Alfabetización informacional y tecnologías móviles. Una mirada de la producción científica desde el impacto de la altmetría

Pinto, Maria and Uribe-Tirado, Alejandro and Caballero, David and Gómez-Hernández, José-Antonio and Sales, Dora and Fernández-Pascual, Rosaura and Cuevas-Cerveró, Aurora and Guerrero-Quesada, David Alfabetización informacional y tecnologías móviles. Una mirada de la producción científica desde el impacto de la altmetría., 2018 . In VII Seminario Hispano Brasileño de Investigación en Información, Documentación y Sociedad., Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, y Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, 12 a 16 de noviembre de 2018. [Conference paper]

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English abstract

The main focus of this paper is to provide a review of the scientific production in Information Literacy and mobile technologies (Mobile Information Literacy) between 2006 and 2017, quantifying from the altmetric perspectives. The altmetrics imply a complementary approach that can shed light on specific aspects which are not easy to be addressed by more traditional scientific approaches, neither bibliometric nor conceptual. That is why, the altmetrics include relevant features, like visualization, document downloads, quotes, recommendations and markers. These aspects can contribute to explain the impact and relevance of the scientific literatura from a wider perspective. A analysis of most altmetric impact documents was carried out to manifest the main research trends in the subdomain of the Infomation Science. After we had carried out our altmetric review, we concluded that this perspective, applied to the IL and the mobile technologies have become a growing trend that is reaching a significant relevance, in addition to the traditional bibliometric analysis, and that covers, in a context of mobile learning and relation, which are in a unstoppable procces of spiral growing, new and very significant dimensions in the approach to the impact and significance of the scientific production.

Spanish abstract

Se realiza una revisión de la producción científica sobre la alfabetización informacional y las tecnologías móbiles (Mobile Information Literacy) entre 2006 y 2017, cuantificándola desde perspectivas altmétricas. El análisis desde la altmetría supone un abordaje complementario que puede arrojar luz sobre aspectos no abordados por los análisis más tradicionales de la producción científica, ya sean bibliométricos o conceptuales. Así, el análisis altmétrico incluye aspectos como la visualización, descargas del documento, citas, recomendaciones y marcadores, que pueden contribuir a explicar el impacto y relevancia de la literatura científica desde una mirada más abarcativa. Se analiza la situación y se evidencian los documentos de mayor impacto altmétrico, que ponen de manifiesto las principales tendencias de investigación en este subdominio de la Information Science. Tras la revisión llevada a cabo, desde las altmetricas se llegó a la conclusión de que esta perspectiva, aplicada al ámbito de la IL y las tecnologías móviles se ha tornado en una tendencia creciente, que está alcanzando una gran relevancia, como complemento a los análisis bibliométricos tradicionales y que abarca, en un contexto de aprendizaje y relación móvil en creciente espiral, dimensiones nuevas y muy significativas en el acercamiento al impacto y relevancia de la producción científica.

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: alfabetización informacional, altmetría, aprendizaje móvil; information literacy, altmetrics, mobile learning
Subjects: C. Users, literacy and reading.
L. Information technology and library technology
Depositing user: Alejandro Uribe-Tirado
Date deposited: 29 Nov 2018 17:08
Last modified: 03 Dec 2018 14:41
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/33737

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