Producción científica sobre integración de TIC a la Educación Física. Estudio bibliométrico en el periodo 1995-2017 (Scientific production on the integration of ICT to Physical Education. Bibliometric study in the period 1995-2017)

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v37i37.67348

Palabras clave:

Pedagogía, Educación Física, Integración de las TIC, Bibliometría, Colaboración (Pedagogy, Physical Education, ICT Integration, Bibliometrics, Collaboration)

Resumen

En las dos últimas décadas, la literatura ha aportado argumentos de forma sistemática sobre la utilidad de la integración de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TIC) en la Educación Física. El objetivo de la presente investigación es describir el comportamiento de la producción científica en el área de las TIC y la Educación Física en el período de 1995 a 2017. El estudio se basa en el análisis bibliométrico de publicaciones recopiladas en diversos repositorios de publicaciones científicas. Se recolectó un total de n=521 contribuciones, que incluyen artículos científicos, presentaciones en eventos científicos, tesis, libros y capítulos de libros. Se determinan los autores más productivos, las principales fuentes de información, las principales líneas de investigación y las contribuciones más influyentes. Se encuentra un alto grado de colaboración nacional, un bajo nivel de colaboración internacional y un limitado número de autores con más de una publicación en el tema. En el análisis sobre la madurez del dominio se considera que estamos ante un dominio de conocimientos en fase de crecimiento. 


Abstract. In recent decades, scientific literature has provided arguments about the integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Physical Education in a systematic way. The objective of this research is to describe the trend of scientific production in the area of ICT and Physical Education in the period from 1995 to 2017. The study is based on the bibliometric analysis of publications collected in various databases of scientific publications. A total of n = 521 contributions were collected, including scientific articles, presentations at scientific events, theses, books, and book chapters. The most productive authors, the main sources of information, the main areas of research, and the most influential contributions were determined. There is a high degree of national collaborations but a low level of international ones, and a low number of authors with more than one publication on the subject. In the domain maturity analysis, we can consider this topic as in a growth phase.

Biografía del autor/a

Juan Francisco Cabrera Ramos , Universidad Católica de Temuco

Profesor Asistente. Pedagogía en Educación Física. Univeridad Católica de Temuco.

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2020-01-01

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Ramos, J. F. C. (2020). Producción científica sobre integración de TIC a la Educación Física. Estudio bibliométrico en el periodo 1995-2017 (Scientific production on the integration of ICT to Physical Education. Bibliometric study in the period 1995-2017). Retos, 37, 748–754. https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v37i37.67348

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