Posts Results for tag: Brazil

Reflections on the Application of the IAD Framework to analyze the Ubatuba Open Science Platform

By: Anne Clinio of the OCS and Community Development in Brazil Project Summary: Elinor Ostrom’s Institutional Analysis and Development (IAD) Framework demonstrated that a community can self-organize in order to use and manage sustainably a common pool resource in its favor, countering the thesis that individuals tend to develop opportunistic behaviors that result in overexploitation […]

The Impact of Brazil’s Virtual Herbarium in e-Science

By Dora Ann Lange Canhos1, Sidnei de Souza1, Alexandre Marino1, Vanderlei Perez Canhos1, and Leonor Costa Maia2 1Centro de Referência em Informação Ambiental – CRIA 2Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, UFPE Summary: Herbarium, a collection of preserved samples of plants and fungi and associated data, is key documentation of the biodiversity of the past and an […]

Open Science Round of Talks – Ciência Aberta Ubatuba

By: Felipe Fonseca on Ciëncia Aberta Ubatuba SUMMARY:  A set of “Round of Talks” on Open Science took place in October 2015 in Brazil. The meeting brought together diverse stakeholders from the field, in order to explore a variety of questions and issues around how to make science more accessible, what is already being done […]

Ciência Aberta Ubatuba – Ubatuba Open Science, Brazil

By Sarita Albagli of IBICT   Ciência Aberta Ubatuba organised its first local meeting on April 10th. The objective of the gathering was to introduce goals and plans of the project coordinated by IBICT, with the support of OCSDNet and IDRC, to a group of potential stakeholders – representatives from research organisations, nonprofits, schools and the […]