Visual Literacy and Digital Communication. The Role of Media in New Educational Practices


  • Victoria Pascual Bolivar Universidad Complutense de Madrid


Palabras clave:

Visual Literacy, Digital Communication, Educational Practices, Second Language teaching



Biografía del autor/a

Victoria Pascual Bolivar, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Victoria Pascual is a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language, and holds an EdM in TESOL from Boston University and a CELTA from Cambridge University. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in English Linguistics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her main areas of research are Visual Literacy in in ELT in secondary education, second language acquisition, curriculum development, and the use of video through students’ own productions.


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