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ALFABETIZACION

INFORMACIONAL
Sócrates Quispe-Condori, PhD
Director de Investigación
Facultad de Ingeniería y Arquitectura

Ing. Edgar Mayta Pinto


¿Porqué el curso?

Source: www.openeducation.net
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El objetivo

Knowledge at your fingertips

“El conocimiento en la punta de los dedos”

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Capacidades al información
1. Buscar y obtener final delcientífica
curso-taller
/
técnica / académica usando bases de datos
especializadas.

Antes Después
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2. Administrar la información obtenida en la
redacción de documentos usando software
especializado.

Antes Después
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I. Búsqueda de
información en
bases de datos
especializadas.

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1. Definición Información Técnica -
Científica
INFORMACIÓN
conjunto de datos que están organizados y
que tienen un significado

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InformaciónThecientífica
term “scientific information”
means factual inputs, data, models,
analyses, technical information, or
scientific assessments related to
such disciplines as the behavioral
and social sciences, public health
and medical sciences, life and earth
sciences, engineering, or physical
sciences.
This includes any communication or representation of knowledge such as
facts or data, in any medium or form, including textual, numerical, graphic,
cartographic, narrative, or audiovisual forms.

Source: www.ocio.usda.gov/qi_guide/

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Tipos de fuentes de información
Existen diferentes tipos de fuentes de información:

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Fuentes de Información Científica
•Fuentes Físicas
- Fuentes Primarias:
Libros.
Papers (Artículos Científicos) de revistas especializadas.
Tesis.

- Fuentes Secundarias.
Periódicos serios.
Comunicaciones personales.

•Fuentes Virtuales
- Fuentes Primarias:
Ídem al anterior.

- Fuentes Secundarias
Sitios creados por instituciones reconocidas científicamente.

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¿Qué no es información científica?

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2. Búsqueda en internet

Sistemas que buscan en Internet cuando les pedimos


información sobre algún tema.

Generales Especializados
(Sirven para realizar investigación)
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2.1. Motores de búsqueda generales
http://www.google.com

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About 10,200,000 results (0.15 seconds) Advanced search

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When quality really matters, use our PhD and MD editing Protocol Design, Clinical Safety
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experts. Regulatory Advice & Submissions
News
Scientific writing - Wikipedia, the free See your ad here »
Shopping
encyclopedia
Books en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_writing - Cached
[edit] History. Scientific writing in English started in the
More 14th century. The Royal Society established good practice
for scientific writing. ...

Any time [PDF] SCIENTIFIC WRITING BOOKLET


Past hour www.biochem.arizona.edu/marc/Sci-Writing.pdf
Past 24 hours File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View
Past week SCIENTIFIC WRITING. BOOKLET. Compiled by Marc E.
Tischler, Ph.D. Department of Biochemistry & Molecular
Past month
Biophysics. University of Arizona ...
Past year
Custom range...
How to Write Guide: Introduction to Journal-Style
Scientific Writing
More search tools www.bates.edu/~ganderso/biology/.../writing/HTWgeneral.html
- Cached
While this guide (a others like it) is a necessary tool of
Something different learning the scientific writing style and format, it is not
academic writing sufficient, by itself, to make you an ...
business writing
oral communication GUIDELINES ON STYLE FOR SCIENTIFIC
technical writing WRITING
report writing www.sportsci.org/jour/9901/wghstyle.html - Cached
In this article I provide guidelines for writing in scientific
style, starting with the detail of punctuation and working up
through to the whole document. ...

The Science of Scientific Writing » American


Scientist
www.americanscientist.org › PAST ISSUE - Cached
by G Gopen - Cited by 187 - Related articles
2 Jan 2011 – The Science of Scientific Writing. If the
reader is to grasp what the writer means, the writer must
understand what the reader needs ...
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WRITING A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ARTICLE
2.2. Consejos para una búsqueda
objetiva
¿Como hacer una
búsqueda
objetiva?

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1. Identificar las palabras claves para la búsqueda

Actividad 1: Palabras claves de sus temas de investigación – Español e Inglés

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2. Para buscar una frase explicita:

Encierre la frase a buscar entre comillas.


Ejemplo:

food engineering
“food engineering”

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3. Para eliminar páginas que contengan una
determinada palabra

Usar el signo menos (-) al inicio de la palabra que


no se desea.
Ejemplo:

“food engineering” –school

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4. Para hacer una búsqueda en un site específico

Usar la siguiente nomenclatura:


palabra clave site:www.somesite.com
Ejemplo:

quinoa (quinua)
quinoa site:www.fao.org
Actividad 2: Buscar artículos publicados en revistas de negocios
1. Seleccionar una revista especializada en alimentos
2. Usando el Google buscar artículos sobre quinoa
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5. Para buscar la información en un tipo de
documento específico:
Usar el modificador "filetype:” luego de la(s) palabra(s).
Ejemplo:

“food engineering” filetype:pdf


“food processing” filetype:doc
“food science” filetype:xls
“food technology” filetype:ppt
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6. Esto OR Aquello; Esto AND aquello
Si se busca por dos o más términos que estén presentes
en el site, es posible usar los operadores OR y AND
(Nota: Ambos operadores tienen que estar en
mayúscula).
Ejemplos:

“food engineering” OR nutrition


“food engineering” AND nutrition

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7. Comodines
Los comodines pueden ser usados para
representar una o más palabras en la cadena de
búsqueda.

* = Encuentra una palabra o palabras


cualesquiera que podría(n) estar presente en
la oración.
Ejemplo:
“business administration * my life”

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2.2. Motores de búsqueda
Especializados (Metabuscadores)

www.scirus.com

Is the most comprehensive science-specific search engine on


the Internet. Scirus searches over 440 million science-
specific Web pages

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http://scholar.google.es/

Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for


scholarly literature.

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www.scopus.com
The largest abstract and citation database of research
literature and quality web sources covering nearly 18,000
titles from more than 5,000 publishers.

If you have a portable username and


password, you can log in above to access
Scopus.

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www.hub.sciverse.com

SciVerse Hub is your key to performing advanced


searches across SciVerse ScienceDirect and SciVerse
Scopus content, and web content.

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www.sciencedirect.com
ScienceDirect is a leading full-text scientific database offering
journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-
reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books. There are
currently more than 9.5 million articles/chapters.
 
Elsevier
has digitized as much of the pre 1995 journal owned-content as
possible, bringing articles from as far back as 1823

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The home of scholarly research

www.ingentaconnect.com
ingentaconnect gives you access to the largest linking network of its
kind online. ingentaconnect is ideal for publishers looking to put their
content online for the first time, increase the global visibility of their
publications, or who are looking for an additional online channel to
market.

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www.jstor.org
It is a not–for–profit service that helps scholars, researchers,
and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of
content in a trusted digital archive of over one thousand five
hundred academic journals and other scholarly content

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www.dotlib.com
DotLib ofrece lo mejor en contenido científico mundial en
muchas formas de publicaciones electrónicas. Ofrecemos un
catálogo con numerosos títulos de revistas, libros, bases de
datos, libros raros y colecciones de referencia de los
archivos, los sistemas de toma de decisiones, las bibliotecas,
multimedia y más.

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Base de Datos – Universidad Peruana
Unión

http://search.ebscohost.com
As the leading database and eBook provider for libraries and other

institutions — more than 375 full-text and secondary research

databases and more than 300,000 eBooks and audiobooks


available via the EBSCOhost platform

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Buscadores de Artículos / Libros

http://books.google.es

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www.crcnetbase.com
CRCnetBASE is made up of over 8000 online books that span over
40 disciplines. In addition to e-books published under the imprint
CRC Press, CRCnetBASE also includes online references from
Auerbach and Chapman & Hall. The powerful research platform has
been adopted throughout the world at academic and corporate
institutions.

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www.e-libro.com
e-Libro es el futuro de la investigación científica. Este sistema
pone al servicio de todas las bibliotecas y de usuarios de banda

ancha los más importantes contenidos académicos, textos,

apuntes de cátedra, artículos de revistas científicas,


investigaciones, etc.,

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http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/

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www.who.int/hinari/

HINARI was launched in January 2002, with some 1500 journals from 6
major publishers: Blackwell, Elsevier Science, the Harcourt Worldwide
STM Group, Wolters Kluwer International Health & Science, Springer
Verlag and John Wiley. Today more than 150 publisher partners
are offering more than 15,000 information resources in
HINARI and many others are joining the programme.

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www.aginternetwork.org
The AGORA program, set up by the Food and Agriculture Organization of
the UN (FAO) together with major publishers, enables developing
countries to gain access to an outstanding digital library collection in the
fields of food, agriculture, environmental science and related social
sciences. AGORA provides a collection of 1900 journals to institutions in
107 countries.

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www.oaresciences.org

An international public-private consortium coordinated by the United


Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Yale University, and leading

science and technology publishers. Over 4,150 peer reviewed titles


owned and published by over 350 prestigious publishing houses and
scholarly societies are now.

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www.wipo.int/ardi/
Currently, 12 publishers provide access to over
200 journals for 107 developing countries through the
ARDI program.

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www.research4life.org
Research4Life is a public-private partnership of the WHO, FAO, UNEP,
WIPO, Cornell and Yale Universities and the International Association of
Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers. The concept of Research4Life
is simple: research in health, agriculture and the environment
is better informed when it is based on the most recent, high
quality and relevant scientific knowledge. Research4Life applies
this, delivering knowledge to the world’s poorest countries.

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Open Access Journal (OAJ)

Open Access journals are journals that use a funding model that does

not charge readers or their institutions for access. From the


BOAI definition [1] of "open access" we take the right of users to "read,

download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full


texts of these articles" as mandatory for a journal to be included in
the directory.
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[1] http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/boaifaq.htm#openaccess
www.doaj.org
The aim of the Directory of Open Access Journals is to increase the

visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and


scholarly journals thereby promoting their increased usage and
impact. The Directory aims to be comprehensive and cover all open
access scientific and scholarly journals that use a quality control
system to guarantee the content. In short a one stop shop for users to
Open Access Journals.
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www.scielo.org
SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online
(Biblioteca Científica Eletrônica em Linha) é um
modelo para a publicação eletrônica cooperativa
de periódicos científicos na Internet.
Especialmente desenvolvido para responder às
necessidades da comunicação científica nos países
em desenvolvimento e particularmente na
América Latina e Caribe

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Buscadores por especialidad

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
NCBI's literature databases constitute an extended
searchable library of the life sciences literature.

PubMed Bookshelf PubMed Central


Nucleotide BLAST PubMed Health
Genome SNP Gene
Protein PubChem
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http://publications.copernicus.org/

Copernicus Publications is a publisher of high quality literature in

science since 1994 and an Open Access publisher since 2001.


We are specialized in serving scientific associations in publishing
and distributing their journals and we play a leading role in the
area of transparent Public Peer-Review.

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http://en.scientificcommons.org/

Details at a Glance
• Publications 38354162
• Authors 13543331
• Repositories 1269

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www.freefullpdf.com

The aim of FreeFullPDF.com is to increase the visibility and ease

of use of open access scientific journals, theses, posters

and patents. All scientific subjects are covered and all content
are freely available in PDF format.

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http://eprints.rclis.org/

Over 11,500 papers have been archived to date. It is freely

accessible, aligned with the Open Access (OA) movement and


is a voluntary enterprise. E-LIS has grown to include a team of

volunteer editors from 44 countries and support for 22

languages.
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www.inasp.info

• Access to national and international scholarly information


and knowledge
• Use, creation, management and uptake of scholarly
information and knowledge via appropriate ICTs
• National, regional and international cooperation, networking
and knowledge exchange

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http://research.allacademic.com/

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Búsqueda en páginas de Editoras de
Elsevier Journals

www.elsevier.com

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Springer

www.springer.com

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John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

www.wiley.com

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Taylor & Francis Group

www.taylorandfrancis.com

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Blackwell Publishing

www.blackwell-synergy.com

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Haworth Press

www.haworthpress.com

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American Chemical Society

pubs.acs.org

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HighWire Press

http://highwire.stanford.edu/
Almacena un gran número de revistas, muchas de ellas con políticas de acceso
abierto.

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Sage Publications

www.sagepub.com

SAGE Publications is an independent international publisher of


journals, books, and electronic media. Known for our commitment to
quality and innovation, we are a world leader in our chosen scholarly,
educational, and professional markets.

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6. Búsqueda en Oficinas de Patentes
International offices

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National offices

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Instituto Nacional de Defensa de la
Competencia y de la Protección de
la Propiedad Intelectual

www.indecopi.gob.pe

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7. Búsqueda en Bibliotecas digitales

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http://bdtd.ibict.br/pt

Projeto da Biblioteca Digital Brasileira de Teses e Dissertações (BDTD),


que integra os sistemas de informação de teses e dissertações
existentes nas instituições de ensino e pesquisa brasileiras, e também
estimula o registro e a publicação de teses e dissertações em meio
eletrônico.

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www.dissertation.com

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www.ndltd.org

The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) is an


international organization that, through leadership and innovation,
promotes the adoption, creation, use, dissemination and preservation
of electronic theses and dissertations.

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www.tesisenred.net/

TDX (Theses and Dissertations Online) is a digital cooperative repository


of doctoral theses presented at some Spanish universities. The
consultation of theses is opened and allows the user to construct
searches on the complete text of the files by author, advisor, title,
knowledge area, university and department of publication, year of
defense, etc.

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www.phddata.org

This site is the product of the combined initiative and efforts of several
doctorate students in the U.S.A., Argentina and Israel, who felt the
need for one site that would concentrate all existing information on
doctoral researches around the world.

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www.capes.gov.br/servicos/banco-de-teses

Facilitar o acesso a informações sobre teses e dissertações defendidas


junto a programas de pós-graduação do país (Brasil). O Banco de Teses
faz parte do Portal de Periódicos da Capes/MEC.

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ò Ing Edgar Mayta Pinto
edmayta@hotmail.com