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Media in Education

Results from the 2011 ICEM and SIIE joint Conference

  • António Moreira
  • Otto Benavides
  • Antonio Jose Mendes


  • Explores the pros and cons of the use of ICT in education in one book

  • Covers the latest research in the area of Media in Education

  • Represents the best papers from the joint ICEM SIIE 2011 conference (Portugal)

  • Provides a global view on the use of ICT in education


About this book


Embracing the contribution and active participation of researchers, teachers, creators, managers and other specialists, this volume provides in-depth discussion of:
• Students’ perspectives on media in the classroom
• Students and media (as content and as tools for learning)
• Educational Media Design
• Institutional Impact of the integration of Educational Media
• Old v. New Media: what really matters?
• Research and Evaluation
• Personal and/or social learning environments/networks
• Media and inclusion
• Media and informal learning
• Immersive learning environments
• Virtual mobility in Education
• Mobile learning
• Media and literacies

The best peer-reviewed and hand selected papers  presented at the 2011 ICEM and  SIIE Joint Conference in Portugal make up the volume. Taken as a whole, they provide the most up-to-date material published on the future of ICT and the media in education, providing an invaluable resource to researchers, curriculum developers, policy makers, and anyone interested in the latest information about this  emerging and exciting area of study.


Assessment ICT in Education ICT in Education Policies Media Literacy Media in the Curriculum

Editors and affiliations

  • António Moreira
    • 1
  • Otto Benavides
    • 2
  • Antonio Jose Mendes
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Education, Campus Universitário de SantiagoUniversity of AveiroAveiroPortugal
  2. 2.Dept of Curriculum and Instruction (CI)California State UniversityFresnoUSA
  3. 3.Fac. Ciencias e Tecnologia, Depto. Engenharia InformaticaUniversidade de CoimbraCoimbraPortugal

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