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Contents: Laura Borras: The Reader (in) Digital. Forms of Reading on Screens - Lucas Ramada Prieto: "Common Places in Children's E-Lit". A Journey through the Defining Spaces of Electronic Literature - Bettina Kummerling-Meibauer: The Impact of New Digital Media on Children's and Young Adult Literature - Junko Yokota: The Past, Present and Future of Digital Picturebooks for Children - Celia Turrion Penelas: Electronic Literature for Children. Characterising Narrative Apps (2010-2014) - Mireia Manresa: Traditional Readers and Electronic Literature. An Exploration of Perceptions and Readings of Digital Works - Lucas Ramada Prieto/Lara Reyes Lopez: Digital Migrations: Exploratory Research on Children's E-Lit Reading Profiles - Martina Fittipaldi/Anna Juan/Mireia Manresa: Paper or Digital: A Comparative Reading with Teenagers of a Poe Short Story - Cristina Aliagas/Ana M. Margallo: iPads, Emergent Readers and Families - Neus Real/Cristina Correro: Digital Literature in Early Childhood. Reading Experiences in Family and School Contexts - Teresa Colomer/Karla Fernandez de Gamboa Vazquez: Reading Literature on Screen in a Classroom Library - Kate Pullinger: Inanimate Alice - How We Accidentally Created a Digital Story for Schools - Arnal Ballester: Change of Direction.
Mireia Manresa is a part-time lecturer in the Department of Language, Literature and Social Sciences Education at the UAB, a secondary education teacher and an e-learning specialist. Neus Real is a full-time lecturer in the Department of Language, Literature and Social Sciences Education at the UAB and a specialist in women's fiction of the 20th century.