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ZANOTTI, Agustín; ISOGLIO, Antonela  and  PICCOTTO, Natalia. Implementación de la política nacional de acceso abierto en tres instituciones argentinas. Palabra clave [online]. 2021, vol.10, n.2, pp.123-123. ISSN 1853-9912.

In Argentina, the Open Access Movement (OA) began to spread among librarians and researchers in 2003. The national government promoted the greenway to OA by creating the National System of Digital Repositories and the mandate to make available the results and research data financed with public funds (Law 26.899). Throughout the article we examine the process of implementing this policy in three institutions of the National System of Science, Technology and Innovation: the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research, the National University of Córdoba and the Villa María National University. The case study is based on a comparative matrix with data obtained from institutional and repository websites, interviews with key informants and analysis of legal texts. It consists of five dimensions: technology; procedures; contents; visibility and usability; complementary actions. The results show that the growth of OA expresses particular trajectories in each institution, which are manifested in organizational forms and work processes, volume and type of deposited content, administrative guidelines and adopted technologies, among other aspects. Here we observe an interaction between general policy, local contexts and those responsible for implementation.

Keywords : Open access; Scientific information policies; Scientific production; Digital repositories; Argentina.

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