Finding your research voice: the application of bibliometrics as an analytic literature tool on the pedagogic field of higher education

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Alderman, Lyn. 2010. "Finding your research voice: the application of bibliometrics as an analytic literature tool on the pedagogic field of higher education." Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Conference (SRHE 2010). Newport, Wales 13 - 14 Dec 2010 United Kingdom.
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Finding your research voice: the application of bibliometrics as an analytic literature tool on the pedagogic field of higher education

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AuthorAlderman, Lyn
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Conference (SRHE 2010)
Number of Pages12
Year2010
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
Conference/EventPostgraduate and Newer Researchers Conference (SRHE 2010)
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Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Conference (SRHE 2010)
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13 to end of 14 Dec 2010
Event Location
Newport, Wales
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This paper documents the use of bibliometrics as a methodology to bring forth a structured, systematic and rigorous way to analyse and evaluate a range of literature. When starting out and reading broadly for my doctoral studies, one article by Trigwell and Prosser (1996b) led me to reflect about my level of comprehension as the content, concepts and methodology did not resonate with my epistemology. A disconnection between our paradigms emerged. Further reading unveiled the work by Doyle (1987) who categorised research in teaching and teacher education by three main areas: teacher characteristics, methods research and teacher behaviour. My growing concerns that there were gaps in the knowledge also exposed the difficulties in documenting said gaps. As an early researcher who required support to locate myself in the field and to find my research voice, I identified bibliometrics (Budd, 1988; Yeoh & Kaur, 2007) as an appropriate methodology to add value and rigour in three ways. Firstly, the application of bibliometrics to analyse articles is systematic, builds a picture from the characteristics of the literature, and offers a way to elicit themes within the categories. Secondly, by systematic analysis there is occasion to identify gaps within the body of work, limitations in methodology or areas in need of further research. Finally, extension and adaptation of the bibliometrics methodology, beyond citation or content analysis, to investigate the merit of methodology, participants and instruments as a determinant for research worth allowed the researcher to build confidence and contribute new knowledge to the field. Therefore, this paper frames research in the pedagogic field of Higher Education through teacher characteristics, methods research and teacher behaviour, visually represents the literature analysis and locates my research self within methods research. Through my research voice I will present the bibliometrics methodology, the outcomes and document the landscape of pedagogy in the field of Higher Education.

Keywordsevaluation; quality assurance; pedagogy
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390303. Higher education
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