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Analyzed trends in institutional repository research in the digital era. The purpose of this study is to find out: (a) trends in the publication of research results from institutional repositories by year; (b) the most productive core journal publishes the results of institutional repository research; (c) distribution of language repository publications; (d) state-based institutional repository research distribution; (e) the most productive institutions publish institutional research repositories; (f) the most productive researchers publish research on institutional repositories; (g) the highest frequency of occurrence of keywords. Research uses bibliometric methods. The results showed that the trend of the distribution of research on institutional reposotions indexed at the peak of Scopus occurred in 2014, namely 84 publications (13.15%). Of the 21 highest journals that published the results of the institutional repository research, it was shown that Lecture Notes in Computer Science were the most published public institution repositories, namely 23 publications (3.6%), followed by the Electronic Library with 18 publications (2.8%), and D Lib Magazine 16 publications (2.5%). Publication of the results of research on institutional repositories indexed in Scopus data base was published in twelve languages and most of them were English. The institutional research repository trend indexed in Scopus is mostly in the form of articles and published by the United States of America. Abrizah, A. From the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is the most productive researcher and has published the results of 6 institutional repository studies and has been cited 614 times. The mapping results using vosviewer software show that the trend of institutional repository research is divided into 7 clusters with the most occurrence of keywords being Institutional Repositories, then Institutional Repositories, Digital Libraries and Open Access.From the results of the institutional repository research trends that have been conducted can be used for the development of further research.


Institutional repository; institutional repositories; Digital library; Bibliometric

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