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‣ Características das revistas brasileiras de acesso livre recorte do doaj : directory of open access journals

Duarte, Maria Tereza Ribeiro
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso Formato: application/pdf
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Estudo descritivo que analisa as revistas brasileiras de acesso livre indexadas no Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). Através da utilização da técnica de pesquisa mista, que congrega métodos quantitativos e qualitativos, analisa as 360 revistas brasileiras de acesso livre indexadas no DOAJ no período de junho de 2003 à março de 2009. Identifica, como parte da pesquisa quantitativa, as características referentes à área do conhecimento, órgão responsável pela publicação, idioma de publicação, utilização de ferramentas de editoração eletrônica e classificação Qualis dos periódicos analisados. Foram identificadas também em quais outras bases de dados multidisciplinares os periódicos analisados estão indexados. As bases identificadas foram: WoS, Scopus, SciELO e Latindex. Investiga como parte da pesquisa qualitativa os motivos que levaram os editores dos periódicos estudados a indexarem suas revistas na base de dados DOAJ, com o intuito de compreender a considerável e crescente participação do Brasil no DOAJ e ao movimento de acesso livre. Como instrumento de coleta de dados para a análise qualitativa foi utilizado o questionário. Os dados quantitativos coletados foram organizados em software de planilha eletrônica e apresentados em forma de gráficos e tabelas ao passo que os dados qualitativos foram analisados e descritos os mais significativos. Os resultados mostraram que 26% do total de revistas analisadas pertencem à área das Ciências Humanas...

‣ Algumas considerações sobre as principais declarações que suportam o movimento Acesso Livre; Some thoughts over the main declarations that support the open access movement

Sarmento e Souza, M. F.; Miranda, Ângelo; Baptista, Ana Alice; Ramos, Isabel
Fonte: 9º World Congress on Health Information and Libraries Publicador: 9º World Congress on Health Information and Libraries
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 21/09/2005 Português
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Comunicação apresentada no 9º World Congress on Health Information and Libraries, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, 20-23 Set. 2005.; Internet technologies have a great impact on the publishing industry. Hopefully digital contents in science and technology should have their quality assured by a review process made by peers in order do make them more reliable for the reader (consumer) than other digital contents. The Open Access (OA) movement promotes free delivery of the scholarly literature, by-passing copyright constraints and licenses/authorizations. Two roads widely accepted for OA are the “golden” road and the “green” road. In the first one, journals are OA themselves; in the last one, after publication on a non-OA journal, authors are allowed to store their articles on an institutional or in a thematic repository (OA archives). Institutional repositories are seen as a new strategy for universities to promote changes in the scholarly communication process. They capture, preserve and give access to digital collections of the intellectual production of one or several universities. The open and wide access may be a way to solve such problems as the high cost of journals’ subscriptions and the acquisition and dissemination of gray literature. Since institutional repositories are considered one of the main channels for scholarly literature dissemination...

‣ Comunicação científica : o papel da Open Archives Initiative no contexto do Acesso Livre; Scholarly communication : the role of OAI in the context of Open Access

Baptista, Ana Alice; Costa, Sely Maria de Souza; Kuramoto, Hélio; Rodrigues, Eloy
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2007 Português
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Discute a questão do Acesso Livre ao conhecimento científico, abordando, de maneira sucinta, seus impactos na pesquisa. Discorre sobre algumas das principais questões relacionadas ao uso de tecnologias da informação na comunicação científica, com ênfase em questões recentes, como o auto-arquivamento de trabalhos científicos em repositórios (via verde) e os periódicos científicos eletrônicos de Acesso Livre (via dourada). Tais questões são focadas simultaneamente como uma reação dos pesquisadores ao modelo de negócios vigente nas editoras científicas comerciais e uma conscientização do grande aumento de impacto dos documentos disponibilizados em Acesso Livre. Acrescenta a essa discussão informação sobre as políticas institucionais necessárias à implementação plena do Acesso Livre. Trata das principais tecnologias que suportam o Acesso Livre, tais como sistemas de gestão de repositórios e de revistas científicas que obedecem às especificações OAI. Além disso, discute perspectivas futuras que deverão nortear as políticas, a tomada de decisões e as ações por parte das instituições acadêmicas e governamentais que garantam o Acesso Livre, particularmente nos países lusófonos.; This paper discusses Open Access to scientific knowledge and its impacts on research. It overviews some of the major issues regarding the use of information technologies in scholarly communication activities...

‣ European open access policies in FP7 : openAIRE’s infrastructure & support

Schmidt, Birgit; Príncipe, Pedro
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 22/06/2011 Português
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Access to scientific information is essential for a flourishing European Research Area. To put this into practice, the European Commission has started an open access pilot in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) in August 2008. This policy requires researchers funded in seven selected areas of the FP7 to deposit their publications in a repository and to make it available in open access. A similar requirement has been established by the European Research Council through their open access guidelines in 2007. OpenAIRE (Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe), a three-year project which started in December 2009, supports the Commission’s open access policy by developing an infrastructure for repository networks and a European helpdesk system to support researchers in depositing their research publications. All kinds of stakeholders are invited to join this process towards a wider sharing of knowledge: above all researchers and project coordinators, librarians and repository managers, policy makers as well as publishers and journal editors. Moreover, combining the EC/ECR’s open access policies with national and local open access initiatives can be a powerful match to bring open access forward in Europe. The poster describes what the open access policies expect from researchers...

‣ Open access in Portugal : recent evolution and current situation

Rodrigues, Eloy
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 26/10/2010 Português
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Apresentação efectuada na "Berlin8 Open Access Conference", Beijing, 2010; We present a comprehensive portrait of the Portuguese initiatives related to Open Access, such as the implementation of open access institutional repositories at various Portuguese universities and research institutes and the publication of OA journals. Our presentation starts by providing some contextual background on the Portuguese scientific and research systems, scientific publication and Open Access, followed by a brief history and evolution of Open Access initiatives in Portugal since 2003. Then we will focus our attention on the current situation of Open Access in Portugal. Concerning Open Access journals, despite the increasing number of Portuguese journals referred on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) in the last years, the total number of OA journals in Portugal remains relatively low (44), with more than a half (24) being hosted by the Portuguese section of the SciELO project, SciELO Portugal. Concerning institutional repositories, there was a significant progress on the last years, especially after the establishment of the RCAAP (Repositório Científico de Acesso Aberto de Portugal = Portugal Open Access Science Repository) project in 2008. Currently all the public Portuguese universities have an institutional repository and a growing number have established Open Access policies. We will conclude by describing the main activities and results of the RCAAP...

‣ As políticas de open-access. Res publica científica ou autogestão?

Cardoso, Gustavo; Caraça, João; Espanha, Rita; Triães, João; Mendonça, Sandro
Fonte: CIES, ISCTE-IUL / Celta Publicador: CIES, ISCTE-IUL / Celta
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /09/2009 Português
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Neste artigo os autores sugerem que a análise da publicação em Open Access deve ser entendida para além do mero aspecto técnico de um novo modelo de publicação académica. O Open Access deve ser analisado enquanto movimento social, produto de uma evolução cultural e técnico-científica ao longo das três últimas décadas. Importa discutir as políticas do Open Access, porque as implicações da sua adopção pela comunidade científica não se esgotam nela. A publicação em Open Access poderá influenciar todo o processo de produção científica, da pesquisa à publicação, além dos próprios modelos de ensino e da forma como olhamos para os média, em termos de fruição da informação. Apergunta aqui enunciada, mas não respondida ainda na sua totalidade, é a de saber se a economia política do Open Access se traduzirá na criação de uma res publica científica, no sentido de extravasar da comunidade de investigadores e influenciar a sociedade como um todo, ou se será mais uma ferramenta, que, embora produto de um movimento social, será apenas apropriada numa gestão individual da prática científica, dentro dessa comunidade de pares.; In this article, the authors suggest that the analysis of Open Access publications should be regarded not only from the merely technical point of view of a new model of academic publication. Open Access should be analysed as a socialmovement that is the product of cultural...

‣ Open Access and Horizon 2020

Bracken, Fintan; Ronan, Stephanie
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/lecture; all_ul_research
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n/a; An overview of the open access and open data requirements for proposals for the European Horizon 2020 Funding, 2014. This presentation outlines what open access is, how the Glucksman library can facilitate researchers and advises on publication strategy. Recommended text to researchers: In line with Ireland’s National Principles for Open Access Policy Statement, the project team will apply the ‘green’ Open Access model for this Horizon 2020 funded project. The project team will: • Deposit all of the research articles produced during this project in the University of Limerick Institutional Repository (ULIR); • Ensure that all articles are made open access via ULIR within 6 months of their publication (12 months for the social sciences and humanities); • Ensure that all required metadata, including bibliographic metadata required in section 4 of the Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020 (Version 1.0, 11 December 2013), accompanies each publication; • Ensure that each publication receives a unique persistent identifier; and, • Provide statistical information on the number of views and downloads of each publication. All items in the UL Institutional Repository will be retained indefinitely and will be migrated to new file formats where necessary to ensure continuing readability and accessibility. ULIR will follow international best practice for the preservation of digital content and aim for perpetual preservation (ULIR Policy Statement).

‣ National and international developments in Open Access: implications, opportunities and local initiatives

Callan, Paula; Kingsley, Danny; Kruesi, Lisa
Fonte: ALIA Publicador: ALIA
Tipo: Conference item Formato: 66 slides, Powerpoint presentation
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This was a presentation to the ALIA2013 held at the Brisbane Convention Centre on 12 February 2013. The audience were asked to vote on one of three main topics: 1. Encouraging open access (Complying with mandates, Advocacy for & issues with open access and Support for open access providers) 2. Open access on the world stage (International mandates, Compliance with mandates, Implications for Australian researchers, Implications for editors of Australian journals) 3. Open access in Australia (NHMRC mandate, ARC mandate, Institutional mandates and Compliance with mandates) The presentation included a wide ranging discussion and the summary is included witin the slides.

‣ Open access: policies, practices & challenges

Callan, Paula; Kingsley, Danny
Fonte: CAUL Publicador: CAUL
Tipo: Conference item Formato: 66 slides, Powerpoint presentation + handouts
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Interest and activity in the open access space continues to escalate, bringing new challenges and opportunities for those implementing open access. This presentation will cover some of the big events in open access worldwide in 2013, and discuss the innovations in open access book publishing and the social media platforms incorporating open access. Publishers are responding in different ways to the new landscape, increasing the challenge of staying current and compliant. The issue of predatory publishing is also causing challenges for open access advocates. The talk will conclude with a summary of AOASG activities and their impacts to date.

‣ Mapping activities at the Open Access Week 2010: an updated picture of the way Open Access is presently developing worldwide

Baleela, Rania; Castro Martín, Pablo de
Fonte: Universidade Carlos III de Madrid Publicador: Universidade Carlos III de Madrid
Tipo: Outros Formato: application/octet-stream; application/octet-stream; application/pdf
Publicado em /11/2010 Português
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After the 1st Open Access Africa conference was held last Nov 10-11th at Jomo Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya, the authors were checking values in Africa for some important Open Access-related indicators at worldmapper.org, such as Tertiary education, Tertiary education spending, Science research and Internet users.; All these indicators being quite bad-looking except for South Africa, it should also be noted that survey dates are not too recent for any of them. Things may be nevertheless starting to change a bit in Africa with regard to Open Access, and a map might be found which would picture real recent development of Open Access in the world. What we tried: mapping the number of activities by country that were organised along the SPARC-led 4th edition of the Open Access Week (Oct 18-24th, 2010).; 10 slides.-- Follow-up document to Open Access Africa 2010 conference (Nairobi, Kenya, Nov 10-11th, 2010, organised by Biomed Central in partnership with ComputerAid), http://www.biomedcentral.com/developingcountries/openaccessafrica; Acknowledgements: Benjamin D. Hennig, Worldmapper Project, University of Sheffield, UK; Jennifer McLennan, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), US; Eve Gray, The Centre for Educational Technology at the University of Cape Town...

‣ Open access in Southern European countries

Abadal, Ernest (Ed.); Anglada, Lluís (Ed.); Abad, Francisca; André, Francis; Badolato, Anne-Marie; Barthet , Emilie; Cassella, Maria; Creppy, Rachel; Gargiulo, Paola; Georgiou, Panos; Gurdal, Gultekin; Lutz, Jean-François; Melero, Remedios; Moral, Ayn
Fonte: Madrid : Fundacion española para la ciencia y la tecnología, 2010. Publicador: Madrid : Fundacion española para la ciencia y la tecnología, 2010.
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192 p.; Libro Electrónico; Presenta un “mapa” del acceso abierto en los países del Sur de Europa: Francia, España, Grecia, Italia, Portugal y Turquía, unos territorios que comparten varias características: utilizan idiomas diferentes al inglés -canal habitual para la comunicación científica-, y no tienen una industria editorial potente, entre otras. El informe va dirigido especialmente a las autoridades y gestores académicos para que se den cuenta de la importancia de impulsar acciones a favor del acceso abierto a la ciencia, así como a las editoriales (publishers), especialmente las del sector público, a los propios académicos, y a los profesionales de las bibliotecas.; CONTENTS 1 Presentation 11 2 Introduction 13 3 Open access in France 15 3.1 Introduction 15 3.2 Background 16 3.2.1 Institutional background 20 3.2.2 Historical background 3.3 Open access journals in France 3.3.1 How the list of open access journals was compiled 3.3.2 Comments 3.4 Open archives in France 3.4.1 How the list of repositories was compiled 3.4.2 Comments 3.5 Large digitization programs 3.6 Conclusions 3.7 References 4 Open access in Greece 39 4.1 Introduction 39 4.2 Scholarly publishing in Greece 40 4.2.1 Book publishing 40 4.2.2 E-books 45 4.2.3 Journals 51 4.3 OA in Greece: an overview 4.4 Open access journals 4.5 OA books 4.6 Open access in Southern European Countries Repositories & digital collections 52 4.6.1 OA institutional repositories 52 4.6.2 Digital collections 53 4.6.3 Harvesters...

‣ Open access bibliography: liberating scholarly literature with e-prints and open access journals

Bailey Jr., Charles W.
Fonte: Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 2005. Publicador: Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 2005.
Tipo: Livro Formato: application/pdf
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xxii, 129 p. ; 26 cm.; Libro Electrónico; The Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals presents over 1,300 selected English-language books, conference papers (including some digital video presentations), debates, editorials, e-prints, journal and magazine articles, news articles, technical reports, and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding the open access movement’s efforts to provide free access to and unfettered use of scholarly literature. Most sources have been published between 1999 and August 31, 2004; however, a limited number of key sources published prior to 1999 are also included. Where possible, links are provided to sources that are freely available on the Internet (approximately 78 percent of the bibliography’s references have such links).; Preface; Acknowledgments; Key open access concepts; i. General works; 1.1 Overviews 1.2 Analysis and Critiques 1.3 Debates and Dialogs 1.3.1 Nature Web Debate on Future E-Access to the Primary Literature 1.3.2 Nature Web Focus on Access to the Literature: The Debate Continues 1.3.3 Other 1.4 Research Studies 1.5 Other; ii. Open access statements; 2.1 Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities 2.2 Bethesda Statement on Open Access 2.3 Budapest Open Access Initiative 2.4 NEAR 2.5 OECD Final Communique 2.6 Tempe Principles 2.7 Washington D.C. Principles for Free Access to Science 2.8 Wellcome Trust Position Statement and Research Reports 2.9 World Summit on the Information Society Declaration of Principles and Plan of Action 2.10 Other; iii. Copyright arrangements for self-archiving and use; 3.1 General Works 3.2 Copyright Ownership and Rights 3.3 Creative Commons 3.4 Permissions Crisis 3.5 Research Studies; iv. open access journals; 4.1 General Works 4.2 Economic Issues 4.2.1 General Works 4.2.2 BMJ Rapid Responses about “Author Pays” May Be the New Science Publishing Model 4.3 Open Access Journal Change Agents 4.3.1 SPARC 4.4 Open Access Journal Publishers and Distributors 4.4.1 BioMed Central 4.4.2 Public Library of Science 4.4.3 PubMed Central 4.4.3.1 General Works 4.4.3.2 Science Magazine dEbate on “Building a GenBank of the Published Literature” 4.4.3.3 Science Magazine dEbate on “Is a Government Archive the Best Option?” 4.4.3.4 Science Magazine dEbate on “Just a Minute...

‣ Plataforma digital de revistas científicas electrónicas españolas. Relación con el movimiento Open Access

Melero, Remedios; Pérez-Agüera, José Ramón
Fonte: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas Publicador: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas
Tipo: Artículo
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Publicado en: Scripta Nova: Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales VIII(170).; Las facilidades para la difusión y la accesibilidad a la comunicación científica a través de Internet contrastan con las barreras tanto económicas como de derechos de reproducción (copyright) impuestas por las grandes editoriales, que controlan la mayoría del mercado de las publicaciones científicas. Como respuesta a esta situación no cabría sino esperar una reacción por parte de los investigadores, bibliotecarios y gestores de la información representada por lo que se ha denominado “movimiento para el libre acceso (open access movement) a las publicaciones científicas. Con esta filosofía y como resultado de diferentes foros y discusiones surgió la idea de la creación de un portal multidisciplinar de revistas científicas españolas que aglutinara revistas de calidad publicadas en España y que fueran de libre acceso a través de la red Internet. El objetivo principal de esta iniciativa es promover la difusión del conocimiento, la visibilidad y el acceso a la producción científica propia. El sistema incluye también un proveedor de servicios. La Fundación de Ciencia y Tecnología (FECyT) ha facilitado la inclusión de la Plataforma de Revistas Electrónicas en el portal de Tecnociencia patrocinado por esta Fundación. El portal de revistas tiene como principal característica el adoptar el modelo de Open Archives Initiative que permite la interoperatividad entre distintos proveedores de datos (Data providers) mediante un protocolo común de trasmisión de metadatos llamado OAI-PMH (Open Archive Initiative- Protocol for Metadata Harvesting). Este protocolo permite intercambiar metadatos entre diferentes plataformas y repositorios. En nuestro sistema se ha optado por utilizar Dublín Core (service provider) representado en la forma del propio portal y que pretende aportar servicios de valor añadido a la información recopilada por el sistema de recopilación de revistas. El funcionamiento del protocolo utilizado es sencillo...

‣ Open access environment in Spain : How the "Movement" has evolved and current emerging initiatives

Melero, Remedios
Fonte: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas Publicador: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas
Tipo: Presentación
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Delivered at Workshop Open Access and Information Management, Oslo (Norway); Open access in Spain is still an emerging movement, however during the last three or four years it has grown robustly with more frequent initiatives related either to institutional open access repositories and open/free journals. The 154 registered signatories of the Berlin Declaration include five Spanish universities or research institutions, which it is not a big rate, but awareness of institutional commitment to open access is increasing sharply. ROAR and DOAR have in their records 13 and 5 open access repositories, respectively, which represent only a 1.4% and 2% of the whole IRs registered in those directories. Most current repositories started as repositories for theses but some of them have evolved to institutional repositories where to archive preprints, post-prints, conference proceedings, and any other research documents published by their own staff. Open or free access journals are not exactly “new journals” but former printed journals that are currently free online and in most cases published by public institutions or learned societies. Examples of open access journals directories or digital libraries such as Scielo Spain, Dialnet, e-revistas...

‣ Tendencias, impacto y actitudes entre los investigadores respecto al acceso abierto a las publicaciones científicas (Open Access)

Melero, Remedios
Fonte: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas Publicador: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas
Tipo: Presentación
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Delivered at: "Los archivos abiertos y los repositorios institucionales: una opción de futuro para la edición científica y el acceso al conocimiento", San Lorenzo del Escorial (Spain), 2006; En los últimos cuatro o cinco años el movimiento open access ha experimentado un crecimiento y evolución espectacular, no sólo por el número de proyectos e iniciativas en torno al mismo, sino por la difusión cada vez mayor de la idea de acceso abierto a las publicaciones científicas, en su mayoría resultado de proyectos financiados con fondos públicos, creadas y evaluadas por la comunidad científica, pero gestionadas esencialmente por empresas comerciales. En este sentido, y desde que se emitió la declaración de Berlín de apoyo explícito al paradigma open access, han sido numerosas las instituciones, dedicadas o vinculadas a la investigación, las que se han adherido a la misma, instando a su seguimiento y generando herramientas para conseguir sus objetivos, bien a través de la creación de revistas o la conversión de ya existentes a revistas open access, o mediante la creación de repositorios institucionales donde depositar los trabajos publicados. Si bien estas herramientas son importantes, no lo son menos las medidas de política científica que marquen las tendencias y obligaciones de los autores e investigadores de una institución académica...

‣ El paisaje de los repositorios institucionales open access en España; El paisatge dels dipòsits institucionals d'accés obert a Espanya

Melero, Remedios
Fonte: Universidad de Barcelona Publicador: Universidad de Barcelona
Tipo: Artículo Formato: 801252 bytes; application/pdf
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[EN] The open access movement has made significant progress in recent years, despite still being relatively new to Spain. Twenty-one Spanish institutions, including sixteen universities, have signed the Declaration. In terms of Spain’s presence in international directories, the current figures for the Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR) and the Directory of Open Access Repositories (OpenDOAR) are 32 and 33 repositories respectively. However, some recently-created repositories or those that are in trial stages are not included in these figures. The difference between the figures is due to different inclusion criteria and to some errors detected in the ROAR directory. The first repository in Spain was Doctoral Theses in the Internet (TDR), which was set up in 2001. Most Spanish repositories began to emerge in 2005. Data about these repositories show that the most popular software is Dspace and Eprints. One common characteristic of Spanish repositories is the diversity of their contents. Most of the documents in the repositories are theses, dissertations and conference papers, followed by journal articles. The growth of repositories over time follows one of three models: linear growth; staged growth; and flat growth. The first model...

‣ OpenAIRE and OpenAIREplus: paving the way to Open Access scientific scholarly information

Houssos, Nikos; Rettberg, Najla
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Poster
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Poster presented at the CRIS2012 Conference.-- Also available at the HELIOS repository for the National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), http://hdl.handle.net/10442/12993; Access to scientific information is an essential element of a thriving European Research Area. OpenAIRE (Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe) supports the Commission’s Open Access policy by providing the infrastructure to support researchers in complying with the EU Open Access mandates. Funded by the EC, it is a highly collaborative pan-European venture, which operates a European Helpdesk System, with Liaison Offices in 27 countries. OpenAIRE, now in its third year, has established a service based on the self-archiving of peer-reviewed articles, where authors deposit a copy of their peer-reviewed manuscript into an Open Access repository at the time of publication. The OpenAIRE portal provides free access to FP7 publications, offers depositing services, and various types of statistics used to measure the impact of the research funds. Recently launched, the OpenAIREplus project extends the service to facilitate access to the entire Open Access scientific production of the European Research Area. Opening up the infrastructure to data sources from subject-specific communities...

‣ Scholarly communication : the role of oai in the context of open access; Comunicação científica: o papel da open archives initiative no contexto do acesso livre 10.5007/1518-2924.2007v12nesp1p1

Baptista, Ana Alice; Universidade do Minho - Portugal; Costa, Sely Maria de Souza; UNB - Brasília - DF; Kuramoto, Hélio; IBICT - Brasília - DF; Rodrigues, Eloy; Universidade do Minho - Portugal
Fonte: Departamento de Ciência da Informação – UFSC Publicador: Departamento de Ciência da Informação – UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 13/12/2007 Português
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This paper discusses Open Access to scientific knowledge and its impacts on research. It overviews some of the major issues regarding the use of information technologies in scholarly communication activities, highlighting recent issues such as repository selfarchiving (green road) and Open Access journals (golden road). Such issues are focused both as a reaction of researchers to the current business models of commercial scholarly publishers and as an awareness of the increasingly impact of documents available in Open Access. It adds to this discussion information about the necessary policies to fully implement Open Access. Authors describe the main technology facilities that support Open Access, such as OAI compliant Repositories and Journal Management systems. Moreover, future perspectives that should guide academic and government policies, decisions and actions that can assure Open Access, particularly in Portuguese Speaking Countries, are discussed.; Discute a questão do Acesso Livre ao conhecimento científico, abordando, de maneira sucinta, seus impactos na pesquisa. Discorre sobre algumas das principais questões relacionadas ao uso de tecnologias da informação na comunicação científica, com ênfase em questões recentes...

‣ Author rights and re-use policies in brazilian open access journals in the biological and health sciences available on the SciELO-Brazil platform; As políticas de direitos autorais e de reuso presentes nas revistas brasileiras de acesso aberto das áreas biológicas e de saúde disponibilizadas na plataforma SciELO-Brasil

Furnival, Ariadne Chloe Mary; Universidade Federal de São Carlos; Almeida, Bianca Miranda de; Centro Universitário UniSEB, Ribeirão Preto; Silva, Marco Donizete Paulino da; Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Fonte: Departamento de Ciência da Informação – UFSC Publicador: Departamento de Ciência da Informação – UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Pesquisa empírica; Formato: application/pdf
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Open access refers to the free availability of scientific publications online, and free of restrictions, and is in Brazil, predominantly achieved by the so-called “gold route” of open access, that is, open access journal publication. The quantity of these publications has grown continuously since the launch of the SciELO platform in Brazil in 1997, and the OJS system promoted by IBICT. Despite the worldwide dissemination of open access concepts and practices, particularly in relation to copyright and authorization for reuse and archiving in repositories, the hypothesis raised here is that there are still conflicting positions in policies of some Brazilian open access journals regarding copyright re-use by reader-users. The paper reports a study that aimed to analyze and investigate the concept of open access explicitly and implicitly used in the set of journals studied, to assess their degree of “openness”, as recently defined in the pamphlet “HowOpenIsIt?” published by SPARC, PloS and OASPA. Copyright policies were studied in a sample of 117 current journals in the fields of Biological and Health Sciences from SciELO- Brazil. The results show that there is a variety of appropriations and meanings of the term “open access” by the journals assessed...

‣ Proteção do Conhecimento e Movimento Open Access: Discussões no Âmbito da Organização Mundial da Propriedade Intelectual │ Knowledge protection and open access movement: discussions in the scope of the World Intellectual Property Organization

Baracat, Alyssa Cecilia; Universidade Federal da São Carlos; Carneiro Dias Rigolin, Camila; Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Fonte: Ibict Publicador: Ibict
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Revisão de literatura; Pesquisa histórica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 18/12/2012 Português
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Resumo O objetivo deste artigo consiste em investigar o diálogo que se estabelece entre a legitimação do Movimento Open Access e a Agenda para o Desenvolvimento da Organização Mundial da Propriedade Intelectual. Em vista da configuração da Sociedade da Informação baseada na economia do conhecimento, os direitos autorais representam assuntos estratégicos no âmbito das negociações internacionais. Entretanto, o contexto da comunicação científica apresenta uma contradição no modelo de regulação dos direitos autorais: a apropriação versus a socialização do conhecimento. O movimento Open Access pode representar um caminho para equilibrar as funções dos direitos autorais, principalmente, nos países em desenvolvimento. Palavras-chave comunicação científica; direitos autorais; OMPI; Open AccessAbstract The purpose of this paper is to investigate the dialogue established between the legitimation of the Open Access Movement and the Development Agenda of World Intellectual Property Organization. In view of the setting of the Information Society based on the knowledge economy...