Digital skills for Open Access resources discovery
This presentation will illustrate particular contexts and skills necessary for information discovery in an open access environment.
The rapid growth of cutting-edge technology in science and education served as a catalyst for the development of practical skills to support learning, teaching, and research. Open access issues require an understanding of specific concepts and the use of techniques, applications, procedures to optimise the scientific work. Digitisation opened major opportunities for research activity, imposed the use of common formats and standards for expressing data and knowledge. The topic of digital skills is linked to an assumed career route, to the principles of lifelong learning, to the integration of current issues of academic ethics, and to the laws governing open research. The presentation will also illustrate particular contexts and skills necessary for information discovery in an open access environment.
Thu, 26 January 2023
11:00 – 11:30 CET