Accessibility for Women Researchers to the Implementation of Open Science Best Practices: Reflections from Research Processes in UNA-CR

Gender equality (GE) and Open Science (OS) impact the academic work and knowledge management of women in higher education. Their integration establishes the need to rethink how knowledge is accessed, who participates in the research, under what conditions and roles, and what are the challenges impli...

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Main Authors: Penabad-Camacho, María Amalia, Penabad-Camacho, Liana, Morera-Castro, Maria, Alonso Ubieta, Suyen, Cordero-Cordero, Stephanie, Soto Blanco, Ana María
Format: Conferencia
Language: Inglés
Published: IV Congreso Internacional de Editores Redalyc, Octubre 23 - 24, 2023. Toluca, México 2024
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Online Access: http://hdl.handle.net/11056/27126
Summary: Gender equality (GE) and Open Science (OS) impact the academic work and knowledge management of women in higher education. Their integration establishes the need to rethink how knowledge is accessed, who participates in the research, under what conditions and roles, and what are the challenges implied in promoting egalitarian environments. The UNA Women Researchers Network (Red de Mujeres Investigadoras) from the UNA is a project that, since 2017, brings together women scholars from the university. Its aim is to position and articulate their work. The results of this poster present principal results based on the answers received from women that make part of this network. Purpose: Research about the knowledge and perceptions of UNA-CR women scholars about Open Science (OS), in order to identify actions that allow greater access to OS as a mechanism to promote gender equality in the institution.