A documentary review is carried out regarding the production of scientific publications on the variables Digital Transformation and Educational Innovation within the framework of Covid-19, with the purpose of knowing the main characteristics of the volume of publications indexed in the Scopus database, which total 164 documents, platform through which the data is collected, allowing, through the ... [Show full abstract] distribution by year of publication, country of origin, area of knowledge and type of publication, to highlight relevant aspects as well as to identify some examples to know the position of different authors on the proposed topic. The methodology used corresponds to a quantitative analysis of the data on the volume of scientific production, with a bibliometric study, and a qualitative analysis of the research works cited in the body of this document. Among the main findings, it is highlighted that in terms of research concerning Digital Transformation and Educational Innovation in the context of the pandemic generated by Covid-19 in the educational field. Brazil is the Latin American country with the highest number of publications, registering a total of 55 documents. The area of knowledge with the highest number of contributions to publications was Social Sciences with 101 publications, and of the Latin American institutions, the Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico) is the one with the highest production during 2020 and the first semester of 2021.