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Gündüzalp, Seda; Sener, Gönül – Research on Education and Media, 2021
Billions of data in social media have provided a very influential platform for researchers to make research on data analysis. In the digital age, it has become essential for conducting an analysis of written things in social media in which the individuals express easily themselves without any pressure and for studying big data. It has been known…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Public Opinion, Teaching (Occupation), Social Media
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Gocen, Ahmet; Aydemir, Fatih – Research on Education and Media, 2021
With the increase in studies about artificial intelligence (AI) in the educational field, many scholars in the field believe that the role of teachers, school and leaders in education will change. In this regard, the purpose of this study is to examine what possible scenarios are there with the arrival of AI in education and what kind of…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Technology Uses in Education, School Administration, Educational Research
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Fornasari, Alberto – Research on Education and Media, 2021
The age of literacy, also known as modern age, was based on vision, regulation and control, whereas the post-literacy age, characterised by the advent of digital technologies, is based on an immersive, multisensorial and participatory approach. The ICT provide new opportunities to rethink and redesign the ways in which cultural heritage has been…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Cultural Background, Museums, Foreign Countries
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Carlomagno, Nadia; Cordella, Francesco Maria; Minghelli, Valeria; Rivoltella, Pier Cesare – Research on Education and Media, 2021
The didactic-performative experience at a distance, centred on the body in action of the training laboratories activated at the University of Study Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan and the University of Study Suor Orsola Benincasa of Naples, encouraged, through the exercise of 'simplex property' of the separation of functions, the crossing of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Theater Arts, Interaction
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Ganino, Giovanni – Research on Education and Media, 2021
The article presents a systematic analysis of international literature concerning the design of educational audiovisual texts at university level. The theme appears very important in light of the extensive use of these cognitive artefacts in flipped, blended, Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) teaching processes. This is even more important in…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, College Instruction, Educational Research, Educational Technology
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Falcinelli, Floriana; Moscetti, Caterina – Research on Education and Media, 2021
In the school year 2020-2021, the COVID-19 pandemic imposed distance learning (in Italian, the DAD acronym is used). Therefore, the Degree Course in Primary Education Sciences of the University of Perugia has proposed an innovative programme for the training of future teachers by developing a distance learning laboratory focusing coding and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Early Childhood Education, Workshops
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Pallonetto, Lucia; Palumbo, Carmen – Research on Education and Media, 2021
The present contribution aims to reflect on the fundamental importance of the promotion of corporeal education in educational contexts, in the light of adoption of distance teaching, due to the current and dramatic pandemic emergency. In rethinking and redesigning teaching, increasingly digitised, the fundamental question refers to the…
Descriptors: Distance Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Ferrari, Simona; Triacca, Serena; Braga, Gianluca – Research on Education and Media, 2021
Many educational agents offer paths that allow school to turn itself into a 'third space'. Caritas Ambrosiana, based on a 'pedagogy of facts', proposes interventions to promote soft skills in schools. This non-formal education agency committed Research Center about Media Education, Innovation and Technology (CREMIT) of Catholic University for a…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Intervention, Soft Skills, Informal Education
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Tamborra, Valeria – Research on Education and Media, 2021
The suspension of face-to-face teaching activities, due to the pandemic emergency, led universities to rearrange their teaching strategies using online learning environments and video-conference tools as a temporarily replacement of classrooms, without an accurate attention to training strategies. In this scenario, there is a need to reconsider…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Corazza, Laura; Macauda, Anita – Research on Education and Media, 2021
Ample scientific literature recognises the role of visual thinking in the constructive process of ideas and mental images and the function of visual intelligence in the communicative processes. Starting from the sectoral studies, we have turned our attention to the visual communication of the results of scientific research, relating it to some…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Scientific Research, Art, Documentation
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Panagiotis, Gkrilias; Stefanos, Armakolas; Irida, Grigoropoulou; Anastasia, Griva – Research on Education and Media, 2021
Recently, cases of plagiarism in education have been on the rise with the underlying causes of their appearance being numerous. Due to the large extent of this phenomenon, specialised software has been developed and is available for users to check the presence or absence of plagiarism. The purpose of this paper is to study cases of plagiarism in…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Plagiarism, Journal Articles, Technology Uses in Education
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Sannicandro, Katia; De Santis, Annamaria; Bellini, Claudia; Minerva, Tommaso – Research on Education and Media, 2021
In the Italian university context, almost all universities offer blended degree courses, digital environments and e-learning systems. In many cases, dedicated centres also provide technical support and, less frequently, teaching and methodological support. The development of digital learning environments often does not correspond to the spread of…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Instructional Design, Instructional Innovation, College Faculty
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Gottardo, Ezio Del; De Martino, Delio – Research on Education and Media, 2020
The Coronavirus pandemic, forcing all schools and universities to exclusively activate distance learning (DL), has triggered an unprecedented innovative process. E-learning had remained a niche resource for a few innovators, experts and enthusiasts; but, with the forced DL due to COVID-19, teachers of all levels had to engage in a new form of…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Electronic Learning, Emergency Programs, COVID-19
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Roffi, Alice; Ranieri, Maria; Bruni, Isabella – Research on Education and Media, 2020
COVID-19 lockdown measures adopted by governments in March 2020 have impacted our society as never happened before. The school system was not an exception. Interventions to allow students for distance learning through the support of 'old' (e.g. TV) or 'new' media (e.g. digital platforms) have been promoted, involving millions of students and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education, Emergency Programs
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Garavaglia, Andrea; Petti, Livia – Research on Education and Media, 2020
Following China, the next severely affected country due to the COVID-19 epidemic was Italy. In consideration of the increasing number of infections, the government via the Ministerial Decree (DPCM) of March 2020 established various restrictive measures for the entire Italian territory, even involving the closure of schools. Hence, for the first…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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