Zotero selected bibliography

The bibliographic research preliminary to the writing of the Comparative Report “Teaching information competencies in a digital world for future professionals: state of the art of strategies and methodologies for STEM in Europe” was carried out by the BRAIN@WORK team using Zotero as a common management software. If you want to join the Zotero Group and contribute to the further development of the collection, please visit: https://www.zotero.org/groups/2416141/brainatwork/library

Methodology:
Bibliographic research was carried out in the following bibliographic databases: Web of Science, Scopus, LISTA, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, ERIC Institute of Education Sciences. National repository and using the Bielefeld Academic Search Engine.
The research question was constructed using the following set of keywords adapted to the search strategies allowed in the different databases:

  1. IL, information competence, information skill, information capability, personal information management, digital literacy, data literacy, media information literacy, visual literacy, copyright literacy, evidence-based medicine;
  2. postgraduate student, doctoral student, researcher, scientist, professor
  3. education, training, professional updating, life-long learning
    After the withdrawal of duplicates, the initial selection, conducted by applying filters by year (2000-2019), type of document (articles or reviews), and language when allowed (English, French, Latvian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), resulted in 390 scientific articles and reviews remained for analysis of title and abstract.

The work of analysis and subsequent exclusion of irrelevant documents was conducted collaboratively online using Zotero bibliographic management software.

The complete bibliography of the BRAIN@WORK group is accessible online to authorized users at the following link: https://www.zotero.org/groups/2416141/brainatwork/library.