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Scientific production on mobile information literacy in higher education: a bibliometric analysis (2006-2017)

María Pinto, Rosaura Fernández Pascual, David Caballero Mariscal, Dora Sales, David Guerrero, Alejandro Uribe
2021 Zenodo  
The bibliometric results of this research provide a snapshot of the literature on Mobile Information Literacy that highlights the most relevant journals, authors, and trending keywords.  ...  ABSTRACT: This paper offers a bibliometric analysis of the scientific production on Mobile Information Literacy (m-IL) in Higher Education published between 2006 and 2017, taking into account papers covered  ...  Model for the development of programs in the mobile environment" (CSO2016-80147-R), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5762605 fatcat:kwo2ltuymrbqddvmeu5c2udoya

An integrative review of Web 3.0 in academic libraries

B. Preedip Balaji, Vinay M.S., Shalini B.G., Mohan Raju J.S.
2018 Library Hi Tech News  
To this end, a sample of (n= 140) studies were analyzed to characterize the Web 3.0 trends and its applications based on theme, years and document types.  ...  Purpose -The aim of this paper is to present an integrated literature review exploring the nature of responsive, semantic and interactive Web 3.0 technologies applicable for academic libraries.  ...  To this end, a sample of (n= 140) studies were analyzed to characterize the Web trends, applications and based on themes, years and document types.  Among the 140 studies, 50 articles were published on  ... 
doi:10.1108/lhtn-12-2017-0092 fatcat:mwyntca6xffqpghsu76upp6iti

Information literacy trends in higher education (2006–2019): visualizing the emerging field of mobile information literacy

María Pinto, Rosaura Fernández-Pascual, David Caballero-Mariscal, Dora Sales
2020 Scientometrics  
Fifteen major themes were set, which were grouped into six clusters to identify the main thematic trends during the period under review: IL & e-learning, Mobile devices & competencies, Ethics, Library  ...  In conclusion, there is evidence of a growing interdisciplinarity in the scientific publications on Mobile Information Literacy, which interrelates the studies of information and digital literacy with  ...  Model for the development of programs in the mobile environment" (CSO2016-80147-R), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03523-4 fatcat:2ko2mhxcuneevb4mftfdk2v67q

Library Assessment Research: A Content Comparison from Three American Library Journals

Ethan Allen, Roberta Weber, William Howerton
2018 Publications  
Following two previous studies that reported longitudinally on front-line library services, this paper investigates current five-year trending of three prestigious academic library journals in the publication  ...  After individually examining 649 research articles, published between 2012 and 2016, 126 met the study's selection criteria and were categorized according to the type of service they studied.  ...  In 2010, the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) published Value of Academic Libraries: A Comprehensive Research Review and Report (VAL), which covered existing research, research gaps  ... 
doi:10.3390/publications6010012 fatcat:fjagq6bcffhqlnnlqdlcbpouma

A Review of Cross Border Higher Education in Africa: Focus on Graduate Level Training in Engineering and Technology

Banadda N, Oteyo I N, Nampala P, Dintwa E, Adipala E
2016 International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Policy  
The paper presents a review of cross border higher education with a focus on graduate level training in engineering and technology.  ...  This is based on the fact that education is one of the pillar for economic development and improved living standards.  ...  This paper reviews scientific publications on cross border higher education in Africa from leading digital libraries.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.26/2016.5.4/ fatcat:2gmkydtfczecxkmrjwcuq76g4i

Responsive vs. Native Mobile Search: A Comparative Study of Transaction Logs

Jim Hahn
2019 Code4Lib Journal  
The significance of this research is that it provides comparative data on mobile search features to the library UX community.  ...  This study compared search transaction logs from a native mobile app that serves the consortium with search transactions in the responsive mobile browser.  ...  Trends of library-associated mobile learning based on a review of academic studies published from 20072016.  ... 
doaj:b8126cc458654a2fb3215320dac621b1 fatcat:ueutrztmgfcidkoxpb655z5qiy

Progressive Trends in Electronic Resources Management Among Academic Libraries in Hong Kong

Patrick Lo, Allan Cho, Belle Kun-Kei Law, Dickson K. W. Chiu, Bradley Allard
2017 Library collections, acquisitions & technical services  
Conclusion This paper is based on an analysis of the results from a series of face-to-face and email interviews, conducted with a selective group of academic librarians practicing in Hong Kong.  ...  Despite of its technical limitations, findings of this study are valuable to understanding the progressive trends of ERM amongst the academic community in Hong Kong and academic libraries in a broader  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649055.2017.1291243 fatcat:qcdtcrgu5zbobotbt5yc7nqnhe

Cummings, Merrill, and Borrelli's Inquiry into Small Screen Use by Academic Library Users: Timing is Everything

Catharine Bomhold
2018 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
A Review of: Cummings, J., Merrill, A., & Borrelli, S. (2010). The use of handheld mobile devices: Their impact and implications for library services.  ...  use of small-screen devices among academic library users.  ...  Inquiry into potential and current use by academic library patrons was also used to rationalize the implementation of mobile-based library services.  ... 
doi:10.18438/eblip29338 fatcat:6elmbolk2bbdbc6ril56sfuobq

Mobile learning and student cognition: A systematic review of PK-12 research using Bloom's Taxonomy

Helen Crompton, Diane Burke, Yi-Ching Lin
2018 British Journal of Educational Technology  
This systematic review involved an aggregated and configurative synthesis of PK-12 mobile learning studies from 2010 to 16 and used Bloom's Taxonomy as a theoretical framework for categorizing the cognitive  ...  The purpose of this study was to examine trends to determine the cognitive level students are involved in within mobile learning activities.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the work of John-Paul Asija and Elizabeth Martin in developing visual data graphics to accurately represent the data in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1111/bjet.12674 fatcat:wy6phd7nbbbebbop45mogxaita

Education Technology Research Trends in Indonesia during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Awal Kurnia Putra Nasution, Department of Tarbiyah, Institut Agama Islam Negeri Takengon, Jl. Aman Dimot No.10, Takengon, Lut Tawar, Aceh Tengah, Aceh 24519, Indonesia
2022 Asia Pacific Journal of Educators and Education  
This study aims to determine trends in research on educational technology carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.  ...  used learning media are google classroom and WhatsApp; and (4) The trend of combining more than one learning media in online learning.  ...  Publish or Perish 7 is a software that can be used to retrieve and analyse academic citations from various data sources (Harzing, 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.21315/apjee2021.36.2.4 fatcat:w6cdrhtc3vbeljak4o2dtrkrey

The Visualization Analysis of Academic Papers Based on Knowledge Atlas—A Case Study of Zhejiang Open University

Yue Ying
2017 OALib  
This paper combines the method of content analysis with the one of information visualization, and uses the analysis method based on concurrence matrix knowledge atlas and social network through analyzing  ...  The citation analysis methods, based on knowledge atlas and social network, which have been already applied in the academic research fields are getting more and more widespread.  ...  As we can see, the total number of papers published annually from 2008 to 2016 shows a decreasing trend.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1103499 fatcat:zrvdzjdwgzbgbg3oxtdtpdpwd4

Designing a Mobile Based Library Information and Service Delivery System: A Model Plan for Libraries of Bangladesh

Md. Hasinul Elahi
2016 Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice  
The study attempted to gain a broader understanding of handheld mobile computing's impact on, and implications for, the services provided by academic libraries.  ...  Thus, this study takes an initiative to design a mobile based library information and service delivery system design for the libraries of Bangladesh, especially for academic libraries.  ... 
doi:10.1633/jistap.2016.4.3.4 fatcat:ij4mlwvlprhf3o4zmy6hyjekby

Optimizing Library Services — International Students and Academic Libraries: Identifying Themes in the Literature from 2001 to the Present

Lindsay Wertman, Caroline J. Campbell, Barbara Blummer, Jeffrey M. Kenton
2018 Against the Grain  
Theoretical models of culture shock and adaptation in international students in higher education. Studies in Higher Education, 33(1), 63-75.  ...  Literature Review Method The methodology centered on a literature review of international students and academic libraries from 2001 to the present.  ...  The authors assigned one theme to each paper based on the primary focus of the material.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.8059 fatcat:tqvcxekbbba6loyuwewh63v7dm


Fifteen years later, Jabeen, Mun., Yun, L., Rafiq, M. and Jabeen, Mis. (2015) conducted a quantitative study to learn about the growth and trends of LIS publications on a global scale.  ...  A knowledge schema for organisational learning in academic libraries.  ...  The results of this study can serve as a roadmap for LIS researchers to help them continue their work under conditions of rapid transformation of the library science.  ... 
doi:10.15802/unilib/2020_220642 fatcat:fja22yrxxvekdps2i4xpjxzrau

The next generation of knowledge management: Implications for LIS educators and professionals

Jay Liebowitz, Joanna Paliszkiewicz
2019 Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management  
The Library and Information Science (LIS) community has had a great role to play in KM, and as we reflect on the progress of KM over the years, we can learn from our past and project towards the future  ...  We have seen the field emerge from developing the institutional memory of the organization to increasing innovation to building more internal and external effectiveness.  ...  By 2016, Business/Management exceeded Information/Library and Information Science in terms of housing KM programs, with the next largest shares coming from Professional Studies and Communication Studies  ... 
doi:10.36965/ojakm.2019.7(2)16-28 fatcat:u4w7facsabfhxofxcbkvohbybu
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