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Journal Description

Bibliometrics


Italian ANVUR Ranking
A-Class for Sector 10, 11-D1 and 11-D2


Publish-or-Perish (reference date: December 31th, 2022)
- Scopus H-Index: 21
- Google Scholar H-Index: 37

Scopus (from 2009; reference year: 2021; reference date: December 31th, 2022)
- Citescore (2021): 1.6
- CiteScore Rankings (2021) 
  - Education: Q2, 50rd percentile (#702 out of 1406);
 - Computer Science Application: Q3, 30st percentile (#517 out of 747);


Clarivate Web of Science (from 2015; reference date: December 31th, 2022)
- Journal Citation Indicator: 0.49
- Category Rank: Q3, #465 out of 733 (Education and Educational Research)


 

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Vol 18 No 3 (2022): Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society - Special Issue on "Digital Citizenship"

Vol. 18, No 3 (2022)

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Special Issue on "Digital Citizenship"

Published: Dec 31, 2022

Second Cover

Read Statistic: 15

Digital Citizenship

I-IV Cosimo Accoto, Luca De Biase, Stefano Moriggi
Read Statistic: 49

A new digital divide threatening resilience: exploring the need for educational, firm-based, and societal investments in ICT human capital

66-73 Antonella Carbonaro, Jennifer Moss Breen , Filippo Piccinini
Read Statistic: 55

Social exclusion and the digital divide

74-82 Mercedes López-Aguado, Lourdes Gutiérrez-Provecho, José Quintanal Díaz, José Luis García Llamas
Read Statistic: 64

Digital marginalization, data marginalization, and algorithmic exclusions: a critical southern decolonial approach to datafication, algorithms, and digital citizenship from the Souths

83-95 Chaka Chaka
Read Statistic: 99

Using Rasch model analysis for assessing psychometric properties of digital citizenship in Indonesian students

96-110 Wibowo Heru Prasetiyo, Beti Indah Sari, Patmisari, Halimah Sa'diyah, Noor Banu Mahadir Naidu, Eko Prasetyo
Read Statistic: 104

A model for a conscious digital citizenship

111-116 Massimiliano Lo Iacono
Read Statistic: 99

Understanding languages and building literacies for citizens education

117-127 Margherita Di Stasio, Loredana Camizzi, Laura Messini
Read Statistic: 42

Critical digital literacy as a key for (post)digital citizenship: an international review of teacher competence frameworks

128-139 Daniel Villar-Onrubia, Luca Morini, Victoria I. Marín, Fabio Nascimbeni
Read Statistic: 309

Digital citizenship and invention: the ecosystem inhabiting of education for social transformation

140-150 Eliane Schlemmer, Liziane Cézar de Oliveira, Antonio Wilson dos Santos
Read Statistic: 130
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