The international scientific electronic journal "Information Technologies and Learning Tools" of the Institute for Digitalisation of Education of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine outperformed all other scientific journals with published articles addressing teacher’s digital competence.
This conclusion was made by Turkish scientists Aydin M. K. and Yildirim T. (Hitit University, Turkey), after conducting a bibliometric analysis of scientific publications on the teacher’s digital competence included in the Web of Science for the period 2001-2021 (Aydin M. K., Yildirim T. (2022). Teachers’ Digital Competence: Bibliometric Analisis of the Publications of the Web of Science Scientometric Database. Information Technologies and Learning Tools, 91(5), 205–220. https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v91i5.5048).
In the second place is Pixel Bit Revista de Medios y Educacion (University of Seville, Spain). These two journals accounted for about 10% of total 406 publications focusing on the teacher’s digital competence and included in the bibliometric analysis, which were published in leading scientific editions of Web of Science Core Collection for the past two decades.
The interest in the implementation of international framework standards for the teacher’s digital competence, in particular "The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators” (DigCompEdu), is still holding and not decrease. The researchers used advanced citation analysis tools based on social network analysis.
According to the study, Spain, Norway and Ukraine are the top performing countries in teacher’s digital competence research.