Luca Tateo

Ph.D

Personal Homepage
http://lucatateo.blog.tiscali.it/
Employer
University of Salerno (http://www.unisa.it)
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Luca Tateo is research fellow of the Department of Economy, Institutions and Society at the University of Sassari. Has been research fellow of the Department of Education Sciences at the University of Salerno, coordinating research activity within project LEAD Technology­ enhanced learning and problem­ solving discussions: Networked learning environments in the classroom, funded by the VI FP. He received his Phd in Psychology of Communication: Cognitive, Linguistics and Emotional Processes at the University of Bari (Italy), and is graduated in Communication Sciences at the University of Salerno. He has been Marie Curie Fellow of the European PhD on Social Representations & Communication at the Instituto Superior de Ciencias do Trabaho e da Empresa in Lisbon (Portugal) and Robert Schuman Fellow at the DGXIII, Information and Public Relations, European Parliament (Luxembourg).
His main research fields are:
- Social Psychology of computer mediated communication
- Social Representations
- Social networks analysis
- Cultural Psychology
- Teachers professional identity
- E­learning and computer supported collaborative learning.

Publication Statistics

Publication period start
2005
Publication period end
2010
Number of co-authors
8

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Publications

Tateo, Luca, Adinolfi, P. (2010): Integrating educational and ICT innovations: a case study of master course. In International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence, 1 (4) pp. 16-29.

Iannaccone, Antonio, Tateo, Luca, Mollo, Monica, Marsico, Pina (2008): L\'identité professionnelle des enseignants face au changement : analyses empiriques dans . In Travail et formation en éducation, 2 (0) pp. . http://tfe.revues.org/index754.html

Tateo, Luca (2005): The Italian Extreme Right on­line network. An exploratory study using Social network analy. In Journal of Computer­Mediated Communication, 10 (5) pp. .

(2009): Talking over the computer, Ligorio, Beatrice M., Andriessen, Jerry, Baker, Michael, Knoller, Noam, Tateo, Luca (eds.), Scriptaweb,