Instructional Design Studies Between 1975 and 2019: A Bibliometric Analysis
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This study aimed to examine the bibliometric results (co-authorship, citation, co-occurrence, bibliographic coupling, and co-citation) of publications in the field of instructional design. The study includes the publications in the database of the Web of Science in the period between 1975 and 2019. It was found through co-authorship analysis that 9,344 authors who had written in the field of instructional design functioned as co-authors and had links. There were studies on an instructional design from 103 different countries. It was also found that keywords such as e-learning and online learning were frequently used and that the studies published in recent years prioritized the keywords of the massive open online courses, mobile learning, flipped classroom, gamification, and augmented reality. While the most published authors were F. Paas and J. van Merrienboer in the field, the author who was the most cited was J. Sweller.