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Journal Articles (with peer review)

  • Rega, I., Vannini, S., Fino, E., Cantoni, L. (2013). Exploring the Meanings of Community Multimedia Centers in Mozambique: A Social Representations Perspective. Information Technology and International Development, (ITID), Vol. 9, Issue 4.
  • Vannini, S., Rega, I., Cantoni, L. (2013). Information and Communication Flows through Community Multimedia Centres: Perspectives from Mozambican Communities. Information Technology for Development (ITD). pp. 1-14. DOI:10.1080/02681102.2013.854729.
  • Bladergroen, M., Chigona, W., Bytheway, A., Cox, S., Dumas, C., & Van Zyl, I. 2012. Educator discourses on ICT in education: A critical analysis. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, 8(2): 107 – 119.
  • Rapanta, C., Garcia-Mila, M., & Gilabert, S. (under press). What is meant by argumentative competence? An integrative review of methods of analysis and assessment in education. Review of Educational Research.
  • Van Zyl, I. (2011). Mutual Isolation and the Fight for Care: An Ethnography of South African Home-based Healthcare Contexts. Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries, 5(1): 15-37.
  • Rapetti, E., Picco-Schwendener, A., Vannini, S. (2011), Mobile Learning: una risorsa nell’educazione universitaria? Risultati da una ricerca in Ticino (Svizzera)., Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society, Italian Edition, v.7, n.2.
  • Rapetti E., Picco A., Vannini S. (2011), Is mobile learning a resource in higher education? Data evidence from an empirical research in Ticino (Switzerland), Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society, English Edition, v.7, n.2, 47-57
  • Cantoni L., Tardini S. (2010). Generation Y, Digital Learners, and Other Dangerous Things. In L. Cantoni & S. Tardini (eds.), “Generation Y, Digital Learners, and Other Dangerous Things”, Special issue opf QWERTY – Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology, Culture and Education, 5(2), pp. 11-25.
  • Camerini L., Diviani N., Tardini S. (2010). Health virtual communities: is the Self lost in the Net?. Social Semiotics, 20(1):83-98. Link
  • Rapetti E., Cantoni L. (2010). Digital Natives¿ and learning with ICTs. The GenY @ work research in Ticino, Switzerland. In Je‐LKS (Journal of e‐Learning and Knowledge Society) ¿ Online Edition (Open Access). Available online.
  • Cantoni L. (2009). Profili professionali nell¿eLearning. «REM – Ricerche su Educazione e Media», 1/1 (2009), pp. 77-84.
  • Cantoni L., Succi C. (2008). A Map of eLearning Acceptance (MeLA) and a Corporate eLearning Readiness Index (CeLeRI). «iJAC International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning», 1/1 (2008), pp. 39-47.
  • Coyne J., McLaughlin E., Cantoni L. (2007). Building an international Health Management Curriculum: Analyzing Faculty Survey Results. «The Journal of Health Administration Education», 24/2 (2007), pp. 151-174.
  • Cantoni L. (2007). Formare nella società della conoscenza. Che cosa ci possono insegnare i router?. Cultura & Comunicazione, 1, p. 24.
  • Cantoni L., Zyga S. (2007). The Use of Internet Communication by Catholic Congregations. A First Quantitative Study. «Journal of Media and Religion», 6/4 (2007), pp. 291-309.
  • Cantoni L., Faré M., Tardini S. (2006). A Communicative Approach to Web Communication: the Pragmatic Behavior of Internet Search Engines. «QWERTY», 1 (1), pp. 49-62. Link
  • Succi C., Cantoni L. (2006). Accettazione e rifiuto dell¿eLearning nelle organizzazioni: una mappa. Sociologia del lavoro, 103 (2006), Francoangeli, pp. 132-142.
  • Cantoni L. (2006). Educational Communication and The Case for ICTs. A two ways route. «Studies in Communication Sciences», 6/2 (2006), pp. 9-22.
  • Botturi L., Cantoni L., Tardini S. (2006). Introducing a Moodle LMS in Higher Education: the e-Courses Experience in Ticino (Switzerland). Je-LKS ¿ Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society, 2, 1, March 2006, pp. 123-130. Pdf
  • Cantoni L., Schulz P. (2006). When an online chat does not ignore bodies: linguistic and physical interactions in a virtual space. International Journal of Applied Semiotics, 4: 67-79.
  • Cantoni L., Botturi L. (2005). eLearning Meeting Modular Education, the Case of Learning Objects. Revue Suisse de Sciences de l’éducation / Rivista svizzera di scienze dell¿educazione / Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Bildungswissenschaften RSSE/SZBW, 27(2), 231-251.
  • Triacca L., Speroni M., Bramani C. (2005). Understanding Semiotic issues in Usability Evaluation of Cultural Heritage Websites: the DICE case study. Studies in Communication Sciences 5/1: 75-92
  • Cantoni I., Cantoni L., Gobbo E., Torrebruno A. (2004). ICT nella scuola elementare. TD Tecnologie Didattiche, 1, 38-46.
  • Cantoni L. (2004). La comunicazione interna, fra miti, riti e modelli: un approccio formativo, . FOR Rivista per la formazione, 61, 49-53.
  • Cantoni L. & Schulz, P. (2003). Studies in Communication Sciences. Special Issue “New Media in Education”, Lugano.
  • Cantoni L., Schulz P. (2003). New Media in Education. Special Issue of Studies in Communication Sciences, Lugano, 3-220.
  • Cantoni L., Rega I. (2003). eLearning studies looking for fixed stars: a study on referenced literature in SITE 2001. in L. Cantoni & P. Schulz (eds.), Studies in Communication Sciences. Special Issue “New Media in Education”, Lugano, 23-37.
  • Lepori B., Cantoni L., Mazza R. (2002). Push Communication Services: A Short History, a Concrete Experience and Some Critical Reflections. Studies in Communication Sciences, 2/1, 149-164.
  • Cantoni L., Paolini P. (2001). Hypermedia Analysis: Some Insights from Semiotics and Ancient Rhetoric. Studies in Communication Sciences, 1, 33-53.
  • Cantoni L. (1996). La struttura della conoscenza scientifica. Scienza per sapere e scienza per fare. Professioni Infermieristiche, 4,15-19.