La Tablet en la escuela: Revisión bibliográfica en Scopus (The Tablet in schools: A bibliographic review from Scopus)

María Montserrat Castro Rodríguez, Óscar Mallón Suárez

Resumen


La incorporación de las tabletas en muchas escuelas a lo largo del mundo, ha despertado la curiosidad de la comunidad científica, justificando el auge de reseñas, noticias, publicaciones derivadas de la investigación, la celebración de congresos y exposiciones o la proliferación de libros. En este contexto surge la necesidad de conocer y analizar aquello que sea de interés. El presente artículo recoge los resultados de una revisión bibliográfica a partir de las publicaciones localizadas en la base de datos de Scopus, del periodo del 2016 al 2019. El objetivo principal fue identificar y analizar las 50 publicaciones seleccionadas como muestra, recogidas de revistas, libros y libros de actas en la base de datos Scopus cuya temática abordase la investigación y uso de la Tablet en la escuela en los últimos cuatro años. En lo metodológico se ha optado por el análisis documental, que permite extraer datos de índole cuantitativa y cualitativa.


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