Motivación, barreras e incentivos para la compartición y reutilización de los datos de investigación. Visión de los investigadores

Autores/as

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2019.sep.16

Palabras clave:

Datos de investigación, Compartición de datos, Reutilización de datos, Hábitos de investigadores, Motivación, Barreras.

Resumen

Compartir en abierto y facilitar el acceso a los datos de investigación, su uso y reutilización no son prácticas habituales entre los investigadores, a excepción de determinadas disciplinas, como la meteorología, la genética o la astronomía. Las políticas de las instituciones, de algunas editoriales y de las agencias que financian la investigación han provocado que esta cultura de compartir y gestionar los datos de investigación cobre una especial relevancia. Sin embargo, existen barreras como el miedo de los investigadores a que les quiten la primicia y a ser copiados, a que se haga un mal uso de sus datos, a perder el control o infringir la legislación sobre la propiedad intelectual, con las que se enfrenta la comunidad científica para poder hacer que sus datos sean localizables, accesibles, interoperables y reutilizables (datos FAIR). En este trabajo se han analizado los pros y los contras de compartir y reutilizar los datos, basándonos en trabajos previos que han permitido vislumbrar hábitos y opiniones de los investigadores a este respecto.

Biografía del autor/a

Carolina Navarro-Molina, IATA_CSIC

Doctora en Documentación por la Universidad de Valencia. Master en Interacción Persona-Ordenador por la Universidad de Lleida. Sus líneas de investigación se centran en el estudio y evaluación de aspectos relacionados con la experiencia de usuario, e-learning, sistemas de visualización de la información y la evaluación de la investigación y publicaciones científicas

Remedios Melero, IATA-CSIC

Doctora en ciencias químicas por la Universidad de Valencia. Es investigadora en el Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de Alimentos, del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) y editora de la revista científica Food Science and International Technology. Es editora del Directory of Open Access Journalas (DOAJ). Miembro del comité científico de Redalyc y de Scielo España. Coordinadora del grupo de trabajo español de Acceso Abierto a la Ciencia y en la actualidad trabaja en un proyecto nacional relacionado con los datos de investigación y la ciencia abierta. Es miembro de la red  temática MAREDATA, y socia en el proyecto FOSTER+ (Facilitate Open Science Training for  European Research) para la promoción de las políticas europeas en  materia de open science y formación en temas afines.

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2019-11-06

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Navarro-Molina, C., & Melero, R. (2019). Motivación, barreras e incentivos para la compartición y reutilización de los datos de investigación. Visión de los investigadores. Profesional De La Información, 28(5). https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2019.sep.16

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