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The mission of the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology – Ibict, a research unit of the Federal Government linked to the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC), is “To promote competence, resource development and information infrastructure in science and technology for the production, socialization and integration of scientific and technological knowledge.” 

Faced with the novel Coronavirus pandemic and aligned with its institutional mission, IBICT developed the directory of open access scientific information sources on Coronavirus, which brings together the sources of scientific information on Coronavirus and COVID-19 freely available on the Internet. 

Considering the context of Open Science, know and also browse through the scientific information services that the Institute coordinates:

Brazilian Portal of Scientific Open Access Publications (oasisbr) 

This Portal is a multidisciplinary search service that gathers open access scientific publications from more than 1,000 collection sources, namely: theses and dissertations digital libraries, institutional repositories, and scientific journals. It puts at the disposal of the user more than 2,500,000 open access scientific documents. 

Brazilian Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (BDTD)

The Brazilian Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (BDTD) brings together and disseminates full texts of theses and dissertations defended in Brazilian teaching and research institutions. Access to this scientific production is free of charge.

Directory of editorial policies of Brazilian scientific journals (Diadorim)

Diadorim is an information service that gathers policies regarding storage and access to articles from Brazilian scientific journals in institutional/digital repositories. It is an important source of consultation so that authors, scientific editors and repository managers do not violate the publication agreement established between the author and the journal.

Common Repository of Brazil (Deposita)

Deposita is a repository created for researchers from Brazilian teaching and research institutions that do not yet have their own institutional repositories to deposit their scientific productions, allowing them to have visibility and access. In addition, it also aims to encourage the creation of institutional repositories in institutions that still lack them.  

Institutional Repository of IBICT (RIDI)

RIDI is the database used for the registration and dissemination of scientific production carried out within IBICT scope. It is composed of scientific articles, books, book chapters, theses, dissertations, research reports and other publications made by the researchers of the Institute. 

More On the Directory

The Directory of open access scientific information sources on Coronavirus aims to gather the sources of national and international scientific information, which provides content on Coronavirus and COVID-19 freely available on the Internet.

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  • Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia.
    SAUS Quadra 05 Lote 06 Bloco H – Asa Sul, Brasília-DF, 70070-912 - Brasil
  • diretoriodefontes@ibict.br

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