An Analysis of Two Decades of Educational Technology Publications: Who, What and Where - Lecture Notes in Educational Technology (Paperback)Gloria Natividad (author), J. Michael Spector (author), Nicholas Evangelopoulos (author)
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It captures the trends in a number of research streams within the discipline of educational technology and identifies the point in time when a massive change took place. This is a significant achievement given that, in epistemology and philosophy of science, there have always been discussions of paradigm shifts, but researchers have always identified them qualitatively. This is the first work to identify a paradigm shift using rigorous quantitative methods.
The analysis procedure involved big data and sophisticated analysis, which supported the identification of clusters at several breakpoints from which the richest set was selected in order to provide the most detailed analysis. This comprehensive analysis also shows what has been published and by whom in those ten top-tier journals. This work makes a highly significant contribution to the field of learning technologies and provides the groundwork and a significant data source for other scholars, both new and experienced, to build on and expand in their work.
Publisher: Springer Verlag, Singapore
Number of pages: 202
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 201
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