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[Commlist] CFP - TEEM'19 (Track 15) - Communication, Education and Social Media

Fri May 31 12:54:10 GMT 2019

CFP - TEEM'19 (Track 15) - Communication, Education and Social Media

Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality

October 16-18, 2018

León, Spain

There is a scientific consensus that Internet, digital media and social
media have changed completely the paradigm in Communication and
Education research. But the revolution is far from completed. In fact,
the scenario keeps changing day by day, what makes new challenges arose
constantly. This comes with new risks that have to be, first understood
and then faced accordingly, but at the same time it makes this field so
rich and interesting. In this context, studies about the use of social
media and its effects in education, communication and political or
social events become relevant. This fact is evident in those projects
trying to understand the way social networks and digital media work. The
potential of these new phenomena is still unknown, but the need of
education in order to comprehend it, use it properly and exploit all its
possibilities is certain. The issues related with education and
diffusion present some of the most challenging and urgent aspects in
connection with communication and social media. Learning how to take
advantage of these new forms of communication as a way to analyse
societies or to educate its members (both children and adults)
constitutes one of the possibilities with greatest potential in the new
media scenario. Using new communication practices, technologies or
narratives becomes a very useful tool in order to promote positive
values or behaviours in societies. This track focuses on the uses of
digital and social media in educational contexts, as well as experiences
in which these media are seen as a tool to analyse and change society
or, in the other direction, experiences in which the possibilities and
risks of social media that shape the communication paradigm are analysed.

- Adoption of new technologies and social media
- Effects of communication
- Social Media messages and Education
- Risk of Social Media in Education Environments
- Narrative Processes
- Data Analytics of Media
- Edu-Communication
- Youth and Social Media
-  Mass Media and Education

Track Scientific Committee

Carlos Arcila Calderón (University of Salamanca, Spain) – Chair
Juan José Igartua (University of Salamanca, Spain)
Félix Ortega (University of Salamanca, Spain)
Daniel Barredo (University of Rosario, Colombia)
Denis Porto (Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil)
Jairo Lugo Ocando (University of Leeds, UK)
Dimitra Dimitrakopouloud (Aristotelic University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Mabel Calderín (Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Venezuela)
Alejandro Barranquero (University Carlos III, Spain)
Miguel Vicente (University of Valladolid, Spain)

Paper Submission: 15 June 2019

More info: Carlos Arcila Calderón - (carcila /at/ <mailto:(carcila /at/>

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