B-LEARNING AND VIRTUAL EDUCATION STRATEGIES IN LATIN AMERICA
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In order to develop this article, a documentary review of the elaboration and production of research works related to the study of B-Learning and Virtual Education Strategies in Latin America was carried out to know, through a bibliometric study, the main characteristics of 16 publications registered in the Scopus database. The results obtained from this database were organized in tables and figures, categorizing the information by variables such as Year of Publication, Country of Origin and Area of Knowledge, which allowed to identify, through qualitative analysis, the position of different authors regarding the proposed topic. The main findings of this research were that Colombia stood out for having the highest scientific production, leading the list with four publications. Likewise, the area of knowledge that made the greatest contribution to the construction of bibliographic material related to the study of variables was computer science, with seven published documents.
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