Information literacy in social sciences and health sciences: a bibliometric study (1974–2011)

@article{Pinto2012InformationLI,
  title={Information literacy in social sciences and health sciences: a bibliometric study (1974–2011)},
  author={Maria Pinto and Maria Isabel Escalona and Antonio Pulgar{\'i}n},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2012},
  volume={95},
  pages={1071-1094}
}
We examine the international scientific productivity on information literacy since its inception in 1974 until late 2011, based on a bibliometric analysis of scientific articles included in the web of science and Scopus databases. The sample comprised two macro-domains—the most productive and the least productive. The former was the area of social sciences… CONTINUE READING