• N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    El profesional de la información (2015). Vol. 24, (1), 2

    Abstract
    The development of a marketing concept is described, and current types are explained: inbound marketing, content marketing and relationship marketing, especially concerning [...]

  • R. Costas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 81

    Abstract
    Recent development of online tools based on Web 2.0 are enabling the creation of metrics on the number of users who “read”, “comment”, “tweet”, “share” or [...]

  • N. Arroyo-Vázquez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 80

    Abstract
    The most significant developments in the field of mobile technology in 2014 are reviewed, with the aim of obtaining an overview of the sector and its market penetration in [...]

  • C. Tejada-Artigas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 79

    Abstract
    A review of various reports and studies reveals the most important aspects and events in 2014 of the library and information science (LIS) profession and academic programs. [...]

  • G. Pérez-Salmerón
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 78

    Abstract
    This review reflects on the activities carried out during 2014 by four professional associations on Library and Information Science: IFLA (International Federation of Library [...]

  • J. Pastor-Sánchez, T. Saorín
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 77

    Abstract
    This report highlights the most important recent activity in the field of semantic web, analyzing the most innovative aspects of the new RDF 1.1 recommendation, and discussing [...]

  • R. Melero, E. Abadal
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 76

    Abstract
    Presentation of the main projects and initiatives related to open access conducted during 2014, based on a bibliographical review of published studies and analysis of some [...]

  • P. Masip
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 75

    Abstract
    Some aspects that have characterized the evolution of online media over the last year are analysed, paying special attention to pending matters still to be addressed. Since [...]

  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 74

    Abstract
    In an analysis of the development of social media throughout 2014 and their impact among information professionals and institutions, some of the trends that experts consider [...]

  • J. Cordón-García
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 73

    Abstract
    The distribution of electronic books is being transformed from the sale of individual titles to a subscription model, and many subscription services have been created in recent [...]

  • J. Cordón-García
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 72

    Abstract
    Electronic books have experienced a series of transformations throughout 2014 that affec the entire value chain of the book –authors, publishers, libraries and readers-. [...]

  • J. Cobarsí-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 71

    Abstract
    Moocs (massive open online courses) are a powerful innovation within the global knowledge system. This report describes and presents their key features, challenges that must [...]

  • M. Breeding
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 70

    Abstract
    Results are presented of an online survey answered by 3,141 libraries in 80 countries between 12 December 2014 and 29 January 2015, based on their experiences with a total [...]

  • X. Agenjo-Bullón
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 69

    Abstract
    The most important developments that have taken place in virtual libraries during 2014 are described. We focus on projects with a great impact, technological advancement and [...]

  • C. Lluís
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 68

    Abstract
    Las tecnologías disruptivas son aquellas que marcan nuevas épocas. Merecen este nombre porque interrumpen, literalmente, muchas cosas. No solamente líneas de desarrollo, [...]

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    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 67

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  • X. Agenjo, F. Hernández-Carrascal
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 66

    Abstract
    The progress made by the Bibliographic framework initiative (Bibframe) in 2014 is described. Developments are related to the consolidation of Bibframe at the organizational [...]

  • J. Millán
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 65

    Abstract
    The poor orthotypographical quality of many ebooks is not intrinsic to the characteristics of the epub format, but the lack of professionalism in their production. The resulting [...]

  • L. Codina
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 64

    Abstract
    The changes introduced in the Google algorithms in recent years have led to an apparent loss of relevance of SEO (search engine optimization) as a field of study and practice. [...]

  • M. Marcos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 63

    Abstract
    Within a website design process, usability evaluation is a key step to ensure success. Among the various evaluation methods, user testing provides information about potential [...]

  • L. González-Moreno, F. Peset
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 62

    Abstract
    We offer some thoughts on the need for the field of open data to evolve from the production to exploitation stage. We detail the process of generating a simple display: knowledge [...]

  • M. Pérez-Montoro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 61

    Abstract
    Nowadays, visualization is used in all contexts. However, there is a gap or mismatch between the intensive use of visualization and our low level of visual knowledge. The [...]

  • N. Arroyo-Vázquez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 60

    Abstract
    Three solutions, along with their advantages and disadvantages, are shown to bring the library card to the smartphone: barcode reproduction, Passbook type applications, and [...]

  • L. Arguimbau-Vivó
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 58

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  • I. Labastida
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 57

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  • T. Baiget
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 56

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  • A. García-García, F. Peset
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 55

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  • I. Bernal
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 54

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  • P. Gargiulo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 53

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  • J. Tramullas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 52

    Abstract
    This short paper analyzes Wikipedia as an object of scientific research, contrasting various studies dealing with that popular encyclopedia. The conclusion is that Wikipedia, [...]

  • P. De-Castro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 51

    Abstract
    Against the background of the recently announced European Commission FP7 post-grant Gold open access pilot, this note addresses the increasingly relevant role that gold open [...]

  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 50

    Abstract
    In recent years academic librarians have focussed their activities on supporting researchers in various aspects of their scientific activity. In this scenario of support for [...]

  • N. Robinson-García, D. Torres-Salinas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 49

    Abstract
    In the last few years, Thomson Reuters has launched two new scientific data sources: Book citation index and Data citation index. The renowned family of citation indexes has [...]

  • J. Gómez-Hernández
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 48

    Abstract
    Some negative consequences of the criteria for evaluating research production of Spanish scholars are described. The prevalence of the Journal citation reports impact factor [...]

  • E. Sánchez-Pérez, A. Ferrer-Sapena
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 47

    Abstract
    We present and discuss some differential aspects of scientific publications on mathematics in relation to other sciences. This discipline should be treated as a distinct case [...]

  • L. Rodríguez-Yunta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 46

    Abstract
    This paper has as its starting point the premise that it is useful for the Spanish research ecosystem to have consolidated, open journals with international influence. Evaluation [...]

  • I. Aguillo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 45

    Abstract
    The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) not only criticizes the misuse of Garfield’s impact factor as a tool for the evaluation of scientific activity, [...]

  • P. Masip
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 44

    Abstract
    Audience participation in any of its forms and denominations [public journalism, citizen journalism, participatory journalism, user generated content (UGC), etc.], seems to [...]

  • A. Casero-Ripollés
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 43

    Abstract
    The digital environment is favouring the emergence of new providers of journalistic information. News services offered by large digital actors are analyzed, specifically FB [...]

  • P. Masip
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 42

    Abstract
    News organizations have realized that certain types of information and images are more attractive than others to capture the reader’s attention, particularly stories and [...]

  • L. Codina
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 41

    Abstract
    Some considerations We offer some thoughts about the apparent current climate of opinion and criticism against Google, which in the author’s opinion is not based on substantiated [...]

  • J. Díaz-Noci
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 40

    Abstract
    During 2014, Germany and Spain reformed their copyright laws, with the specific goal of making Google news compensate newspaper publishers for the use of third parties’ [...]

  • J. Guallar
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 39

    Abstract
    A radiography of the state of digital media in 2013-2014 is presented, paying special attention to the situation in Spain, but with international references. Eleven main points [...]

  • E. Serra
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 38

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  • J. Matas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 37

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  • C. Aguilar-Paredes, M. Pérez-Montoro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 36

    Abstract
    Audiovisual content has become a major leisure option in our society, and Internet has transformed its consumption patterns and market population. Identifying the websites [...]

  • S. Sanz-Martos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 35

    Abstract
    Social movements based on collective intelligence are consolidating and adding participants. Information exchange and management, as well as collaborative learning , are identified [...]

  • E. García-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 34

    Abstract
    In the emerging context of data proliferation on digital media, the importance of metadata is becoming apparent. Records managers and librarians have been working many years [...]

  • P. De-Castro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 33

    Abstract
    It is suggested that university librarians should collaborate in the correct implementation of orcid (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) author identifiers. There is a danger [...]

  • E. Méndez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 32

    Abstract
    The current openness trend includes concepts such as transparency, democracy, sharing, collective, free, common, or commons, and working areas such as open access, open data, [...]

  • E. López-de-Quintanta-Sáenz
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 31

    Abstract
    Without metadata, the value of the stock shots archived as audiovisual heritage decreases due to the limitations of content retrieval. A number of archives are not catalogued [...]

  • E. García-Morales
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 30

    Abstract
    Many companies are addressing the redesign of their corporate intranet. There is an open discussion on the use of search engines compared to navigation menus; those subjects [...]

  • Á. Borrego
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 29

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  • L. Anglada
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 28

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  • F. Pulgar-Vernalte
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 26

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  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 25

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  • J. Magan-Wals
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 23

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  • M. Taladriz-Mas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 22

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  • M. Baró
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 21

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  • I. Bordes-Cabrera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 20

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  • H. Hernández-Sánchez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 19

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  • J. Merlo-Vega
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 18

    Abstract
    This article describes the current e-books situation in Spanish university libraries, analyzing their distribution and access models. The five stages of an e-book library [...]

  • A. Calderón-Rehecho
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 17

    Abstract
    A literature review revealed that games offer many advantages that games have for learning, developing skills, being creative, solving problems, interacting... In addition, [...]

  • J. Leiva-Aguilera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 16

    Abstract
    YouTube is the world’s third most popular internet search engine, and second in search volume, in addition to being the fastest-growing video format and the one that big [...]

  • R. Lozano-Díaz
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 15

    Abstract
    With the failure of school libraries in Spain and public libraries that are more targeted to adult patrons, it seems that the library authorities have forgotten about services [...]

  • A. D'Alòs-Moner, A. Bailac, H. Hernández-Sánchez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 14

    Abstract
    Public libraries have been social since their inception (they were created to meet a social need), because of their nature (they exist to serve citizens and the society), [...]

  • J. Pastor-Sánchez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 13

    Abstract
    University libraries are a key nucleus of efforts to implement innovative information technologies. In the last two decades many services have been created under the “digital [...]

  • F. Juárez-Urquijo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 12

    Abstract
    Walking into a library to borrow a book has an expiration date. With digital loans, we will not be going to the library for books, but we still may go for a recommendation [...]

  • L. Rodríguez-Yunta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 11

    Abstract
    Discovery services constitute an element of innovation and modernization for university and research libraries. In recent years their presence has become strong in Spain, [...]

  • L. Anglada
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 10

    Abstract
    Digital technology led to the emergence of a new economic model for scientific journals: consortial purchasing. This has been a breakthrough, providing library users widespread [...]

  • D. Gil-Solés
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 9

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  • A. Rovira
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 8

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  • T. Sancho
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 7

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  • N. González-Fernández-Villavicencio
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 6

    Abstract
    The need for digital skills is a major concern of educators and institutions that carry out training programs. In 2013, after several initiatives that attempted to define [...]

  • G. Navarro
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 5

    Abstract
    Among the competence dimensions involved in digital literacy, the emotional dimension has to do with learning to control negative emotions, developing empathy and building [...]

  • J. Moreiro-González
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 4

    Abstract
    Two closely related aspects of the information and documentation sector -university education and labour market- are discussed. We consider the equivalencies and transferability [...]

  • T. Baiget, I. Olea
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 3

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    Anuario ThinkEPI (2015). Vol. 9, 2

  • J. Álvarez, M. Gisbert Cervera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 40

    Abstract
    Information Literacy is one of the dimensions of digital competence and, in today’s information and media-based society, it should be a skill that everyone develops, especially [...]

  • M. Recalde Viana, C. Sádaba Chalezquer, E. Gutiérrez García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 39

    Abstract
    The technological landscape in relation to the minors presents numerous challenges facing the telecommunication industry, with families and schools. However, academic literature [...]

  • D. Marti Pellón, P. Saunders Uchôa-Craveiro
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 38

    Abstract
    The online space is rich in playful experiences and can provide many pleasures and lessons to their younger users. However, it is true that children cannot always handle the [...]

  • L. Berríos Valenzuela, M. Buxarrais Estrada, M. Garcés
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 37

    Abstract
    The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has extended to all contexts of our lives in the last few years, modifying our communication, learning, entertainment [...]

  • R. Roig Villa, S. Mengual Andrés, P. Quinto Medrano
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 36

    Abstract
    The emergence of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) poses new educational challenges for teachers, to which it can respond from a consistent training model. [...]

  • J. Gómez Mompart, J. Gutiérrez Lozano, D. Palau Sampio
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 35

    Abstract
    This article discusses the opinions of Spanish journalists on the quality of their professional work and how it is being affected by the current economic, technological, commercial [...]

  • G. Cifuentes Álvarez, R. Vanderlinde
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 34

    Abstract
    In this paper we analyze ICT integration in higher education institutions focusing on the leadership practices of ICT policies, a research field that has not received much [...]

  • E. Cornelio Marí
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 33

    Abstract
    This audience study explores how a group of children from Southeast Mexico, perceive the animated cartoon «Dexter’s Laboratory». The objective is to observe the ways in [...]

  • C. Marcelo García, C. Yot Domínguez, C. Mayor Ruiz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 32

    Abstract
    This research aims to analyze the level of use of technology by university teachers. We are interested by the frequency of their use in designing the teaching-learning process. [...]

  • A. Fedorov, A. Levitskaya
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 31

    Abstract
    The article analyzes the results of the international survey «Synthesis of Media Literacy Education and Media Criticism in the Modern World», conducted by the authors in [...]

  • M. Sánchez Martínez, M. Kaplan, L. Bradley
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 30

    Abstract
    Nowadays, as ageing increases in Western societies it has become more evident that multiple generations are ageing concurrently at any given time in history. Therefore, ageing [...]

  • H. Luna García, R. Mendoza González, F. Álvarez Rodríguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 29

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to present a non-exhaustive set of 36 design patterns for interactive social applications used by older adults. This proposal represents a reliable [...]

  • E. Añaños Carrasco
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 28

    Abstract
    Elderly people are major consumers of the media, especially of television, which combines conventional commercials with advertising formats included in the programme that [...]

  • R. Saracchini, C. Catalina Ortega, L. Bordoni
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 27

    Abstract
    Modern technology offers many facilities, but elderly people are often unable to enjoy them fully because they feel discouraged or intimidated by modern devices, and hus become [...]

  • B. Peral Peral, J. Arenas Gaitán, Á. Villarejo Ramos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 26

    Abstract
    The present study analyzes the evolution of the concept of the digital gap with the elderly from the perspective of active ageing and in the context of the use of online social [...]

  • F. Colombo, P. Aroldi, S. Carlo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 25

    Abstract
    When compared to more digitized western countries, Italy seems to have suffered a delay of ten years, in both the use of ICTs by the elderly and the study of the relation [...]

  • R. Casado Muñoz, F. Lezcano Barbero, M. Rodríguez Conde
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 24

    Abstract
    Researchers' interest in seeing the benefits of Internet in elderly people is now growing. The network helps this group to increase communication, avoid isolation and loneliness [...]

  • C. Llorente Barroso, M. Viñarás Abad, M. Sánchez Valle
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 23

    Abstract
    Global ageing has led European and international organizations to develop programs for active ageing, in order to reconstruct the role of the elderly in society. Active ageing [...]

  • C. González Oñate, C. Fanjul Peyró, F. Cabezuelo Lorenzo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2015). Vol. 23, (2), 22

    Abstract
    Our population is ageing very quickly. This increase is added to the rapid, exponential breakthrough of new technologies in our everyday lives. These two factors are generating [...]