Vol 25, No 1 (2022) EN


Vol 25, No 1 (2022)

Special Issue. Audiovisual and Multiscreen Education


DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/ried.25.1

Coords.: I. Aguaded, M.A. Ortiz-Sobrino


Table of Contents



Radio, Television, Audio and Video in Education. Functions and Possibilities, Enhanced by COVID-19

Lorenzo García Aretio


Special Issue

Audiovisual and Multiscreen Education

Ignacio Aguaded, Miguel-Angel Ortiz-Sobrino


Audiovisual Production in University: Spaces for Teaching Innovation in Iberoamerica

María Toscano-Alonso, Ignacio Aguaded, Edna M. Manotas Salcedo, Silvia C. Farias-Gaytán


Challenges of Multimedia Production in MOOCs. An Interpretive Case Study on the Faculty Perspectives

Ada Freitas Cortina, Joaquín Paredes Labra


The MOOC in Continuous and Specialized Training: New Narratives and Audiovisual Formats? Myths and Challenges

Raquel Caerols Mateo, Pável Sindorenko Bautista, Sara Osuna-Acedo


Multimedia Learning and Knowledge Transfer on a Digital Platform. Entremedios Case Study

Carmen Marta-Lazo, José Antonio Gabelas-Barroso, Antonia Nogales-Bocio, Miguel Ezequiel Badillo-Mendoza


Evaluation of Online Teacher Training Programs on Innovation and Digital Competences During Covid-19: #webinarsUNIA

María Sánchez González, María Lourdes Miró Amarante, Francisco José Ruiz Rey, Manuel Cebrián de la Serna


Educational Inclusion in Times of COVID-19: Use of Social Media for People with Intellectual Disabilities

Mónica Bonilla-del-Río, Mª Luisa Sánchez-Calero


Educommunication, Web radio and Non-Formal Education in an Erasmus+ Context: the Europa On Air Experience

Miguel Ángel Ortiz Sobrino, Nereida López Vidales, Juan Carlos González Pérez


Podcast Didactics in the 8th Grades. A Classroom Experience in the Community of Madrid

María Julia González Conde, Hugo Prieto González, Francisco Baptista Gil


Educational Television in Spain: the offer of Atresmedia, Mediaset and RTVE

Marta Rodríguez-Castro, Ana María López-Cepeda, Xosé Soengas-Pérez


Research and Case Studies

Hybrid Teaching and Learning Environments to Promote Personalized Learning

Anna Engel Rocamora, César Coll Salvador


Change from Face-to-Face to Virtual Mode during Confinement due to Covid-19: Perceptions of University Students

María de la O Casero Béjar, María del Mar Sánchez Vera


On the Use of Facial Recognition Technologies in University: the UNED Case

José L. Aznarte, Mariano Melendo Pardo, Juan Manuel Lacruz López


Using Socrative as a Tool to Improve the Teaching-Learning Process in Higher Education

Carmen Juan Llamas, Alejandro de la Viuda Serrano


The Transformation to an Online Course in Higher Education Results in Better Student Academic Performance

Teresa Freire, Carolina Rodríguez


Communication and Relationship Skills in Higher Education Disciplines Aimed at Counseling

Nieves Valencia-Naranjo, María Auxiliadora Robles-Bello