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Table 5 Top twenty most cited references based on number of local citations from the collection dataset

From: Scientific production and thematic breakthroughs in smart learning environments: a bibliometric analysis

# Document title Authors & Year Published Publication source Local Total citation Global Total citation
1 Evolution is Not Enough: Revolutionizing Current Learning Environments to Smart Learning Environments (Kinshuk, Cheng, & Chew, 2016) International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 38 43
2 A Proposed Paradigm for Smart Learning Environment Based on Semantic Web (Ouf, Abd Ellatif, Salama, & Helmy, 2017) Computers in Human Behavior 32 37
3 Smart University Taxonomy: Features, Components, Systems (Uskov et al., 2016) Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 21 43
4 Three Dimensions of Smart Education (Tikhomirov, Dneprovskaya, & Yankovskaya, 2015) Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 11 29
5 Towards a Smart Learning Environment for Smart City Governance (Hammad & Ludlow, 2016) Proceedings - 9Th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing, UCC 2016 11 13
6 Identifying Potential Types of Guidance for Supporting Student Inquiry When Using Virtual and Remote Labs in Science: A Literature Review (Zacharia et al., 2015) Educational Technology Research and Development 9 44
7 Smart Learning (Molina-Carmona & Villagr-Arnedo, 2018) ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 9 3
8 Implementing Scenarios in a Smart Learning Environment (Burghardt, Reisse, Heider, Giersich, & Kirste, 2008) 6Th Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, PERCOM 2008 8 11
9 Autotutor and Affective Autotutor: Learning by Talking with Cognitively and Emotionally Intelligent Computers that Talk Back (D'mello & Graesser, 2013) ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 5 145
10 Meta-Analysis of Inquiry-Based Learning: Effects of Guidance (Lazonder & Harmsen, 2016) Review of Educational Research 5 131
11 On the Way to Learning Style Models Integration: A Learner’s Characteristics Ontology (Labib, Canós, & Penadés, 2017) Computers in Human Behavior 5 23
12 Towards Competence-Based Learning Design Driven Remote and Virtual Labs Recommendations for Science Teachers (Zervas, Sergis, Sampson, & Fyskilis, 2015) Technology, Knowledge and Learning 5 9
13 Smart University: Literature Review and Creative Analysis (Heinemann & Uskov, 2018) Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 5 8
14 Developing A Smart Learning Environment in Universities Via Cyber-Physical Systems (Lei, Wan, & Man, 2013) Procedia Computer Science 5 8
15 Virtual Laboratories for Education in Science, Technology, and Engineering: A Review (Potkonjak et al., 2016) Computers and Education 4 187
16 Capturing Temporal and Sequential Patterns of Self-, Co-, and Socially Shared Regulation in the Context of Collaborative Learning (Malmberg, Järvelä, & Järvenoja, 2017) Contemporary Educational Psychology 4 37
17 Smart Pedagogy for Smart Universities (Uskov, Bakken, Penumatsa, Heinemann, & Rachakonda, 2018) Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 4 15
18 Supporting Adaptive Learning Pathways Through the Use of Learning Analytics: Developments, Challenges, and Future Opportunities (Mavroudi, Giannakos, & Krogstie, 2018) Interactive Learning Environments 4 11
19 ICT and Internet of Things for Creating Smart Learning Environment for Students at Education Institutes in India (ur Rahman, Deep, & Rahman, 2016) Proceedings of the 2016 6Th International Conference - Cloud System and Big Data Engineering, Confluence 2016 4 8
20 Innovative Maker Movement Platform For K-12 Education as a Smart Learning Environment (Toivonen, Jormanainen, Montero, & Alessandrini, 2018) Lecture Notes in Educational Technology 4 3