Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies and Advanced Training at the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Catholic University of Portugal (FCH-UCP). She has a PhD in Communication Sciences that tackled the gendering of the mobile phone with the thesis "Women and Technology: Gendering the Mobile Phone. Portugal as a Case Study". Carla Ganito has an MBA focusing on Information Management and Marketing and a Management Master's Degree with the thesis "The Impact of Mobility on the Content Industry: Mobile Entertainment in Portugal", later published as a book. Carla Ganito started her academic career in 2001 at the Faculty of Human Sciences (FCH) where she lectures in the fields of digital communication and marketing. Besides being a lead researcher at CECC, she is also an invited researcher at CIMJ - Research Center for Media and Journalism and an MC member of the COST Action IS1404 - Evolution of reading in the age of digitization (E-READ).
Book Chapter

"The Digital Textbook: New Learning Paradigms in Primary Education—A Portuguese Pilot Project"

Carla Ganito 2016. Handbook on Digital Learning for K-12 Schools.
Paper

Constructing and deconstructing gender in second life

Carla Ganito & Cátia Ferreira (with Ferreira, C.). 2016. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development
Book Chapter

Ganito, C. (2015). ‘A leitura digital em contexto de biblioteca: um enquadramento analítico e prospectivo

Carla Ganito 2015. O Livro, o Leitor e a Leitura Digital.
Book

Networks of belonging: Interaction, participation and consumption of mediatised content

Carla Ganito, Cátia Ferreira & Patrícia Dias (with Cordeiro, P.). 2013. Audience Transformations: Shifting Audience Positions in Late Modernity
Paper

Digital reading: The transformation of reading practices

Carla Ganito & Cátia Ferreira (with Cardoso, G.). 2012. ELPUB 2012 - Social Shaping of Digital Publishing: Exploring the Interplay Between Culture and Technology, 16th International Conference on Electronic Publishing
Book Chapter

Mobile Family Frames: From the Table Album to the Mobile Phone. A Portuguese Case Study

Carla Ganito 2012. New Media and Intercultural Communication: Identity, Community, and Politics
Paper

Moving time and juggling spheres: (I)Mobilities in the gendering of the mobile phone by adult Portuguese women

Carla Ganito (with Ganito, C.). 2012. Feminist Media Studies
Book Chapter

Women and Technology: "Five Acts of Digital Agency"

Carla Ganito (with Carla Ganito). 2010. Nexus: New Intersections in Internet Research
Book

O Telemóvel como Entretenimento

Carla Ganito (with Carla Ganito). 2007. Paulus