JOTSE'S internationalisation: Goal achieved

As usual in JOTSE, the first editorial of the year presents an analysis of our Journal evolution. In this sense, we reflect on the changes undergone and the challenges we will face in the new year 2018. When analyzing JOTSE's evolution (See Figure 1) we can observe that the objective of steady growth has been accomplished throughout these 7 last years. | Journal of Technology and Science Education JOTSE, 2018 – 8(1): 1-4 – Online ISSN: 2013-6374 – Print ISSN: 2014-5349 JOTSE'S INTERNASIONALISATION: GOAL ACHIEVED Beatriz Amante García1 1 , María Martínez Martínez2 Projectes d’Enginyeria, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain) 2 Enginyeria Química, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain) , As usual in JOTSE, the first editorial of the year presents an analysis of our Journal evolution. In this sense, we reflect on the changes undergone and the challenges we will face in the new year 2018. When analyzing JOTSE's evolution (See Figure 1) we can observe that the objective of steady growth has been accomplished throughout these 7 last years. Figure 1. JOTSE's evolution If we observe JOTSE's monthly evolution we can state that November and December are the months with more papers submissions as the average increases to 5,86 (as shown in Table 1) In particular, in year 2017 there was an outstanding increase in the month of December when compared to the situation in previous years. In addition, there has been a steady rise in the total number of article submissions and such increase could be due to the fact that JOTSE has been indexed in SCOPUS since November 2015. As to the articles published (included in Table 2), we can observe the evolution of the volumes/issues and articles published in the years (2011-2017). In 2017, 3 volume/issues were published: 2 regular and 1 special, the same amount as in the previous year 2016. It is important to highlight here that although the number of submissions has increased noticeably this is not the case in the amount of published papers as it remains constant throughout the years. When analysing the percentage of rejected articles we can see that in year 2016 it was 36 % and in 2017 the figure rose up to 69 %. It is important to mention here the role of JOTSE's reviewers who do their job

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