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    Diez respuestas de la investigación científica a dudas de los periodistas digitales [Ten answers from scientific research to doubts of digital journalists]

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    Scientific research on digital journalism, a field consolidated in recent decades in the field of social sciences, provides results that should contribute to a better professional activity and that can help to clear up doubts that many professionals have when facing challenges in their day-to-day work. Despite the poor relationship between the profession and academia in the past, the result of a flood effect in the sector in the last decades of the last century and certain mutual reticence, there is no doubt that the challenges facing professionals in the second half of the third decade of the current millennium, driven by the massive intro-duction of artificial intelligence tools, suggest a better understanding that will be fruitful for both parties

    Combatiendo la desinformación desde la Universidad. Talleres de fact-checking en asignaturas de Periodismo [Fighting disinformation from the University. Fact-checking workshops in Journalism subjects]

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    Journalism is going through difficult times to defend its role as gatekeeper of fake news. Perhaps, itsnext challenge will beto focus on the future communication professionals, today still university students. Promote active methodologies, applicable to the real case in university classrooms, prepare students to detect disinformation, hoaxes and lies, and especially, focus on how to prepare the news by inserting the marks of informative qual-ity (contrast of sources, use of background, contextualization, explanation and interpre-tation of the facts, in addition to an informative language) and combat the risks in a necessary digital scenario

    El periodismo local reinventa estrategias. Decálogo para los desafíos en tiempos de inteligencia artificial [Local journalism reinvents strategies. Decalogue for the challenges in times of artificial intelligence]

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    Local and hyperlocal journalism is experiencing times of great change. It is reinventing and reinforcing strategies to survive in a scenario where news deserts have increased, many local media have disappeared and many news projects are finding it difficult to keep up with the pace of production and innovation imposed by the digital ecosystem. The digital transition has led to the appearance of many native media, especially due to the reduction of procedures and the ease of creating a platform on the web, but few had solid projects. Now, with the massive arrival of Artificial Intelligence (AI), many of these media outlets that have resisted the onslaught of adaptation, are convinced that they must review their strategies and look back at their audiences, who have not always been known in depth or understood their needs and demands, despite the multiple metrics that exist to monitor media consumption

    Periodismo que busca un tránsito de comunicar sólo “para” a comunicar “con”. Algunas propuestas prácticas [Journalism that seeks a transition from communicating only “for” to communicating “with”. Some practical proposals]

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    The recovery of local journalism, especially from the hand of digital native initiatives of proximity, many of them hyperlocal, shows us a way to rethink journalism: the necessary combination of communicating "for", the objective with which a good part of the legacy media and some native media have been born, and communicating "with" without renouncing the principles and elements of journalism. It is not easy, because the multiple influences of the local actors involved in the projects, although it is a virtuous circle of relationships that improves results, also implies threats to the independence of the media –the ability to make decisions with autonomy and with the sole guiding principle of compliance with the principles acquired by the media of service to the community– and can become, in certain contexts, a vicious circle. Without downplaying the risks, several investigations of the digital journalism team of the Novos Medios research group have shown that some experiences show that it is possible to explore ways of greater involvement of audiences and walk with them in common objectives that lead to better information and higher quality journalism. The commitment to this path implies a review of information strategies and a practical demonstration of the ability to involve the communities for which the information is provided in the path of participation and co-creation of initiatives and content for these media

    Bibliotecas y sostenibilidad alimentaria

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    The fundamental essence of a library is books, which are part of its idiosyncrasy and identity. Today, however, libraries are evolving into more multifaceted spaces where diverse activities and learning can take place. Thus, libraries of different types are strengthening their facilities and exploring new services, giving a new perspective to the 21st century library as a "third space". To this end, they are deliberately configuring their spaces as fundamental civic centers, using the strategy of placemaking, with the goal of offering an integrated set of facilities and public spaces that become "the heart and soul of the community." This inclusive approach involves creating an environment where all people feel welcome and have equal access to library resources and services. It is critical to ensure that all members of the community have the opportunity to take full advantage of the resources and services the library provides. By fostering inclusion, libraries play a crucial role in building more equal and diverse communities. Among these approaches, libraries, as community centers, can play a crucial role in promoting food sustainability. Translated with DeepL.com (free version

    Uso de las redes sociales por las revistas de alto impacto de comunicación y ciencias de la información

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    This research sought to examine the adoption of social networks by the Communication and Library and Information Sciences (LIS) scientific journals with the greatest impact (Q1) according to the Scimago Journal Rank (SJR). A descriptive methodology was followed with a quantitative approach through a review of the websites and social networks of the journals. The profiles and their activity on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube were identified, their activity was analysed according to types of publishers in relation to their size and the results between the two areas were compared, revealing their similarities and differences. Among the main contributions, there is evidence of a different behaviour between the two categories studied, with a greater adoption of social media in the Communication area, a clear predominance of the X platform in all cases, and a greater presence in networks of small journals and independent publishers than from major publishers. Among the limitations of this research, we can point to the absence of a content analysis of the publications; this is proposed for future studies

    Jorge E. Hirsch, su índice h y otros índices derivados [Jorge E. Hirsch, his h-index and other derived indices]

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    The h-index and how it is calculated are explained. The article begins with a short biographical note of its inventor Jorge E. Hirsh, nuclear physicist and pacifist. The characteristics of the h-index and the criticisms it has received are discussed. Other derived indices (m, i, g)are presented. A brief mention is made of the Publish or Perish program

    Ventajas e inconvenientes de que los medios cuenten con un lab [Advantages and disadvantages of having a lab in media organizations]

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    At the current crossroads of the media and journalism, innovation is emerging not only as a "nice thing to have", but as an urgent and peremptory need. In this context, innovation labs are seen as a structured and somewhat privileged space. However, a review of the academic and professional literature on the subject also reveals voices that are critical of these spaces. Given this situation, we ask ourselves what their advantages and disadvantages are. To answer this question, we conducted semistructured interviews with 18 experts in the field for two reasons. Firstly, because they themselves are linked to a lab. Secondly, because they are highly qualified experts in journalistic innovation in its various forms, and academic experts as well. The results confirm that these laboratories offer considerable advantages, along with disadvantages, which can potentially cause operational problems. The latter do not invalidate the model, but they do force media outlets to use it in a reflexive way. This confirms the instrumental nature of these spaces, but also the fact that they are not really necessary, and their presence is not sufficient

    Evaluación de la investigación: una aproximación a su reforma y al papel emergente de los servicios bibliotecarios

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    An overview on the debate about research evaluation reform and its new context is offered in which declarations, manifestos and reports play an important role as frames of reference and drivers of change; the analyzes and proposals of experts and working and research groups contribute to laying the foundations for a necessary reform; the will to promote this reform is manifested from the political sphere and is taking shape in measures that seek a thorough review of the principles and evaluation criteria, and the library profession commitment with support and guidance to research staff and institutional managers is increasingly broader and more profound

    Inteligencia artificial, desinformación y aspectos éticos

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    Chapter focused on generative artificial intelligence, misinformation, and ethical aspects. This work examines the positive and negative aspects of GenAI, specifically ChatGPT, and how safe use of OpenAI's generative artificial intelligence can be achieved. This chapter is part of the book "ChatGPT and Higher Education: Possibilities and Limits of ChatGPT as a Teaching Tool

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