An analysis of 27 years of research into computer education published in Australian Educational Computing

posted 11 Nov 2015, 22:13 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 11 Nov 2015, 22:18 ]
Monday, 20 July 2015

An analysis of 27 years of research into computer education published in Australian Educational Computing



Zagami, J. (2015, July).An analysis of 27 years of research into computer education published in Australian Educational Computing. Australian Educational Computing, 30(1). Retrieved from http://journal.acce.edu.au/index.php/AEC/article/view/63


Analysis of three decades of publications in Australian Educational Computing (AEC) provides insight into the historical trends in Australian educational computing, highlighting an emphasis on pedagogy, comparatively few articles on educational technologies, and strong research topic alignment with similar international journals. Analysis confirms the cyclical nature of educational research, and the topics of study that have waxed and waned in research popularity, with author contributions and citation rates providing an acknowledgement of the key contributors to computer education research over the past 27 years.






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