La autoeficacia en ambientes de aprendizaje basados en computador: Un análisis bibliométrico1 Self-efficacy in environments Computer-based learning: a bibliometric



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Limitaciones y proyecciones

Queda abierta la posibilidad de confirmar los hallazgos del presente estudio al extender los análisis a un marco más amplio que abarque trabajos publicados en otras bases de datos de alcance internacional como, Web of Science, EBSCOhost Research Data o ERIC, entre otras. Además, es importante tener presente que este estudio se ha centrado exclusivamente en el acervo de las publicaciones de revistas en el área de las Ciencias Sociales y Humanas.



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1 Proyecto de investigación apoyado por el Grupo de Investigación COGNITEK de la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional.

2 Magíster en Tecnologías de la Información aplicadas a la Educación. Profesor Asociado Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Bogotá. Correo electrónico: nvalencia@pedagogica.edu.co.

3 Doctor en Educación. Profesor Titular Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Bogotá. Correo electrónico: olopez@pedagogica.edu.co.

4 Doctor en Educación. Profesor Titular Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Bogotá. Correo electrónico: lubsan@pedagogica.edu.co.

5Los estudios bibliométricos proveen información cuantitativa sobre los artículos publicados. Esta información permite realizar un análisis comparativo de la productividad científica. Estos análisis forman parte de la etapa inicial de la metodología de desarrollo de agendas de investigación y permiten: a) la identificación de investigadores e instituciones más productivas, b) conocer la producción científica en determinadas áreas del conocimiento, c) describir el perfil de las publicaciones realizadas (tipo de estudio, revista donde fue publicada, país, idioma, año de publicación, población de estudio, etc.) y d) conocer el estado del arte en investigación en los temas mencionados (Romaní, Huamaní, & González-alcaide, 2011).

6Consultado el 16/03/2016 en http://www.scimagojr.com/index.php

7SCImago Journal Ranking (indicador SJR) es una medida de la influencia científica de las revistas especializadas.




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