ROCK Access

This great one I invent of Ginsparg provided an alternative that the scientific community needed to exceed the barriers that came facing how much to the access to the scientific information. After this contribution carried through for Ginsparg, starts to appear the happened effect of this contribution, therefore the first scientific publications appear of opened access, of which according to Melero and Garci’a (2008 apud ROCK, 2009) they are ' '? The public-access to computer systems review? , distributed for e-mail in form of bulletin, …? Surface? e? Psycoloquy? … ' '. These publications had been sufficiently excellent for the movement of opened access, since they had allowed gratuitousness of the contents in the Internet and also they make possible that copyright was concernente to the authors. Already in 1999, the Convention of F Saint occurs, whose intention was to promote the quarrel and the initiative of free access, calling them, thus, of Open Archives Initiative (OAI). Kuratomo (2006, P. 95), writes that ' ' main goal of this initiative is to contribute of intent form for the transformation of the communication cientfica' '.

This Convention allowed that it had manifestations regarding the events of that period, in the case, ' ' crisis of peridicos' ' , considering new significant changes. As example, the model of repositories e-prints of Ginsparg, facilitating the scientific communication and to become it accessible the members of the scientific community. This proposal presented by Ginsparg established in the Convention three basic principles that are boarded for Triska and Caf (2001, P. 92): – auto-filling: the author sends the text for publication, without the intervention of other people. The objective is to quickly have accessible electronic publications and with great abrangncia; – revision for the community: it has as intention the suggestion and transparency critical that are made to the electronic texts deposited in the repository.