The Shift of Information Literacy Towards Research 2.0

@inproceedings{Koltay2015TheSO,
  title={The Shift of Information Literacy Towards Research 2.0},
  author={Tibor Koltay and Sonja Spiranec and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Z. Karvalics},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper, based on desk research, we will present the most important features of Research 2.0 in its relationship with information literacy (IL). The appearance of the Research 2.0 paradigm was brought about by numerous technological innovations resulting from Web 2.0. This may lead to transformations that could change the principles of research activities. When explaining the nature of Research 2.0 we highlight factors that hinder its wider uptake. We will also try to show that IL is… CONTINUE READING
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