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Title: Estado da arte dos marcos regulatórios brasileiros rumo à ciência aberta
Author: Rezende, Laura
Abadal, Ernest
Keywords: Accés obert
Literatura científica
Open access publishing
Scientific literature
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Abstract: Objective: To present a Brazilian overview of regulatory frameworks that directly influence the practice of Open Science considering the sphere of government, institutions and funding agencies. Method: Descriptive and exploratory study with qualitative approach. Result: The analyses are divided into two blocks: the first with Brazilian legal regulatory frameworks coming from governmental institutions, which total six (6) regulations with topics related to transparency and openness of data, acts and scientific practice; the second block brings regulatory frameworks coming from scientific institutions totaling twentysix (26) policies, one (1) from funding agency and four (4) regulations from institutions providing information products and services. Conclusions: It is concluded that Brazil has been following its path in a singular and outstanding way, since the opening of the scientific practice is in a phase considered transitory, consolidating the Open Access and inaugurating the Open Science, having the government as an essential agent for this implementation.
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It is part of: Encontros Bibli: revista eletrônica de biblioteconomia e ciência da informação, 2020, vol. 25
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ISSN: 1518-2924
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