Virtual data room

Today, universities are in a continuous process of change generated by the information and knowledge society, where the transverse axis is information and communication technology (ICT), which is presented to expand access to information and knowledge through its most outstanding digital tool, the Internet.

Online repository of information. At universities, information and knowledge comes from scientific and academic materials, and to encourage access to it, many prefer to rely on the open access movement (AA), following the green path associated with the creation of information repositories. This study focuses on the information repositories of Argentinean national universities, which use AA guidelines as a resource for the academic transfer of their products.

In accordance with these considerations, the research methodology consists of the following steps: a description of international trends in AA movement, a description of the current panorama of repositories associated with Argentinean university institutions, and definition of information repositories National universities of Argentina from the latest available edition of the following information sources: OpenDOAR Directory of Open Access Repositories ), Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR), World Ranking of World Repositories (RWRM). This study seeks to contribute to building the status of AA movement in Argentina. Also think about how ICTs facilitate access to free and free information, known as the AA movement.

Today, universities are in a continuous process of change caused by the information society and the knowledge society. In both cases, cross-cutting priority is Information and Communication Technology (TIC), introduced to expand access to information and knowledge through its most prominent digital tool, the Internet. At universities, information and knowledge comes from scientific and academic work. To facilitate access to these products, many institutions prefer to rely on the Open Access (AA) movement, thereby following the green path associated with the creation of information repositories.

This study focuses on information repositories from national universities in Argentina, which use AA guidelines as an academic communications resource for production. In accordance with these considerations, the research methodology consists of the following steps: a description of international trends regarding the movement of AA, a description of the current scenario of storages associated with universities in Argentina, the definition of information storages at national universities in Argentina from the latest version is available from the following sources: Catalog of open repositories Access (OpenDOAR), Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR), Web ranking of world repositories (RWRM). This study aims to help create the contemporary art of the AA movement. He also aims to reflect on how the TIC facilitated access to open and free information, known as the AA movement.

The current context of universities is in a continuous process of change generated by the information and knowledge society, where the transverse axis is information and communication technology (ICT).

Talking about transversality means invoking the fact that in order to gain more and more extensive knowledge, the use of ICT through its most outstanding digital tool, the Internet, is inevitable. For higher education, especially for a university, the effects brought about by the introduction of ICTs, which permeate academic, educational, and cultural structures, inter alia, relate to a movement that represents the availability of information and knowledge, known as open access (AA). At universities, information and knowledge comes from scientific and academic publications, and to ensure access to it, 39% of 42 national universities registered with the National Interuniversity Council prefer to rely on the AA movement after the Green Way is associated with the creation of information repositories.

The basic and descriptive characteristics of AA electronic resources are scientific journals that relate to the golden path and the repository of information found on the green path. (Budapest Open Access Initiative, 2002). This work focuses on information repositories, such as offers, which are used by some national universities in Argentina to exchange scientific knowledge and foster a collaborative spirit in academic research. Before focusing on the current situation with information repositories in Argentinean national universities, a conceptual tour was conducted, which is proposed as the basis for the study.