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“Face to Face”, Comunica2 2021

Comunica2, the International Congress on Communication and Technology held at Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), drew experts in Communication and Digital Marketing for its eleventh edition, held in person on November 18th and 19th. Comunica2 is targeted at students, professionals and researchers, with the aim of reflecting and analyzing how Communication […]

Truth in the Era of Fake News

The high level of penetration of smartphones in our society and today’s technological developments have allowed us to have easy and immediate access to large quantities of information any time and any place. However, having access to a lot more information does not necessarily mean that we are better informed. The terms fake news, clickbait […]

Feminism and Social Media

Social media consists of platforms that help establish all kinds of contacts or friendships and where a large amount of information is shared. Feminism has crossed this online barrier and has taken the form of cyberfeminism, where many feminists are actively putting a spotlight on the problems endured by women. They reflect on everyday situations […]

Escape Rooms for the Classrooms

Research professor Sandra Martorell from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) is taking part in an international project that has created educational escape rooms to be implemented in the classroom setting. First of all, we need to explain what an escape room is. Some of you may have already played a few. […]

“Viva Berlanga”

Do you know the Berlanga film that was nominated for the Oscars? And how many movies he directed? And the collection of books he published? And the word that is repeated in all of his feature films? All of the answers are revealed in the “Viva Berlanga. Una historia de cine” exhibition at the MuVim […]

Political Communication Strategy in the Pandemic

An international study that research scientists from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) participated in, has analyzed the contents of the Twitter accounts of different European political leaders during the first forty days of the Covid-19 pandemic crisis. Their use of this communication channel proved to be inefficient for promoting safety measures […]

60% of Spanish Families Rate Teachers “Very Good” or “Outstanding” for Their Online Teaching Efforts and Implication

Researchers from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) are conducting a study gain insight into Spanish family perception of the online education their children are receiving. The study focuses exclusively on primary and secondary education, with one conclusion standing out from the preliminary results: Spanish families have very high opinions of the […]

Online Arts & Entertainment in the Times of COVID-19, More Necessary than Ever

As we navigate the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, society and Web 2.0 have taken on a fundamental role in our day-to-day lives. New forms of entertainment have emerged that we can all enjoy from the safety and comfort of our homes and that go beyond traditional family board games. Thanks to the digital age, […]

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