Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Trends of Research Visualization of Digital Collections and Resources in Academic Libraries from 2001 to 2020: A Bibliometric Analysis
Date of this Version
This paper was intended to evaluate electronic collections, digital collections, digital resources, e-books, e-resources using bibliometric exploration from 2001 to 2020. The main purpose is to associate the available scholarship on the electronic and digital collections in the Web of Science indexed documents. There was a lack of computable quantities on the electronic collections. We used the bibliometric analysis and 2002 published documents were found. The results indicated that the top topic of published documents as electronic books or e-books and library, article as a type, English as the top language, top publications in 2016, and Huang YM was the top author. Data analysis also asserted that the top organization was Bar Ilan Univ., Israel, United States as the top country, electronic books were top keyword, and electronic library with 616 citations was as a top source of publication. Further, the results and trends of data were present in the form of tables and figures.
Educational Sociology Commons, Higher Education Commons, Library and Information Science Commons