Digital institutional repositories and the open access as a tool for academic content diffusion | Mtro. Diego Mendoza Vázquez | ESPACIO I+D, Innovación más Desarrollo

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Summary:

"Abstract: The purpose of this article is to analyze the current situation of digital institutional repositories in countries such as Spain, Costa Rica, the United States and Mexico, as well as the recommendations made by initiatives as Budapest, Bethesda, Berlin or Alhambra to contribute to the open access, keeping in mind the General Guidelines for the National Repository and Institutional Repositories published by the National Council of Science and Technology in Mexico (Conacyt) in 2014, which is part of the new federal government's strategy to meet the demands of having a means of consultation of the products generated in research centers, universities and public institutions financed with public resources. In addition, the results of a study that indicate the growth, development, benefits and importance of institutional digital repositories are presented, as well as the challenges that imply their implementation.

Keywords: Repositories, open access, Conacyt, Ranking web."

ESPACIO I+D, Innovación más Desarrollo • Vol. vi, N° 15, October 2017 • ISSN: 2007-6703

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http://espacioimasd.unach.mx/suplemento/espacioimasd_english_15.pdf

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Date tagged:

03/03/2018, 11:25

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03/03/2018, 06:25