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The volume Balance y análisis de la investigación sobre el libro de texto escolar y los medios digitales from IARTEM’s regional conference in Pereira, Colombia, 2016 is now available for download from the publications page.

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The volume from the 2010 IARTEM conference in Montreal, Canada, “Representation of Minorities in Textbooks” can now be downloaded  as a pdf file.

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digital_textbooksJesús Rodríguez Rodríguez, Eric Bruillard, Mike Horsley (Eds.). (2015). Digital Textbooks: What’s New. Santiago de Compostela: IARTEM / Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. DOI: 10.15304/op377.759

Recognizing that digital books must be considered more than mere tools, they are analyzed in the context of digital culture and also presented as a relevant, current and upcoming field of research and development.

Download your free digital copy (EPUB-format – you will need an EPUB-reader).

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The volume from the 12th IARTEM conference in Ostrava has just been published. A special conference issue of Orbis Scholae can be downloaded here.

 

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The volume from the 2012 regional conference in Curitiba, Brazil, is published by NPPD/UFPR, with IARTEM support. It is comprised of texts in Portuguese, Spanish, Galician and English. The complete title of the volume is:
Desafios para a superação das desigualdades sociais: o papel dos manuais didáticos e das mídias educativas (Challenges to overcome social inequality: The role of textbooks and educational media).

Download pdf: Conference volume Curitiba 2012.

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The volume from the 11th IARTEM conference in Kaunas has just been published!

Download pdf: “Representation of Otherness”

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The deadline for the conference volume for the 11th IARTEM conference in Kaunas is extended to 15 April 2012. The board has decided that we will approach a German publisher to have the contributions published as a peer reviewed edited book. Please see the author guidelines if you want to contribute.

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