Análise de domínio de políticas institucionais de acesso aberto no Brasil
Café, Luísa Chaves
Cavalcanti, Vanessa Oliveira de Macêdo
Barros, Camila Monteiro de
Vital, Luciane Paula
Alvarez, Edgar Bisset
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Introduction:Open Access to scientific literature is a movement that has been developing for more than two decades and has become more complex as a domain of knowledge. Because ofthe advances in thisarea,someinstitutions create open access policies that express norms, values and paradigms on the subject. Objective:The objective of this study is to identify the fundamental aspects of open access representations in Brazilian institutional policies. Methodology:It uses as a qualitative approach the domain analysis and the theoretical-methodological course of content analysis through the application of the categorical technique. Performs the mapping of documents from the Melibea open access policy directory. Results:It points out that there is acknowledgment of the importance of open access as a strategy for the democratization and universalization of knowledge for society and indicates important aspects from the viewpoint of analyzed Brazilian institutions such as copyright, preservation, and open data. Conclusion:It concludes that there are terminological relationships to be considered in the open access domain and that the policies are important to institutionally align the understanding of fundamental concepts as well as to guide open access practices.