Comunicar (special issue)
We would like to announce that the latest issue of Comunicar, 70, has been recently published with the title 'New challenges for teachers in the context of digital learning'. As on previous occasions, the journal has a Special Issue section. All articles are available full text and free of charge on our official website (www.comunicarjournal.com).
Teachers' perspectives for a critical agenda in media education post COVID-19. A comparative study in Latin America: Julio-César Mateus | Pablo Andrada | Catalina González-Cabrera | Cecilia Ugalde | Sebastián Novomisky
ICT and Media competencies of teachers. Convergence towards an integrated MIL-ICT model: Alfonso Gutiérrez-Martín | Ruth Pinedo-González | Cristina Gil-Puente
Student satisfaction with online teaching in times of COVID-19: María-Consuelo Sáiz-Manzanares | Joana Casanova | José-Alberto Lencastre | Leandro Almeida | Luis-Jorge Martín-Antón
Critical media literacy to improve students' competencies: Walter-Antonio Mesquita-Romero | Carmen Fernández-Morante | Beatriz Cebreiro-López
Families' perception of children's academic performance during the COVID-19 lockdown: Noemí Serrano-Díaz | Estíbaliz Aragón-Mendizábal | Rosario Mérida-Serrano
Latin American professors' research culture in the digital age: Romel González-Díaz | Ángel Acevedo-Duque | Víctor Martin-Fiorino | Elena Cachicatari-Vargas
Communication bibliometric research in Latin American scientific journals (2009-2018): Jesús Arroyave-Cabrera | Rafael Gonzalez-Pardo
Disinformation and multiliteracy: A systematic review of the literature: Jesús Valverde-Berrocoso | Alberto González-Fernández | Jesús Acevedo-Borrega
Engagement and desertion in MOOCs: Systematic review: Odiel Estrada-Molina | Dieter-Reynaldo Fuentes-Cancell
Exploring cyber violence against women and girls in the Philippines through Mining Online News: January Febro-Naga | Mia-Amor Tinam-isan
In active indexations in 2021/22, Comunicar is top worldwide: 2nd in the world in SCOPUS and 7th in the world in JCR (top 1% and 3% in the world; percentile 99% and 97%).
- In JCR-JIF it is Q1 in Education, in Communication and in Cultural Studies (1st in Spanish).
- It is 1st in FECYT Metrics; 1st in DIALNET METRICS.
- In GOOGLE SCHOLAR METRICS is the 2nd journal indexed in Spanish in all areas; 2nd in REDIB (out of 1,199 journals).