Nativos digitales

Tramullas, Jesús . Nativos digitales., 2009 In: Anuario ThinkEPI 2009. EPI SCP, Barcelona, Spain, pp. 37-39. [Book chapter]

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English abstract

The rise of the internet and its services is leading to a change in users’ habits and information requests; libraries and information centres should propose new strategies to capture them. This text describes the so-called “digital natives”, those who have been surrounded by technology since birth and process information differently than their predecessors, the digital immigrants, as well as some initiatives that show perspectives and needs related to social structure in the medium term in libraries.

Spanish abstract

El auge de internet y sus servicios está generando un cambio en los hábitos y peticiones de información de los usuarios, por lo que las bibliotecas y centros de información deben proponer nuevas estrategias para captarlos. En este texto se describe a los llamados “nativos digitales”, aquellos que han estado rodeados de tecnología desde su nacimiento y que procesan la información de manera diferente,frente a sus antecesores (inmigrantes digitales), así como algunas iniciativas que permiten observar las perspectivas y necesidades de estructuración social a medio plazo en las bibliotecas.

Item type: Book chapter
Keywords: Digital natives, Digital immigrants, Google generation, iGen, Digital environment, Nativos digitales, Inmigrantes digitales, Generación Google, Generación Y, Entorno digital.
Subjects: C. Users, literacy and reading.
Depositing user: Dr. Jesús Tramullas
Date deposited: 10 Apr 2016 10:17
Last modified: 12 Apr 2016 05:15
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/29182

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