Reflexión y Análisis en torno a la comunicación de la ciencia
AmeliCA before Plan S – The Latin American Initiative to develop a cooperative, non-commercial, academic led, system of scholarly communication
She’s a research-professor at the School of Political and Social Sciences, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (Mexico). She specializes in semantic web, knowledge repositories and artificial intelligence. She’s the Executive Director of the Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America and the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal (Redalyc), and President of AmeliCA. Becerril is a member of the International Advisory Council of the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and co-founder of the “Mexican Network of Institutional Repositories” (Red Mexicana de Repositorios Institucionales) (REMERI). Her primary aim of research and advisory is the search of science communication in digital, sustainable and intelligent contexts.
Aguado is a sociologist, professor-researcher at the School of Political and Social Sciences, UAEM, Mexico. His research interests are Open Access, social appropriation and visibility of science, quality education, bibliometrics, and sociology of scientific knowledge. He’s the General Director and founder of Redalyc, a project that fosters free Access to Latin American scholarly knowledge, especially with regards to Social Sciences and Humanities. He’s registered at the “National System of Researchers of Mexico” (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores [SNI] de México).
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