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    • A critical review of ims learning design 

      Burgos, Daniel (1) (The Art and Science of Learning Design, 01/2015)
      The work presented in this paper summarizes the research performed in order to implement a set of Units of Learning (UoLs) focused on adaptive learning processes, using the specification IMS Learning Design (IMS-LD). Through ...
    • A crusade over the airwaves: the Blue Division on Radio Nacional de España (1941–1954) 

      Gómez García, Salvador; Martín Quevedo, Juan (1) (Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 2017)
      The Blue Division, Spain’s most notable military contribution to the Second World War, has been examined from many different perspectives, though the role of communication has not featured among them. This study aims to ...
    • A design process for balanced educational video games with collaborative activities 

      Padilla-Zea, Natalia (1); Medina Medina, Nuria; Gutiérrez Vela, Francisco L; López-Arcos, José R; Paderewski-Rodríguez, Patricia; González González, Carina S (Dyna, 2015)
      The efficiency of educational video games could be improved through the use of a specific development method that allows them to keep both their educational and recreational goals and maintains their playability. Accordingly, ...
    • A first overview on the real dynamics of Chebyshev's method 

      García-Olivo, Martín; Gutiérrez, José M; Magreñán, Á. Alberto (1) (Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 07/2017)
      In this paper we explore some properties of the well known root-finding Chebyshev’s method applied to polynomials defined on the real field. In particular we are interested in showing the existence of extraneous fixed ...
    • A Flexible Educational Model to Support University in Times of Crisis: The Open Spaces Educational Framework (OSEF) 

      Higueras, Marta; Tounsi, Jalal; Burgos, Daniel (1) (Lecture notes in educational technology, 2021)
      Morocco is currently at a sweet spot for generating change and new activity models. Specially now, in VUCA environments (characterised by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity), the academic community can pay ...
    • A Framework for a Semiautomatic Competence Valuation 

      López, Aída (1); Gómez, Silvia Alicia; Martín, Debora; Burgos, Daniel (1) (Lecture Notes in Educational Technology, 2020)
      This paper’s aim is to show a method to semi-automatically evaluate the competence level reached by students through their university training. The Bolonia Plan’s evaluation has led to a review of university teaching ...
    • A Framework for Extractive Text Summarization Based on Deep Learning Modified Neural Network Classifier 

      Muthu, Balaanand; Cb, Sivaparthipan; Kumar, Priyan Malarvizhi; Kadry, Seifedine Nimer; Hsu, Ching-Hsien; Sanjuán Martínez, Óscar (1); González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (Association for Computing Machinery, 2021)
      There is an exponential growth of text data over the internet, and it is expected to gain significant growth and attention in the coming years. Extracting meaningful insights from text data is crucially important as it ...
    • A Framework for Integrating Human Factors in the Early Stages of Ship Design: Application to the Mess Halls of a Surface Combatant 

      González-Cela, Gerardo; Bellas, Roberto; Carreño, Rafael M.; Martínez, Javier (1); Touza, Ramón; González-Gil, Arturo; Gómez, Miguel; González, Diego (Journal of Ship Production and Design, 02/2020)
      The new F-110 frigates project is currently in the conceptual design and definition phase. General arrangement has to be defined; there are many demands and proposals of changes. One of them is the design of the most crowded ...
    • A Gap in Networked Publics? A Comparison of Younger and Older Journalists' Newsgathering Practices on Social Media 

      Bae Brandtzaeg, Petter; Chaparro-Domínguez, María Ángeles (1) (Nordicom Review, 15/05/2018)
      Several recent studies have examined how professional journalists use social media at work. However, we know little about the differences between younger and older journalists' use of social media for newsgathering. We ...
    • A global model for the estimation of transport costs 

      Camison-Haba, Sergio; Clemente-Almendros, Jose A. (1) (Economic Research-Ekonomska Istrazivanja, 01/01/2020)
      This paper presents a model of transport cost determinants that corrects the specification problems observed in the transport cost equations in previous literature. The model includes freight transport supply and demand, ...
    • A Granular Computing Based Approach for Improving the Consistency of Intuitionistic Reciprocal Preference Relations 

      Cabrerizo, Francisco Javier; Pérez, Ignacio Javier; Morente-Molinera, Juan Antonio (1); Alonso, Sergio; Herrera-Viedma, Enrique (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing, 2021)
      Pairwise comparison between alternatives is the preference elicitation method most used in decision making. To model it, a mathematical model based on the concept of preference relation has been proposed. When preference ...
    • A group decision making support system for the Web: How to work in environments with a high number of participants and alternatives 

      Morente-Molinera, Juan Antonio (1); Kou, G; Pérez, Javier Ignacio; Pérez, Ignacio Javier; Samuylov, K.; Selamat, A.; Herrera-Viedma, Enrique (Applied Soft Computing, 07/2018)
      One of the main challenges that the appearance of Web 2.0 and the overall spreading of the Internet have generated is how to tackle with the high number of users and information available. This problem is also inherited ...
    • A Key Action Plan for EDUCATION in a Global Crisis 

      Soriano, Vicente (1); Cardona, Pablo (1); Corpas, Manuel (Lecture notes in educational technology, 2021)
      Wars and natural disasters cause profound disturbances in human lives and social services. Historically, large pandemics have hit communities triggering rapid transformation of societies. The global COVID-19 outbreak has ...
    • A log-linear analysis of efficiency in elite basketball applied to observational methodology 

      Alsasua, Roberto (1); Lapresa, Daniel; Arana, Javier; Anguera, María Teresa (International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 06/2019)
      Although the full potential of observational methodology is realized through diachronic analyses, synchronic analyses can be used to investigate associations between categorical variables. Log-linear modeling is an appropriate ...
    • A long-term view of knowledge agents as key enablers of environmental knowledge 

      Martínez Martínez, Aurora (1); Cegarra-Navarro, Juan Gabriel; Wensley, Anthony (Proceedings of the European Conference on Knowledge Management, ECKM, 09/2017)
      Knowledge agents are individuals who contribute to the transformation and exchange of knowledge and who make active use of the knowledge derived from relevant information. From a hotel perspective, knowledge agents are ...
    • A methodology for the technical-economic analysis of municipal solid waste systems based on social cost-benefit analysis with a valuation of externalities 

      Medina-Mijangos, Rubí; De Andres, Andrés; Guerrero-García-Rojas, Hilda R.; Seguí-Amórtegui, Luis (1) (Environmental science and pollution research, 2021)
      Countries face a serious problem due to the generation and management of higher volumes of waste. Large-scale production of waste has promoted the establishment of various operations (collection, transport, treatment and ...
    • A Mixed Methods Study to Examine the Influence of CLIL on Physical Education Lessons: Analysis of Social Interactions and Physical Activity Levels 

      Salvador-García, Celina (1); Capella-Peris, Carlos; Chiva-Bartoll, Óscar; Ruiz-Montero, Pedro Jesús (Frontiers in Psychology, 03/2020)
      Physical Education is often selected for applying multilingual initiatives through the use of a content and language integrated learning (CLIL) approach. However, it is still unclear whether the introduction of such an ...
    • A mobile app-based intervention for adolescents with first-episode psychosis: the think app 

      Calvo, Ana (1); Sánchez-Gutiérrez, Teresa (1); Barbeito, Sara (1); Mayoral, María; Moreno, Miguel; Rios-Aguilar, Sergio (1); Arango, Celso (European Psychiatry, 2019)
      Background: Although the use of technological advances in psychiatric treatment is relatively recent, the availability and sophistication of technologies are growing. This new therapeutic approach may provide patients with ...
    • A model of the role of error detection and self-regulation in academic performance 

      Zamora, Ángela; Suárez, José Manuel; Ardura, Diego (1) (The Journal of Educational Research, 2017)
      The authors' aim was to determine the extent to which error detection contributes to the explanation of a cognitive and motivational model of student performance in an assessment test. A total of 151 science students of ...
    • A model-driven approach to generate and deploy videogames on multiple platforms 

      Núñez-Valdez, Edward Rolando (1); García-Díaz, Vicente; Cueva Lovelle, Juan Manuel; Saez Achaerandio, Yago; González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 06/2017)
      Currently, videogame development for mobile devices is a highly profitable and competitive industry worldwide. This profitability can be ascribed to the popularity that new technologies such as smartphones and tablets have ...