Becerril-García , Arianna and Aguado-López , Eduardo - The End of a Centralized Open Access Project and the Beginning of a Community-Based Sustainable Infrastructure for Latin America: Redalyc.org after Fifteen Years The Open Access ecosystem in Latin America

elpub:4615 - ELectronic PUBlishing, June 20, 2018, Connecting the Knowledge Commons: From Projects to Sustainable Infrastructure
The End of a Centralized Open Access Project and the Beginning of a Community-Based Sustainable Infrastructure for Latin America: Redalyc.org after Fifteen Years The Open Access ecosystem in Latin America

Authors: Becerril-García , Arianna and Aguado-López , Eduardo

The Latin American region has an ecosystem where the nature of publication is conceived as the act of making public, of sharing and not as the publishing industry. International, national and institutional contexts have led to a redefinition of a project—Redalyc.org—that begun in 2003 and that has already fulfilled its original mission: give visibility to knowledge generated in Latin America and promote quality of scientific journals. Nevertheless, it is mandatory to be transformed from a Latin American platform based in Mexico into a community-based regional infrastructure that continues assessing journals quality and providing access to full-text in benefit of journals visibility and free access to knowledge. A framework that generates technology in favor of the empowerment and professionalization of journal editors, making the editorial task in open access sustainable and that allows Redalyc to sustain itself collectively. This work describes the first Redalyc's model, presents the problematic in course and the new business model Redalyc is designing and adopting to operate on.


Source : oai:HAL:hal-01816693v1
DOI : 10.4000/proceedings.elpub.2018.27
Volume: Connecting the Knowledge Commons: From Projects to Sustainable Infrastructure
Section: Long Papers
Published on: June 20, 2018
Submitted on: June 20, 2018
Keywords: Open Access,Redalyc, Latin America, [ SHS.INFO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences


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