REM – RESEARCH ON EDUCATION AND MEDIA

REM – Research on Education and Media
Official Journal of SIREM, Italian Society for Research on Education and Media

Aim and Scope
REM – Research on Education and Media is devoted to research on Education and Media in the broadest sense: Media Education, e-Learning, Education Technology, Teaching and Learning with Technologies, Digital Citizenship, Youth Media Consumption. The journal serves the interest of researchers, educators and teachers, and publishes original research works, case studies, systematic reviews, along with editorials and brief reports, covering recent developments in the field. Issues on Education and Media are discussed with the aim to encourage debate and stimulate new research.

Referral process
Each article is anonymously submitted to two anonymous referees. Only articles for which both referees will express a positive judgment will be accepted. The referees evaluations will be communicated to the authors, including guidelines for changes. In this case, the authors are required to change their submissions according to the referees guidelines. Articles not modified in accordance with the referees guidelines will not be accepted.

Journal founded in 2009 and published by Erickson Ltd until 2012.

Registered at no. 15 in Court of Lecce on 19th July, 2013.


Vol 6, No 2 (2014): December 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

Index PDF
Editorial Staff 1-4
Introduction PDF
Monica Fantin 5-8
Unfolding the Pushchair. Children’s Mobilities and Everyday Technologies PDF
Susana Cortés-Morales, Pia Christensen 9-18
Education and Digital Culture: Constructions of the One-to-one Learning Programme in Buenos Aires City PDF
Maria Florencia Ripani 19-34
Education-Research in Schools: Places and authorships in question PDF
Elisa Maria Quartiero, Monica Fantin 35-46
Growing and learning in multidimensional surroundings. Connecting inside and outside school experiences PDF
Juana Maria Sancho Gil, Adriana Ornellas 47-58
Applying a flexible approach in a professionalizing online course: a case study PDF
Lorella Giannandrea, Laura Fedeli 59-68
Social Network Analysis of a Blended Learning experience in higher education PDF
Pablo Maraver López, Ángel Mojarro Aliaño, José Ignacio Aguaded Gómez 69-78
Episodes of Situated Learning. A New Way to Teaching and Learning PDF
Pier Cesare Rivoltella 79-88
On the Sense of Aesthetic Experience PDF
Roberto Diodato 89-98


ISSN: 2037-­0849