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Analytical assessment process of e-learning domain research between 1980 and 2014
journal contributionposted on 2023-02-22, 04:32 authored by Seyed Mohammad Jafar Jalali, E Mahdizadeh, M R Mahmoudi, S Moro
Applying some methods to reduce the time and expenditures of training is inevitable in existing circumstances. Many educational organisations have realised the importance of Electronic Learning (E-learning) and tried to use this approach in leveraging their academic classes. As research in e-learning domain has become one of the most important and interesting subjects, observation in emerging and fading trends of e-learning is a need for the scholars and industry professionals who are interested to study and work in the field. This paper has triggered the investigation and depicting of scientific trends in e-learning by using two scientometric methods named burst detection and clustering analysis. By applying two mentioned methods, the hot topics were identified in the field of e-learning.