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Comparative analysis of public policies in open access models in Latin America. Brazil and Argentina cases
Cabrera, Karen Isabel

Translated titleAnálisis comparativo de políticas públicas en modelos de acceso abierto en América Latina. El caso de Brasil y Argentina
PublishedJanuary 2015
JournalRUSC. Universities and Knowledge Society Journal
Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 15-24
Original PublicationRevista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento
CountryBrazil, Argentina, Spain, South America

ABSTRACT
This article presents public policies for open access models in Argentina and Brazil, two countries that have pioneered the subject in Latin America. The methodology used is comparative documentation, whereby the legal and political frameworks of open access systems are contrasted, paying special attention to the education, science, culture and government sectors. The main conclusion is that, in spite of technological and legal difficulties, public policies provide accessible information and quality knowledge.

Este artículo presenta las políticas públicas en modelos de acceso abierto en Argentina y Brasil, países pioneros en el tema, como ejemplos del desarrollo en América Latina. La técnica de investigación implementada es la comparación. Se interrelaciona el marco legal y político de los sistemas de acceso abierto en cada uno de los países de estudio, desde los campos de educación, ciencia, cultura y gobierno. Se concluye que los procesos de políticas públicas, a pesar de las dificultades tecnológicas y legales, proveen y masifican la información y el conocimiento de calidad.

Keywords acceso abierto · conocimiento · knowledge · modelos · models · OER policy · open access · RES políticas

Published atBarcelona
LanguageEnglish and Spanish
ISSN1698-580X
RefereedYes
Rightsby/3.0/es/deed.en
DOI10.7238/rusc.v12i1.1947
Other informationRUSC. Univ. and Know. Soc.
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