Fiocruz News Agency

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[From Google's English] "In an article published on the last day 29/6 on your blog, the researcher Helio Kuramoto, a leading expert on open access in the country, praised the initiative and pioneering Fiocruz to establish its own policy. In this interview, the researcher makes a brief history of the theme in Brazil, talks about the role of libraries and how researchers only have to gain from this policy OA. In an article published on his blog, the Lord commends the initiative of Fiocruz and highlights that by prioritizing self-archiving by researchers, Fiocruz innovates. How come? Kuramoto: When drafted that post on my blog, I did not do anything to cheer frivolous, but because Fiocruz established a policy in accordance with the principles described by the statement Budapest Open Access Initiative (Boai), whose first strategy established the use of the concept of self-archiving (English, self archiving). That is, since its inception, the Open Access movement (OA) recommended that researchers themselves do the self-archiving of scientific production. In Brazil, the institutions of higher education preferred state university libraries as responsible for this deposit, and this causes the need for the author to sign an authorization for libraries to do so instead ..."


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Tags: oa.portuguese oa.advocacy oa.libraries oa.interviews oa.repositories oa.people

Date tagged:

07/11/2014, 13:22

Date published:

07/11/2014, 09:22