This study was aimed to analyze the academic staffs’ (AcSs) productivities in an English Education Department (EED) at an Indonesia higher education institution (IHEI) in Lombok Island, Indonesia from the lens of Indonesia national accreditation for higher education (BAN-PT). The bibliometric analysis was conducted by collecting data through Google Scholar-based Hazing’s Publish or Perish (GSbHPP) application from 2014 to 2021. The participants were nineteen AcSs in an EED-IHEI. The collected data were displayed in tables and Figures, which were further analyzed for description and interpretation. The literature review was conducted to confirm the interpretation of data. The study revealed that numbers of individual publications are unbalanced, as some were very productive and some others needed more motivation, the numbers of individual publication citations were in huge gaps, the EED-IHEI publication average impact factor from 2014 to 2021 was high (IF=3.08) depicting worldwide document usage, the EED-IHEI AcSs’ publications grew significantly, especially in the last three years, and the findings quantitatively describe potential for achieving higher score in Indonesia national accreditation. This study recommends the institution to employ beneficially bibliographic analysis to contribute better professional development for the AcSs.