The evolution of the open science institutional repository at the Autonomous University of Carmen and recommendations for it is continued population

Keywords: Digital repositories; Institutional repository; open access, library collections; repository development; repository legislation; digital library

Abstract

This paper presents the birth of the institutional repository of open science of the Autonomous University of Carmen called Runacar in February 2020 and its evolution to date. In this sense, throughout the implementation of the institutional repository in the University they have encountered a diversity of problems at the time of the population of the repository, on the one hand, by the integration of the resources of academic, scientific, technological and innovation information generated in the University, and on the other hand, the resources that integrate the professors-researchers of the University. Therefore, the methodology used and the recommendations for the continuous population of the institutional repository are evidenced, as well as to keep the appropriate metadata record for interoperability with the national repository and with the Mexican network of institutional repositories.

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Author Biographies

Felipe Cocón, Autonomous University of Carmen - México

Ph.D. Information technology and Informatics system, Master of Science with a specialization in Computer Systems, Computer engineering. Professor and researcher

Damaris Perez-Cruz, Autonomous University of Carmen - México

Master of Science with a specialization in Computer Systems, computer science degree. Professor and researcher.

Gustavo Verduzco-Reyes, Autonomous University of Carmen - México

Ph. D. Strategic Planning and Technology Management, Master of Science in Computer. Professor and researcher.

Ulises Barradas Arenas, Autonomous University of Carmen - México

Ph.D. Education Technology, Master in Telecommunications, Computer science degree. Professor and researcher.

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Published
2022-09-11
How to Cite
Cocón, F., Perez-Cruz, D., Verduzco-Reyes, G., & Barradas Arenas, U. (2022). The evolution of the open science institutional repository at the Autonomous University of Carmen and recommendations for it is continued population . Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 7(33), e210945. https://doi.org/10.46652/rgn.v7i33.945