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Community of Inquiry Framework: Research Trends Between 2000-2020
Olpak, Yusuf Ziya

PublishedJune 2022
JournalOnline Learning Journal
Volume 26, Issue 3, Pages 350-368
CountryTurkey, Europe

ABSTRACT
The current study aimed to understand the trend in the community of inquiry that many
researchers have been working on for over 20 years. Within the scope of this aim, 102 studies were reviewed with regards to some variables: most preferred keywords and words in abstract, year of publication, authors, journals, geographical distribution, academic disciplines, research methods, course delivery methods, participant type, and references. The findings demonstrate that the articles reviewed were from 216 authors in 20 countries. Most of the studies were from the Social Sciences field, and the continent with the most studies was North America. Quantitative research methods were mostly preferred in the studies, and the study group of a great of majority the studies were higher education students. Finally, various recommendations were made for future research after determining gaps that exist in the current literature.

Keywords Community of Inquiry · systematic review · bibliometric mapping analysis

CoI focusFull model
MethodologyLiterature review
Study designBibliometric
Data analysisContent analysis
ContributionEmpirical
Sample size102
Study aim"to understand the trend in the community of inquiry that many researchers have been working on for over 20 years"
Finding"the articles reviewed were from 216 authors in 20 countries. Most of the studies were from the Social Sciences field and the continent with the most studies was North America. Quantitative research methods were mostly preferred in the studies and the study group of a great of majority the studies were higher education students"
LanguageEnglish
RightsCC BY
DOI10.24059/olj.v26i2.2737
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