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What is E-Literacy

Handbook of Research on Digitalization Solutions for Social and Economic Needs
E-literacy refers to the degree of skill required to effectively use electronic materials, tools and resources while navigating an online learning environment.
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The Digitalization of Health Behaviors: A Bibliometric Analysis
Ece Özer Çizer (Yıldız Technical University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-4102-2.ch012
The number of studies aiming to change consumers' health behaviors by digitizing is increasing day by day. Health behaviors have become the focus of different sciences and disciplines, both socio-cultural and technological. Especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, investments and research in this field have increased considerably. In the literature, there is a rapid increase in the number of studies on digital health behaviors. This study aims to systematically examine the studies in the literature on digitalized health behaviors. For this purpose, bibliometric analysis was applied to 357 studies in the Web of Science database using the R Studio program in order to determine the most frequently studied areas and possible gaps in the literature.
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Social Networking Sites and Critical Language Learning
E-literacy has been defined in a variety of ways but it generally relates to the skill set required to make efficient use of all of the materials, tools, and resources that are available online.
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