The Impact of Social Media in Learning and Teaching: A Bibliometric-based Citation Analysis

  title={The Impact of Social Media in Learning and Teaching: A Bibliometric-based Citation Analysis},
  author={Abdul Rahman Shaikh and Saqib Ali and Ramla Al-Maamari},
* Abstract – This paper presents the results of a systematic review of the literature on the impact of social media in learning and teaching through bibliometric-based Citation analysis. The objective of the review was to map the evolution of the current literature and identify the leading sources of knowledge in terms of the most influential journals, authors, and articles. From a total of 50 top most relevant articles, selected from the Scopus database, a detailed citation analysis was… 

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