Sobre el concepto de alfabetización transmedia en el ámbito educativo. Una revisión de la literatura

Palabras clave: Revisión sistemática de la literatura, transmedia, alfabetización transmedia

Resumen

En torno al movimiento mediático de la cultura participativa hay ya muchos enfoques educativos que empiezan a hablar de una alfabetización transmedia. Con una revisión sistemática de la literatura, concluimos que este concepto no se ha definido aún en el ámbito educativo, aunque existe consenso sobre algunos de sus componentes principales: transmedialidad, colaboración, prosumo y espíritu crítico.

Biografía del autor/a

Juan González-Martínez, Universitat de Girona
Universitat de GironaDepartament de PedagogiaSerra Húnter Fellow
Elisabet Serrat-Sellabona, Universitat de Girona
Universitat de GironaDepartament de Psicologia
Meritxell Estebanell-Minguell, Universitat de Girona
Universitat de GironaDepartament de Pedagogia
Carles Rostan-Sánchez, Universitat de Girona
Universitat de GironaDepartament de Psicologia
Moisès Esteban-Guitart, Universitat de Girona
Universitat de GironaDepartament de Psicologia

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Publicado
2018-08-15
Sección
Alfabetismo Transmedia