Editors in Chief
*Dr Margarita Kefalaki, President, Communication Institute of Greece & Adjunct Professor, Hellenic Open University, Greece
*Dr Fotini Diamantidaki, Vice-president of Research and Academic Affairs, Communication Institute of Greece & Associate Professor in Education, UCL Institute of Education, University of London, UK
*Dr Hazel Crichton, Lecturer in Modern Languages, The School of Education, The University of Glasgow, Glasgow
*Dr Shirley Lawes, Department of Culture Communication and Media, UCL Institute of Education, UK
*Dr Anne Palmer, PGDip Education & BA(Hons) (UWA) Murdoch Singapore Pte Ltd, Singapore
*Dr Michael Nevradakis, Communications Instructor, Deree-American College of Greece, Department of Communications, Greece
*Dr Michael Sutton, PhD, CMC, FBEI, MIT, Game-Based Learning Author, Educator, Innovator, & Facilitator ◙ Researcher ◙ Edupreneur, USA
*Dr Nikleia Eteokleous, Assistant Professor in Educational Technology, School of Education and Social Sciences & Head of the Distance Learning Committee Coordinator of M.Ed. in Curriculum Development and Instruction, Co-founder Robotics Academy, Cyprus
*Dr Sophie Karanicolas, Associate Professor, Adelaide Dental School, Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Australia
*Dr Paraskevi Kontoleon, Lecturer, University of South Australia, Australia
*Dr Elpida Sklika, Teaching Fellow, University of Strasbourg, France
*Dr Christopher (Chris) Harris, Chief Operating Officer, At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy, Singapore
*Dr Jurgen Rudolph, Head of Research & Academic Partner Liaison, Kaplan Higher Education, Singapore & Editor, JALT Journal, Singapore
*Dr Matt Glowatz, Assistant Professor, University College Dublin, Ireland
*Dr Robert J. Bonk, Professor of Professional Writing, School of Human Service Professions, Widener University, Chester, USA
* Dr Bashar Malkawi, Dean and Professor of Law, University of Sharjah, Sharjah-UAE
*Dr Florence Mwagwabi, Singapore Discipline Lead & Lecturer in Information Technology Information Technology, Singapore
*Dr Bashar Malkawi, Dean and Professor of Law, University of Sharjah, Sharjah-UAE
*Dr Jane Jones, Senior Lecturer, Subject Director MFL Teacher Education, Department of Education and Professional Studies, University of Kings College London, UK
*Dr Frances Weightman, Associate Professor, University of Leeds, UK
*Dr Jennifer Eddy, Associate Professor and program director, World Language Education, Queens College, City University, USA
*Dr Francine Hultgren, Professor and Chair, University of Maryland, Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, United States, USA
*Dr Lydia Lymperis, Doctoral Researcher in Education, UK
*Dr Bill Baker, Lecturer, University of Tasmania, College of Arts, Law and Education, School of Education, Australia
*Dr Eirini Daskalaki, Academic Director & Head of Research at ACC Akademia College, Cyprus
*Dr Emmanouil Takas, Instructor, Cardiff Metropolitan University, City Unity College, Greece
*Dr John F. Covaleskie, Professor Emeritus, ELPS, Women and Gender Studies, Center for Social Justice, University of Oklahoma, USA
*Dr Lia-Paschalia Spyridou, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Communication and Media, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
*Dr Carolin Rekar Munro, Professor, School of Business, Faculty of Management, Royal Roads University, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
*Dr Michael A. Altamirano, Professor, King Graduate School, Monroe College, Bronx, New York, USA
*Dr. Ling Luo, Associate Professor, Modern Languages Department, BMCC, CUNY
* Dr Hasan Saliu, Dean of Faculty of Mass Communication, AAB College, Pristina (Kosovo)
*Dr Nathan Herbst, Ph.D., Team Coordinator, Great Commission Alliance, USA
*Dr Karl-Heinz Pogner, Associate professor, Department of Management, Society, and Communication, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
*Dr Georgios I. Farantos, University of Peloponnese, Korinthos, Greece
*Ms Iliana Depounti, ESRC Post-Graduate Researcher, Communication and Media, Loughborough University, UK
*Ms Afroditi-Maria Koulaxi, ESRC Ph.D. Researcher, Department of Media and Communications, Research Assistant, Hellenic Observatory, LSE LIFE Associate , London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
*Ms Jessica Kong, Ph.D. Researcher, Media and Communications Department, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
*Ms Qing Li, Ph.D. student, Department of Culture, Communication and Media (CCM) / UCL Institute of Education, University of London, UK & Tutor of Translation Studies, Department of Modern Languages, University of Birmingham, UK
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