada
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 22

    Abstract
    The advances in technology, especially in the field of communication, cause mass media to constantly evolve- and thus not to perish. Indeed, this occurs in situations that [...]

  • S. de Andrés del Campo, R. de Lima Maestro
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 21

    Abstract
    The elderly population has increased considerably in recent years and it is estimated that by 2050 32% of the Spanish population will be old people. This group is underrepresented [...]

  • M. Humanes Humanes, S. Roses Campos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 20

    Abstract
    The paper presents the results of a survey of 1,552 journalism students from five public universities in Spain during academic year 2011-12. The research addresses two objectives: [...]

  • L. Abad Alcalá
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 19

    Abstract
    This article is based on the fact that the Spanish population is aging, and is second only to Japan in its total number of senior citizens. Given this situation and the omnipresence [...]

  • J. Cabero Almenara, V. Marín Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 18

    Abstract
    The change in classroom methodologies has in many cases come with the emergence of the Internet and 2.0 tools (mainly social networks). The development of a constructivist [...]

  • M. Domingo Coscollola, J. Sánchez Valero, J. Sancho Gil
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 17

    Abstract
    This paper reports on collaborative research on and with young people. In this study five groups of students in the final year of their Compulsory Secondary Education (CSE) [...]

  • L. Falcón Díaz-Aguado, M. Díaz-Aguado Jalón
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 16

    Abstract
    Media fictional narrations on adolescents as characters and target are used by teenage audiences when looking for references for their identity building. As a starting point [...]

  • A. Lee, C. So
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 15

    Abstract
    In knowledge society, there is currently a call for cultivating a combination of media literacy and information literacy. This, however, requires cooperation from these two [...]

  • V. Gozálvez Pérez, P. Contreras Pulido
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 14

    Abstract
    This article analyses the different meanings of the citizenship concept (political, legal, social, economic, ecological and intercultural) in order to justify the current [...]

  • E. Sur, E. Ünal, K. Iseries
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 13

    Abstract
    In this study, interviews were conducted with teachers of media literacy to determine the needs of media literacy teaching in the classroom. As a result, we see that teachers [...]

  • T. Leinonen, E. Durall Gazulla
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 12

    Abstract
    This paper presents design thinking as an alternative approach to conduct research on collaborative learning with technology. The underlying premise of the paper is the need [...]

  • M. Fernández Sánchez, J. Valverde Berrocoso
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 11

    Abstract
    This paper describes the results of a research study on the establishment of a Community of Practice through social eLearning and Computer Supported Collaborative Learning [...]

  • J. Minelli de Oliveira, M. Camacho i Martí, M. Gisbert Cervera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 10

    Abstract
    The potential of technology in digital society offers multiple possibilities for learning. E-books constitute one of the technologies to which great attention has to be paid. [...]

  • M. Arancibia Herrera, I. Oliva Figueroa, F. Paiva Cornejo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 9

    Abstract
    The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the classroom requires the creation of contextualized proposals which foster in students collaboration and the [...]

  • A. García-Valcárcel Muñoz-Repiso, V. Basilotta Gómez-Pablos, C. López García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 8

    Abstract
    Digital technologies offer new opportunities for learning in an increasingly connected society, in which learning to work with others and collaborate has become an extremely [...]

  • A. Gewerc Barujel, L. Montero Mesa, M. Lama Penín
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 7

    Abstract
    This paper presents an exploratory analysis of the experience of educational innovation in the configuration of a social learning network in a subject for the Education degree [...]

  • N. López Vidales, P. González Aldea
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 6

    Abstract
    The aim of the present submission is to show the results of the study carried out with 199 students of journalism degree from the University of Valladolid. This experience [...]

  • V. Marín Juarros, F. Negre Bennasar, A. Pérez Garcias
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 5

    Abstract
    In this article we approach the topic of collaborative learning by means of the creation and maintenance of personal learning environments and networks (PLE and PLN) and their [...]

  • N. Hernández Sellés, M. González Sanmamed, P. Muñoz Carril
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 4

    Abstract
    Collaborative learning has a strong presence in technology-supported education and, as a result, practices being developed in the form of Computer Supported Collaborative [...]

  • M. Pérez-Mateo Subirà, M. Romero Carbonell, T. Romeu Fontanillas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 3

    Abstract
    As a result of the emergence of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) we are currently experiencing a period of major changes. Higher education plays a key role [...]

  • B. Rubia Avi, M. Guitert Catasús
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 2

  • J. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2014). Vol. 22, (1), 1

  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 48

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 47

  • L. Tello Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 46

    Abstract
    The current paper aims to analyze how certain Facebook settings, model of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), have turned into an infringement of some existing [...]

  • A. García Jiménez, M. López de Ayala López, B. Catalina García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 45

    Abstract
    The aim of this article is to study in depth the changes taking place in the habits of adolescents using online communication, particularly due to the dramatic arrival of [...]

  • E. Martínez Pastor, M. Nicolás Ojeda, Á. Salas Martínez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 44

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes the representation of children’s gender in toy advertising on television during three different periods. To achieve our purpose, this study examines [...]

  • I. Tortajada Giménez, N. Araüna Baró, I. Martínez Martínez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 43

    Abstract
    This article presents the results of a quantitative and qualitative analysis of adolescent selfpresentations in Fotolog. The images which these adolescents create and share [...]

  • C. Ponte, P. Aroldi
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 42

    Abstract
    Based on theoretical and methodological orientations from authors’ previous research on media and generations, this article presents a research and learning process involving [...]

  • J. Bermejo Berros
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 41

    Abstract
    Los jóvenes viven hoy en una cultura multimedia donde los contenidos a los que acceden y hacen circular a través de diferentes dispositivos tecnológicos audiovisuales, [...]

  • X. Soengas Pérez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 40

    Abstract
    This research analyzes the power of the Internet and social networks in the Arab uprisings. We are interested in learning about the contribution of communication technology [...]

  • Z. Turan, H. Tinmaz, Y. Goktas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 39

    Abstract
    Although social networking websites (SNSs, especially Facebook) have become highly popular with youths, some university students do not want to participate in such sites. [...]

  • I. Berlanga Fernández, F. García García, J. Victoria Mas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 38

    Abstract
    One of the «black holes» of academic research in Communication is the shallowness of reflections on the classic origins of Communication, its aims and points of entry. In [...]

  • K. Erjavec
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 37

    Abstract
    Since existing research has failed to consider how primary school pupils use Facebook for informal learning and to enhancing social capital, we attempted to fill this research [...]

  • M. Navarro Beltrá, M. Martín Llaguno
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 36

    Abstract
    The media in general, and advertising in particular, are considered as important agents of socialization, including genderrelated issues. Thus the legislator has focused on [...]

  • A. Milojević, J. Kleut, D. Ninković
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 35

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to map out the research around the concept of interactivity, as well as to point out the dominant streams and underresearched areas. It is based upon [...]

  • E. Vázquez Cano
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 34

    Abstract
    The new training context in higher education is moving toward a new model of massive, open and free education through a methodology based on video simulation and students’ [...]

  • J. Mañana Rodríguez, B. Sierra Arizmendiarrieta
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 33

    Abstract
    Communication can be understood, under an epistemological framework, as a macrocontext from which education participates as a part. One of the objectives of this work is to [...]

  • C. Casanueva Rocha, F. Caro González
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 32

    Abstract
    At a time when academic activity in the area of communication is principally assessed by the impact of scientific journals, the scientific media and the scientific productivity [...]

  • D. Torres Salinas, Á. Cabezas Clavijo, E. Jiménez Contreras
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 31

    Abstract
    In this paper we review the socalled altmetrics or alternative metrics. This concept raises from the development of new indicators based on Web 2.0, for the evaluation of [...]

  • E. Delgado López-Cózar, R. Repiso Caballero
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 30

    Abstract
    Google Scholar Metrics' launch in April 2012, a new bibliometric tool for the evaluation of scientific journals by means of citation counting, has ended with the duopoly exerted [...]

  • E. Escribà Sales, S. Cortiñas Rovira
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 29

    Abstract
    This work has conducted an analysis of Spanish Communication journals in terms of their level of internationalization and the collaborative models used by their authors, by [...]

  • D. de Filippo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 28

    Abstract
    Although the field of Communication Sciences has been slower to organize in Spain than in other European countries and the United States, in recent years it has shown a clear [...]

  • D. Fernández Quijada, P. Masip Masip
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 27

    Abstract
    This paper analyses the evolution of Spanish communication research published as scientific articles between 1980 and 2010. It quantifies the volume of this production with [...]

  • E. Giménez Toledo, E. Jiménez Contreras
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 26

  • J. Aguaded Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 25

  • Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 24

  • E. Martínez-Salanova Sánchez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 23

  • A. Calderón Martínez, E. Ruiz Conde
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 22

    Abstract
    This study focuses on academic institutional repositories as tools that allow us open access to scientific and academic production. Specifically, we analyze the Top 50 European [...]

  • M. Ledo Andión, E. Castelló Mayo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 21

    Abstract
    The research «Cinema, Diversity and Networks» tries to isolate the principal stimuli or reticences in the consumption of products generated by small cinematographies, analyzing [...]

  • M. del Moral Pérez, L. Villalustre Martínez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 20

    Abstract
    The purpose of this research is to study the level of media literacy in a sample of elderly women, the so-called «silent generation», belonging to the Asturian Housewives [...]

  • A. Zubillaga del Río, C. Alba Pastor
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 19

    Abstract
    There is a widespread discourse across academic and scientific literature extolling the benefits of technology as an element of the educational process for people with disabilities [...]

  • S. Aran Ramspott, M. Rodrigo Alsina
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 18

    Abstract
    In this paper we analyse child viewers’ interpretation of television violence shown in television programmes specifically aimed at children. The justification for this work [...]

  • J. Vega Casanova, A. Lafaurie Molina
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 17

    Abstract
    This paper presents the results of work on «Observar TV», a children’s observatory of television launched in the city of Barranquilla (Colombia) in which children participated [...]

  • M. Ortiz Sobrino, J. Ruiz San Román, E. Díaz Cerveró
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 16

    Abstract
    This paper describes the main contributions of the TV broadcasters in Spain to the study of the relationships be­tween television and childhood. It is justified by the need [...]

  • A. Almansa Martínez, O. Fonseca, A. Castillo Esparcia
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 15

    Abstract
    Social networks have become areas of social interaction among young people where they create a profile to relate with others. The way this population uses social networks [...]

  • J. Lepicnik Vodopivec, P. Samec
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 14

    Abstract
    Nowadays, we cannot ignore the fact that young children are over flooded with technologies. Only a proper action and a positive attitude from adults can prevent potential [...]

  • C. Arcila Calderón, J. Piñuel Raigada, M. Calderín Cruz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 13

    Abstract
    e-Research is changing practices and dynamics in social research by the incorporation of advanced e-tools to process data and increase scientific collaboration. Previous research [...]

  • E. Middaugh, J. Kahne
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 12

    Abstract
    Service-Learning, a popular approach to citizenship education in the US, provides youth with opportunities to define and address public needs while reflecting on the knowledge, [...]

  • O. Erstad, Ø. Gilje, H. Arnseth
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 11

    Abstract
    Whereas most studies of learning explore intra-institutional experiences, our interest is to track individual learning trajectories across domains. Research on young people’s [...]

  • A. Stornaiuolo, J. DiZio, E. Hellmich
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2013). Vol. 21, (1), 10

    Abstract
    This study examined the construct of community and its development in online spaces through a qualitative analysis of middle school students’ participation in a private [...]