E-learning Research in India: A Bibliometric Analysis of Research Production
Keywords:E-learning, Electronic learning, Bibliometrics, Scopus, VOSviewer
The paper gives a statistical evaluation of Indian authors’ research output in the e-learning field (3243 publications). The information was obtained from the Scopus database between 2010 and 2021. According to the study, worldwide e-learning research grew at a rate of 20.9 percent every year on average. A total of 7052 authors contributed to e-learning research. Anna University (92 papers) is India’s most producing organisation, while Amrita University is the most cited. Bijlani K. (22 papers) is the most prolific author, and Nedungadi P. is the most cited author. On a worldwide basis, these Indian authors have a significant scientific relationship with the United States. The most popular source for publishing on this topic was ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
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