The digital competence of the future teacher: bibliometric analysis of scientific productivity indexed in Scopus
Keywords:Digital competence, teacher training, bibliometry, meta-analysis, Scopus, scientific production
Digital competence is one of the seven key skills that any citizen must develop by the end of basic education. For their part, future teachers are the essential agents who will be responsible for developing that competence in future generations, so have a high level of digital competence has become a necessary aspect in the 21st society. In this line, the present research aims to analyze the scientific production with the greatest impact on the digital competence of the future teacher in the Scopus database. For this purpose, ten research variables have been considered: year of publication, source titles, authors, institutions, countries, document types, publication format, areas of knowledge and most cited articles. On the one hand, the results projected a research line that is booming. On the other hand, although the topic has been studied internationally, Spain is the country that has produced most research in this line, as well as its different institutions of Higher Education.