Developing countries face dissemination barriers that affects local scientific production.                                ...
Latin America: More than 590 million people. Over 20 countries.       Over 2,500 universities and more than 7,000 other   ...
a. Universia (http://ocw.universia.net). Network of more    than 1000 universities (10 million students). It promotes    M...
SciELO - Scientific Electronic      SciElo enables:Library Online (1998): facilitate   - Searching,                       ...
Big - visibilityPublish or perish?                             Visible reuse & production of                              ...
@cristobalcobo                                       http://tiny.cc/pptsOxford Internet Institute Research Fellow.
A large percentage of journals of SciELO are not included in theDOAJ (because of lack self-archiving policies), and its pu...
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  • Alexander, J. K., Pradenas, L., Parada, V., & Scherer, R. F. (2012). Ranking Business and Economics Journals in South America Using the Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO). Journal of Education for Business, 87(3), 152–158. doi:10.1080/08832323.2011.582896
  • Being indexed is not sufficient.http://agencia.fapesp.br/en/15365
  • Spanish, English, French, and Germangeneration of knowledge is increasingly linked through outcome measures(International Index) Web of Science, Scopus, Crossref, Google Scholar, PubMed, DOAJ, LILACShttp://www.slideshare.net/AndySanIs/scielo-10434345http://www.bth.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/a4123207d712fcbdc12566ff00379958/$FILE/268-279.pdfhttp://www.latindex.unam.mx/noticias/resNotHis.html?id=176
  • Björk, B.-C. (2011). A Study of Innovative Features in Scholarly Open Access Journals. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 13(4). doi:10.2196/jmir.1802Therefore, the recommendation is that the publishers of journals of the LAC should establish clear policies regarding self-archiving and the successful integration of international standards that account for the policies adopted by publishers in relation to OA in world. (Miguel, S., Chinchilla‐Rodriguez, Z., & de Moya‐Anegón, F. (2011))Miguel, S., Chinchilla‐Rodriguez, Z., & de Moya‐Anegón, F. (2011). Open access and Scopus: A new approach to scientific visibility from the standpoint of access. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(6), 1130–1145. doi:10.1002/asi.21532http://www.slideshare.net/oawufp/cristianaagapitoThese data are not completely satisfactory because ISI data are available for only 22 of 176 SciELO journals and only 10 are complete.The impact factor 2012 for a journal would be calculated as follows: A = the number of times articles published in 2010-2011 were cited in indexed journals during 2012B = the number of articles, reviews, proceedings or notes published in 2010-2011impact factor 2012 = A/B
  • The knowledge commons research and innovation in an unequal world [Case of SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online ]

    1. 1. Developing countries face dissemination barriers that affects local scientific production. Scientific American, August 1995, p 76-83 (Wayt Gibbt) > Excluded from ISI (JCR) indexing and citation system. > Few journals are read in or outside their country.
    2. 2. Latin America: More than 590 million people. Over 20 countries. Over 2,500 universities and more than 7,000 other (non-university) higher education institutions.
    3. 3. a. Universia (http://ocw.universia.net). Network of more than 1000 universities (10 million students). It promotes MIT OCW materials translated. Over 70 Latin American universities (10 countries). b. Temoa (www.temoa.info ) public and multilingual catalogue that indexes more than 100,000 OER. c. LA DOAJ: SciELO (www.scielo.org) and REDALYC (http://redalyc.uaemex.mx). Each one includes more than 600 journal titles (over 200,000 articles).Ranking Web of World Repositories: (SciELO) Brasil the largest free, open access portals ofscientific information worldwide.
    4. 4. SciELO - Scientific Electronic SciElo enables:Library Online (1998): facilitate - Searching, 15 nations + South-South Cooperationcooperative electronic - Preserving andpublishing of scientific (peer - Monitoring scientificreview) journals. literature.SiELO network (federation) is It includes over 760 journals,based on national ~300,000 articles.infrastructures (future Impact factor: Over 6 millionsustainability). granted citation. Over than 12 million articles accessed per month.Goal: To foster the nationalscientific research (expandingthe visibility, accessibility and SiELO: Compatible with internationalcredibility) of the LA&C standards (Web of Science, Scopus, Crossref, Googlescientific publications. Scholar, PubMed, DOAJ).
    5. 5. Big - visibilityPublish or perish? Visible reuse & production of licensed (institutional) OER.SciELO OPEN ACCESS increased the indexed articlesreadership and citations (visibility) localscientific production.Freedom of access also enhancesflexibility (disciplinary and contextual) ofresources.Scientists now can bypass traditionalpublication routes by using new means to Little – visibilitydisseminate their academic production. Reuse of digital resources. Non indexed articlesAcademics need to make their ideas:Available (not locked behind paywalls),Spreadable: (readable & engaging)Boosting opportunities for globalknowledge exchange.
    6. 6. @cristobalcobo http://tiny.cc/pptsOxford Internet Institute Research Fellow.
    7. 7. A large percentage of journals of SciELO are not included in theDOAJ (because of lack self-archiving policies), and its publishers arenot included in SHERPA/RoMEO (Miguel. et al, 2011).Packer; the cost per publishedarticle is US $60 for the ScientificElectronic Library Online (SciELO)portal (Björk, 2011).
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