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The Research Map visualization is a visual representation of the last 10 years of published education and learning sciences research.
Explore research topics and find connections between topics. Access and save articles of interest.
- Circles represent research topics. The size of the circle is proportional to the number of publications on that topic.
- Lines represent connections between topics. Line thickness is proportional to the similarity of two topics.
- Double-clicking a topic drills into subtopics. To go back to the top level, click the “Reset” button.