Generation Y researchers fail to use new technologiesTimes Higher Education.
Researchers of Tomorrow, published on 28 June, surveyed more than 17,000 PhD students over three years, following 60 in depth and looking in particular at those born between 1982 and 1994, the so-called Generation Y.
The report states that despite being technologically savvy, Generation Y doctoral students know little about the range and authenticity of research information available in new formats such as online databases, e-journals and repositories, and few know how to access it. They also have little understanding of open access and copyright.
Full report on the Times Higher Education site