Web 2.0 tools for researchers

I just came across this very interesting presentation by Miggie Pickton, which was presented at the ALISS Conference last month.  It provides some very useful links to various Web 2.0 tools, and easily explains which tools are useful for each stage of the research process.  In many ways these slides could be used to create a skeleton model for a few training courses for academic staff and research students, especially as the boundaries between Digital Literacy and Information Literacy are becoming more blurred.

Post by: Lisa Anderson

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