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Teaching-Learning Ergonomics in Virtual and Distance Education: Bibliometric Review

Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1211)

Abstract

It presents the quantification and characterization of scientific literature on teaching-learning practices of Ergonomics in distance and virtual mode. Search equations were designed to apply to 9 databases. Classified articles according to specialized literature criteria, the respective analysis was done. 39% were found in Science-Direct, mostly in English, 47% in journals in areas of social sciences and education. Half of the articles did not report impact factor SCIMAGO and 78% of the writings had a descriptive scope. 7.8% of the documents worked on the subject. Although there is a tendency to increase the number of publications on teaching-learning processes in this modality, there is little literature describing experiences in Ergonomics. Studies on the subject apply the use of teaching strategies that allow the discussion, reflection and solution of everyday situations, within the framework of the constructivist model. More studies with analytical scope are needed.

Keywords

Distance education Teaching Ergonomics Bibliometric 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Virtual and Distance Education. UVDCorporación Universitaria Minuto de DiosBogotáColombia

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