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Learning Management System in Developing Countries: A Bibliometric Analysis Between 2005 and 2020

Phuong-Tam Pham , Do Thi Hong Lien , Hoang Cong Kien , Ngo Hai Chi , Phan Thi Tinh , Tung Do , Linh Chi Nguyen , Tien-Trung Nguyen

The learning management system (LMS) is a crucial component of the e-learning transformation which is becoming more urgent amid the Coronavirus diseas.

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The learning management system (LMS) is a crucial component of the e-learning transformation which is becoming more urgent amid the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. The issue of adopting LMS is even more decisive in developing countries, where lots of efforts have been put out to broaden educational opportunities. However, there has not yet been any comprehensive analysis of how LMS-related issues are examined in these countries. To address this gap, this study uses the bibliometric method to construct an overview of research on this topic. The results unveil the distribution of the literature, prominent actors, and dominant themes in the literature of LMS in developing countries. In summary, the topic is a robustly potential research matter. Future researchers can use this study as a starter when investigating relevant subjects.

Keywords: Bibliometrics, developing countries, learning management system, Scopus.

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