Digital Literacy and its Relevance to Comparative Education Researchers: Outcomes of SciVal Analytics
Oksana Chigisheva 1 2 * , Elena Soltovets 3, Anna Dmitrova 1, Anna G. Akhtyan 4, Svetlana N. Litvinova 5, Yuliya V. Chelysheva 6
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1 Department of Education and Pedagogical Sciences, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA
2 Chair on Global Education, Institute for Strategy of Education Development of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, RUSSIA
3 Department of English for Humanities, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA
4 Faculty of Social Work, Russian State Social University, Moscow, RUSSIA
5 Zelenograd Branch - Institute of Business Administration of Moscow City Teacher Training University, Zelenograd, RUSSIA
6 Department of Sociocultural Activities and Arts, Moscow City Teacher Training University, Moscow, RUSSIA
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Abstract

Digitisation is a multidimensional phenomenon having direct and indirect impact on all aspects of human activity. The sphere of science and research, especially comparative education research, is being inevitably affected. The dizzying pace of socio-economic changes complicated by COVID-19 pandemic made it obvious that we are dealing with the digitisation of shock, rather than phased, character. The article states the lack of serious scientific reflection on the currently witnessed “shock digitisation” of science, complicated with growing digital illiteracy of researchers. The latter is demonstrated through rigorous literature review and SciVal Scopus analytics. The article is concluded with the idea that the field of comparative education research requires future profound rethinking of assumptions and agenda priorities in several aspects. They include general qualification requirements for modern comparative education researcher and comparative research procedures, functional and digital literacy of comparativists, changes in their research career potentials and prospects.

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Article Type: Research Article

https://doi.org/10.29333/ejmste/11183

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2021 - Volume 17 Issue 10, Article No: em2017

Publication date: 24 Aug 2021

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