As bibliotecas e o percurso histórico de abertura da ciência: revendo um roteiro de colaboração

  • Jorge Revez Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos, (Portugal)

Resumen

La ciencia está marcada actualmente por movimientos de tensión y ruptura, cada vez más agudos y en ciclos de corta duración. El Acceso Abierto, los Datos Abiertos, la Ciencia Abierta, entre otros, son conceptos operativos fundamentales en la relación entre las bibliotecas y la producción y difusión de la ciencia. Este trabajo es una revisión de la literatura que busca seguir la hoja de ruta histórica de colaboración entre bibliotecas y la apertura de la ciencia. Esbozando el escenario que marca la ciencia hoy en día, desde el movimiento de Acceso Abierto a Ciencia Abierta, la intención es comprender hasta qué punto este panorama influye en el papel de las bibliotecas en la investigación científica. El objetivo es proporcionar una imagen general de la Ciencia Abierta, centrándose en las implicaciones teóricas que este panorama conlleva para las bibliotecas. El tema principal es comprender, por un lado, qué significan el Acceso Abierto y la Ciencia Abierta para las bibliotecas y cómo se comportan frente a estas dinámicas; por otro lado, cómo los investigadores ven el papel de las bibliotecas en este amplio y nuevo panorama científico. Estos problemas se observarán en una estructura de revisión dividida en tres partes: orígenes de Acceso Abierto, el surgimiento de la Ciencia Abierta y el papel de las bibliotecas en la apertura de la ciencia. Se concluye que las bibliotecas participaron desde el principio en el proceso de apertura de la ciencia y continúan esforzándose hoy por desempeñar un papel relevante en este proceso social y cultural.

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Publicado
2019-10-28
Cómo citar
Revez, J. (2019). As bibliotecas e o percurso histórico de abertura da ciência: revendo um roteiro de colaboração. Palabra Clave (La Plata), 9(1), e077. https://doi.org/10.24215/18539912e077
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Dossier : Del Acceso Abierto a la Ciencia Abierta: avances y reflexiones a 17 años de la BOAI