The MLS Educational Research (MLSER) journal is a bilingual biannual publication in Spanish and English, which aims to disseminate knowledge about educational practice, innovation in the field of education and research in general. MLS Educational Research (MLSER) accepts and publishes manuscripts also in Portuguese and the articles received are submitted to a peer review process based on anonymity and managed directly on the OJS platform. In addition, the reception of articles is open throughout the year.
In this sense, the first three articles of the editorial are closely linked to teacher training, a line of research present in every issue of this journal. The use of technologies is another theme analysed in two other articles in the issue. In addition, readers can read about a research project that focuses on identifying the cultural realities in which a group of hearing-impaired children are involved. Another of the articles included in the magazine sought to study the applicability and effectiveness of flamenco as a tool for socio-educational intervention. This issue of MLSER closes with an investigation carried out in Angola on the importance of the link between universities and business in the field of scientific research and sustainable development.
The journal’s editor-in-chief, Antonio Pantoja, praised the efforts of researchers during the pandemic. A period that made it difficult to access the contexts of much research. The journal, with a strong Ibero-American and international character, is edited by Multi-Lingual Scientific (MLS) Journals, an open access publisher based in Santander (Spain).
In addition to the support of the Universidad Europea del Atlántico, the journal is sponsored by FUNIBER, the Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana (UNINI México), the Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana (UNIB), the Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia (UNINCOL) and the Universidad Internacional de Cuanza (UNIC).