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Date of this Version

4-2019

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Abstract

Bibliometric analysis was carried out in the research output of information literacy using Web of Science (WOS) from 2008-2017. The objectives of the study is to identify the authorship pattern, measure and calculate the relative growth rate and doubling time of the research output and testing of the validity of Lotka's law using Kolmogorov-Smirnov test (K-S) goodness of fit test. The result shows that the applicability of Lotka's law was fit to the research output of information literacy.

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