• Framework for Teacher Support During Remote Teaching in a Crisis: COVID-19, as a Case Study 

      Denden, Mouna; Tlili, Ahmed; Burgos, Daniel (1); Jemni, Mohamed; Huang, Ronghuai; Essalmi, Fathi; Chang, Ting-Wen (Lecture Notes in Educational Technology, 2021)
      Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many universities have decided to apply remote teaching in order to ensure the continuity of teaching and learning, as well as the safety of their students, teachers, and employees. However, ...
    • Liderazgo en la empresa online neguentrópica 

      Carr-Chellman, Ali; Freeman Jr., Sydney; Kitchel, Allen (Revista Española de Pedagogía, 09/2019)
      Este artículo trata el fenómeno opuesto a la degradación entrópica, tal como se entiende en las ciencias físicas y lo aplica, de manera metafórica, a las empresas online. Las conductas neguentrópicas son aquellas que aportan ...
    • The Digital Economy: Social Interaction Technologies – an Overview 

      Redondo, Teófilo (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 03/2015)
      Social interaction technologies (SIT) is a very broad field that encompasses a large list of topics: interactive and networked computing, mobile social services and the Social Web, social software and social media, marketing ...
    • X-ray imaging virtual online laboratory for engineering undergraduates 

      Corbi, Alberto (1); Burgos, Daniel (1); Vidal, Franck Patrick; Albiol, Francisco J.; Albiol, Alberto (European Journal of Physics, 2020)
      Distance learning engineering students (as well as those in face-to-face settings) should acquire a basic background in radiation-matter interaction physics (usually in the first semesters). Some students in this group may ...