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Trend of Research Visualization of Learning, Classroom, and Class Participation in Higher Education Institutions: A Bibliometric Analysis from 2001 to 2020
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The main objective of this research is to inspect the classroom environment, student learning, interactive learning, class participation, higher education institutions using bibliometric analysis from 2001 to 2020. For the scientometric analysis, we extracted data from the Science Citation Index database, Web of Science (Core Collection) using a searched query. The data was extracted on February 27, 2021 (GMT-4:29 AM). Further, the period was 2001 to 2020. There were 6340 published documents were found. The study findings illustrate that the topic of higher education institutions was on top of the topic list and a major proportion of published documents was an article. The English language was used and the frequency of published documents was gradually increased as per year. The author 'Lepori B’ was on the top with 13 publications and 205 citations. Further, organization Univ. Colorado and United States country was on top of the top. Furthermore, higher education was the top keyword and computer & education were the top sources of published documents. Likewise, the top funding agency was 'National Science Foundation NSF'. In the end, a conclusion was drawn.
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