Digital Media Reshaping Art Education: A Literature Review in the Age of COVID-19

Ilishan Smanov, Olga Stycheva, Gaziza Smanova, Bibigul Zholdasbekova, Gulzhan Isatayeva


This study aims to conduct a bibliometric analysis in the field of digital media in arts education. The study's primary objectives were identifying the main topics, authors, sources, and most cited articles. In addition, the study aims to develop a knowledge base on the use of digital media in arts education. We analyzed articles indexed in major scientific databases such as Web of Science and Scopus to achieve these goals. The study results include quantitative analysis supported by tables, graphs, and maps, focusing on digital media in the arts and key performance indicators of scientific production and citations. The total number of articles reviewed was 239, of which 149 were analyzed in detail. The study was an inductive analysis resulting in significant categories of papers cited. These categories include art learning and the use of digital media in art education, the use of digital media in various areas of art education, learning processes using digital media, and current topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The study makes an important contribution to understanding the dynamics of the digital media field in education, particularly in the arts context. It can be a starting point for future research and development.

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