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E-LIS Brazil

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Delivered at First Workshop on Eprints in Library and Information Science, Geneva …

Delivered at First Workshop on Eprints in Library and Information Science, Geneva
(Switzerland) CERN, 22th October 2005

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  • 1. Open Access Journals and Digital Repositories on Library and Information Science in Brazil Miguel Ángel Márdero Arellano E-LIS Editorial Board [email_address]
  • 2. Summary
    • Scientific communication and Open Acess
    • Library and Information Science in Brazil
    • IBICT mission
    • IBICT and the Open Access Moviment
    • DICI: an Eprints archive
    • E-LIS: Brazil participation
  • 3. Scientific communication and Open Access
    • Transformations:
        • Production
        • Access
        • Retrieval
        • Added-value services
        • Benefits to researchers and their institutions
  • 4. Scientific Literature Eprints Servers
    • Scientific documents published and unpublished
    • Deposited by authors and editors
    • All scientific areas
    • Publishing commentaries, notes, new versions of research data
    • Interoperability
  • 5. Library and Information Science in Brazil
    • Courses: 42 under graduate and 9 graduate
    • Only two specialized libraries
    • Most are serials collections
    • Lack of local data bases
    • Dispersed scientific production
  • 6. Library and Information Science in Brazil
    • Brazilian Library and Information Science Journals:
      • 23 periodicals
      • Most are Institutional publications
      • 10 with full text online
      • 5 have open access policy and OAI-PMH support
  • 7. Library and Information Science in Brazil
    • Brazilian Library and Information Science distribution lists:
      • 11 distribution lists
      • Only 2 on institutional server
      • All moderated
      • 5 with no restrictions of sending and receiving
  • 8. Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology
    • Mission:
      • To promote the improvement of science, technology and innovation in Brazil
      • To develop of tools that may help in disseminating the science production in the fields of Library and Information Science
  • 9. Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology
    • Initiatives:
      • Creation of digital repositories (theses and dissertations, preprints, institutional archives) and electronic journals
      • Establishing of international standards
      • Participation of corporate projects
  • 10. Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology
    • Open Access:
      • Dissemination of digital contents
      • Open Access Declaration http://www.ibict.br/openaccess
      • Customization of OAI-PMH support tools
  • 11. Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology
    • Brazilian Digital Library Project (2000 – 2005):
      • Phronesis
      • Greenstone
      • Open Conference Systems (SOAC)
      • Open Journal Systems (SEER)
      • DSpace (RIDI)
      • EPrints (DICI) http://www.ibict.br/dici
  • 12. Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology
    • EPrints (Diálogo Científico):
      • Sociedade Brasileira de Genética
      • Arena Científica
      • FCPK
      • IMP-USP
      • Ciência da Informação http://dici.ibict.br
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15. E-LIS: Brazil participation
      • Publishing practices
        • Integration of portuguese language contents
        • Authors engagement
        • Editor’s acceptance
      • Archiving practices
        • Promoting Institutional archiving
        • Policy on Open Access
  • 16. E-LIS: Brazil participation
      • EPrints Repositories:
        • PrePrints importance
        • Lack of authors’ commentaries
        • Search vs self-archiving
        • E-LIS acceptability
        • IBICT’s role (motivating researchers)
  • 17.
    • Thank you for your
    • attention
    • [email_address]