Computer’s Place in Teaching and Learning for University Students in the Web of Science Database

Semih Caliskan, Andrey V Korzhuev, Yulia B. Ikrennikova, Svetlana V. Efimushkina, Lyudmila Zh. Karavanova, Alfiya R. Masalimova

Abstract


Among the tools used in teaching and learning, computers are very im-portant. Determining what kind of computer-related studies are carried out in the learning and teaching processes for university students will contribute to future research. In this context, the aim of the study is to examine university students’ documents related to computers in teaching and learning, scanned in the Web of Science database, thematically and methodologically. The study was designed by adopting the case study method from the qualitative research models. A sample was not determined for the articles to be included in the study but it was aimed to reach the whole population. In this context, all documents in the Web of Science database have been accessed through the library system of the university. In the document search, the keywords ‘learning and teaching’ and ‘computer’ were searched in all areas, and the studies were found by searching the keyword ‘university student’ within the title. All the studies were analysed by year, document type, Web of Science category, country and language of publication. The findings obtained from the research are explained in detail by content analysis method. A total of 305 documents were reached in the research findings. The findings obtained as a result of the research carried out are given in detail in the findings and results section.

Keywords


computer, teaching, learning, university, Web of Science, student

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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