Adaptive learning concept selection: a bibliometric review of scholarly literature from 2011 to 2019




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The article describes the bibliometric analysis of scientific literature on adaptive learning in social sciences. With the selected documents, a cluster analysis was carried out according to the co-occurrence of keywords. As a result, the keywords were divided into five clusters, including ones associated with computer-aided instruction, engineering education, basic didactic principles, and individualized learning. The most interrelated keywords, primary keywords, and the chronological limits of the research were also determined from 2011 to 2019.


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How to Cite

Fadieieva, L.O., 2023. Adaptive learning concept selection: a bibliometric review of scholarly literature from 2011 to 2019. Educational Dimension [Online], 9, pp.136–148. Available from: [Accessed 23 May 2024].
Received 2023-07-15
Accepted 2023-10-14
Published 2023-10-14

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