Analyzing trends in academic papers about ubiquitous virtual worlds in education using text mining

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Aliane Loureiro Krassmann Fabrício Herpich Magda Bercht Sílvio Cesar Cazella

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Contemporary teaching and learning processes increasingly require exploration and discovery activities, rather than the organized sequence of methods used in the twentieth century. This paper aims to describe a research that uses text mining techniques on a corpus composed of 10 current academic papers about educational ubiquitous’ Virtual Worlds, aiming to obtain indications about the main trends in terms of development and applications in the area. As a result, some directions have been extracted and analyzed, which revealed research opportunities in the educational field.

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Krassmann, A., Herpich, F., Bercht, M., & Cazella, S. (2017). Analyzing trends in academic papers about ubiquitous virtual worlds in education using text mining. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 5(4), 167-180. Retrieved from http://ijier.net/ijier/article/view/650
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