Monday, June 30, 2014
More and more frequently the web is the starting point for researchers when they begin a project. 
 
Research carried out among the UK’s academic community during 2012 found that 40% of researchers kicked off their project with a trawl through the internet for material, while only 2% preferred to make a visit to a physical library space. That’s a huge change in a relatively short period, fuelled by the sheer richness of the digital content that is now potentially available online.

Go to source: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/action-on-discoverability-03-jun-2014