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Communication, Education and ICT
Submission DeadlineMar. 25, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Yennys Hernandez Ulloa
Foreign Language Department,Pedagogical Sciences Faculty,University José Martí Pérez, Sancti Spíritus City, Cuba
Guest Editors
  • Enmanuel González Pérez
    Foreign Language Department,Pedagogical Sciences Faculty,University José Martí Pérez, Sancti Spíritus City, Cuba
  • Victor Manuel Romero Valdés
    Human Resources Management Department, Cuban Enterprise of Communication, Inc. (ETECSA), Sancti Spíritus City, Cuba
  • Hilda Rosa Castillo Izquierdo
    Foreign Language Department, Pedagogical Sciences Faculty,University José Martí Pérez, Sancti Spíritus City, Cuba
  • Regla Nurelys Espinosa Martínez
    Foreign Language Department, Pedagogical Sciences Faculty,University José Martí Pérez, Sancti Spíritus City, Cuba
  • Carolina Douglas de la Peña
    Social Communication Department, Communication Faculty, University of Havana, Havana City, Cuba
  • Beatriz Fonseca Muñoz
    Social Communication Department, Communication Faculty, University of Havana, Havana City, Cuba
  • Rashid Ali Khuhro
    University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan
  • Nafan Tarihoran
    Department of English Education, Sultan Maulana Hsanuddin Islamic State University, Banten Indonesia, Banten, Indonesia
  • Serpil Kır Elitaş
    Hatay Mustafa Kemal University Faculty of Communication, Department of Public Relations and Publicity, Hatay, Antakya, Turkey
  • Noor Un Nisa
    British Apllied College, Umm Al Quwain, United Arab Emirates
Introduction
Since the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1959, social media have reached as well as played a privileged role in the development of the country due to the promotion actions carried out in order to fulfill the project of the construction and consolidation of the socialist ideology prevailing within the country. Besides, as part of ICTs these resources provide a wide range of action related to social and cultural improvement and to the development of different educational processes by using these ICT resources as aids to favor the acquisition of knowledge and the development of a varied set of competencies in their users: either the students as receptive agents or the teachers as providers or mediators within the process.
The communicability and promotion as depending factors of using media in different contexts have favored the inclusion of this type of communication in the processes carried out taking into account how necessary messages are for the adequate fulfillment of the goals established in the different areas.
Even when Cuban people are not used to listening to the radio as they were in the past few decades, there are several researches carried out regarding this topic, not only in the preparation of the future media professionals but also the impact that this and the other media have had in the teaching and learning process of different majors by including of the ICT resources as an evolved application of the different media available around the world through internet, that is a resource though which people can access to the different media customized to suit the characteristics of nowadays society. This customization allows developing new strategies and accessing to more suitable methodologies adequate to the context where the processes develop.
That is why; the special issue proposed should be related to the inclusion of radio and television not only as media, but also as a form of ICT within the teaching and learning process of communication professionals and other majors as well.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Communication
  2. Technologies
  3. Education
  4. Marketing
  5. Promotion
  6. Advertising
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