Quarterly scientific journal, bilingual in Spanish and English in all its articles, and abstracts in Portuguese, Chinese and Russian. With 31 years of edition and 1960 research articles published. Presence in 809 international databases, journal evaluation platforms, selective directories, specialized portals, newspaper catalogues... Rigorous and transparent blind system of evaluation of manuscripts audited in RECYT; International Scientific Board and public network of scientific reviewers of 1208 researchers from 65 countries around the world.

Professional management of manuscripts through the OJS 3 Platform with ethical commitments of transparency and timeliness, anti-plagiarism systems (CrossCheck), alternative metrics (PlumX, Dimensions)... High level of visibility with multiple search systems, DOIs, ORCID, dynamic pdfs, epub and XML, with connection to document managers such as Mendeley, RefWorks, EndNote and scientific social networks such as academia.edu, ResearchGate.

Specialized in educommunication: communication and education, ICT, audiences, new languages...; monographs specialized in current issues. Double format: printed and online; digitally, accessible in full text, free of charge, for the entire scientific community and researchers around the world. Coeditions printed in Spanish and English for the whole world. Published by Oxbridge Publishing House which collaborates with many international centres and universities.

In active indexing in 2023, 'Comunicar' is a world top journal: 1st in the world in SCOPUS, 4th in the world in JCR-JCI and 9th in the world in JCR-JIF (top 1% worldwide; 99% percentile). In JCR-JIF it is Q1 in Education and in Communication (1st in Spanish). In SCOPUS it is Q1 in Education, in Communication and in Cultural Studies (1st in Spanish in these three areas). In SJR is Q1 in Education, Communication and Cultural Studies (1st Spanish in all three areas). It is 1st in FECYT Metrics; and 1st in DIALNET METRICS. In GOOGLE SCHOLAR METRICS it is 4th Spanish journal in all areas.

Current issue

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Empowered and hyper (dis)connected audiences: Actors, contexts, experiences and educommunicative  practices


Published issues

  • Comunicar 78: Empowered and hyper (dis)connected audiences: Actors, contexts, experiences and educommunicative  practices
  • Comunicar 77: New languages and cultures. Teaching languages for global and digital communication
  • Comunicar 76: Neurotechnology in the classroom: Current research and future potential
  • Comunicar 75: Youth, gender identity and power in digital platforms
  • Comunicar 74: Education for digital citizenship: Algorithms, automation and communication
  • Comunicar 73: Future Education: Prospective for sustainability and social justice
  • Comunicar 72: The disinformation society: The impact of fake news on the public sphere
  • Comunicar 71: Hate speech in communication: Research and proposals
  • Comunicar 70: New challenges for teachers in the context of digital learning
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