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Análise bibliométrica da pesquisa em educação durante a pandemia da COVID-19
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Pesquisa em educação
Bibliometria
Análise de redes de documentos

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MORESI, Eduardo Amadeu Dutra; PINHO, Isabel. Análise bibliométrica da pesquisa em educação durante a pandemia da COVID-19. ETD - Educação Temática Digital, Campinas, SP, v. 24, n. 1, p. 238–256, 2022. DOI: 10.20396/etd.v24i1.8666120. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/etd/article/view/8666120. Acesso em: 24 jul. 2024.

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O surgimento do novo coronavírus e a declaração da pandemia pela Organização Mundial da Saúde, obrigou muitos governos de diversos países a determinarem que as instituições interrompessem o ensino presencial, exigindo que estudantes e professores mudassem, quase da noite para o dia, para a educação virtual. Diante desse cenário totalmente novo e inesperado, transformações profundas ocorreram nos ambientes escolares. O objetivo deste artigo é identificar os temas de pesquisa em educação durante a pandemia, a partir de pesquisa bibliográfica na base Web of Science e de análise de redes de coocorrência de palavras-chave e de cocitação de referências citadas. A metodologia da pesquisa seguiu as seguintes etapas: desenho da pesquisa com a definição do objetivo e a expressão de busca; obtenção das redes de coocorrência de palavras-chave e de cocitação de referências citadas; cálculo das métricas de análise de redes – grau médio, classes de modularidade e centralidade de autovetor; identificação das palavras-chaves e das referências cocitadas com as maiores centralidades de autovetor. A pesquisa bibliográfica revelou que houve uma mobilização da comunidade científica para investigar e publicar seus resultados de pesquisas sobre o tema. As redes de coocorrência e de cocitação evidenciaram uma predominância no emprego de tecnologia da informação e comunicação para dar suporte às atividades pedagógicas, viabilizando a continuidade das atividades escolares em ambiente virtual.

 

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