Los investigadores junior españoles y su implicación en la ciencia abierta

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesdoc.470671
Palabras clave: Ciencia abierta, acceso abierto, datos abiertos, comunicación de la investigación, impacto, jóvenes investigadores, España

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El objetivo es indagar en las actitudes y prácticas de los jóvenes investigadores españoles hacia la ciencia abierta. Se analiza su interés por compartir en abierto publicaciones y datos, por colaborar con otros investigadores y stakeholders, por difundir su investigación y por perseguir el impacto de los resultados científicos.

La metodología se fundamenta en entrevistas y encuestas dirigidas a Early Career Researchers (ECRs) españoles.

Los resultados muestran el interés de los investigadores noveles por la ciencia abierta, pero también la necesidad de reconocimiento de las acciones implicadas en ella como requisito para su consolidación entre investigadores en situación precaria. La financiación es también un factor crítico a considerar.

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Rodríguez, B., & Nicholas, D. (2021). Los investigadores junior españoles y su implicación en la ciencia abierta. Anales de Documentación, 24(2). https://doi.org/10.6018/analesdoc.470671
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