Mapping the Landscape of Collaborative Learning in Higher Education: A Bibliometric Journey from 2000 to 2023

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Nurhidayah Bahar
Zulkefli Mansor
Dian Indrayani Jambari
Sabrina Tiun
Farzana Parveen Tajudeen

Abstract

Collaborative learning is an umbrella term encapsulating various educational approaches involving joint intellectual efforts by students, or students and teachers collaboratively. Typically occurring in groups of two or more, participants engage in mutual exploration for understanding, solutions, or meanings, ultimately creating a product. This bibliometric review explores collaborative learning studies from the Scopus database, employing statistical methods to analyze 1,974 documents spanning 2000 to 2023. The study assesses annual scientific production, average citations per year, top 10 source titles, sources’ production over time, most relevant authors, authors’ production over time, most globally cited documents, and a word summary of relevant terms. The findings reveal a rising trend in collaborative learning research and identify influential sources and authors. While the study suggests the need for broader keyword inclusion and database expansion for a comprehensive overview, it lays the foundation for understanding collaborative learning research dynamics. The paper stimulates future inquiries in the evolving landscape of collaborative learning. The research's significance lies in providing a guiding framework for stakeholders in the expansive field of collaborative learning.

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9th ASIA Internatational Confernece 2023

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