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Modelo de Repositório Institucional para Escolas do 3.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico e do Secundário

Silva, Fernanda Pedrosa da
Fonte: [s.n.] Publicador: [s.n.]
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2013 POR
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Dissertação apresentada à Universidade Fernando Pessoa como parte dos requisitos para obtenção do grau de Mestre em Ciências da Informação e da Documentação; Este trabalho tem como objetivo geral promover a reflexão participada do professor bibliotecário, do diretor, de professores do Ensino Básico e do Secundário e dos alunos, em busca de um novo sentido para a biblioteca escolar. Analisou-se o investimento de uma escola de 3.º ciclo do Ensino Básico e Secundário na sua biblioteca, tendo em conta as características, as competências informacionais e as necessidades da sua população discente, dominada, cada vez mais, pela diversidade cognitiva, socioeconómica, linguística e pelo multiculturalismo. Na sequência do referido, propõe-se um modelo de repositório institucional (RI) para uma escola do 3º ciclo do Ensino Básico e do Secundário – a Secundária Carolina Michaëlis (Cedofeita, Porto) – mas que terá a potencialidade de ser adaptado a outras escolas com características análogas. Metodologicamente, a investigação é um estudo que pretende identificar se as condições relativas à implementação de um repositório institucional se encontram reunidas. Os dados foram recolhidos através de entrevistas semiestruturadas aos docentes e de ques-tionários aos alunos. A nossa amostra foi composta por 120 alunos (4 turmas do Ensino Básico e 2 turmas do Ensino Secundário) e por 10 professores. Os dados foram analisados de forma quantitativa...

A conversão de registros na implantação de repositórios institucionais: o caso do Repositório Institucional UNESP

Assumpção, Fabrício Silva; Silva, Renata Eleuterio da; Ferreira, Jaider Andrade; Bastos, Flávia Maria
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG)
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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O Repositório Institucional UNESP foi criado em 2013 e, para sua implantação, foi povoado com dados obtidos de forma automática. Considerando a experiência realizada na UNESP, este trabalho tem por objetivo apresentar os processos utilizados para a conversão dos registros coletados de três diferentes fontes de dados (Web of Science, SciELO e Scopus) para inclusão no repositório. A partir da coleta dos registros, os padrões de metadados da Web of Science, da SciELO e da Scopus foram mapeados para o perfil de aplicação de metadados utilizado no repositório. Os registros foram coletados como arquivos XML e, para sua conversão, foram elaboradas folhas de estilo utilizando a linguagem XSLT. Após essa conversão, os arquivos XML foram convertidos em arquivos CSV e, então, importados no Repositório. Conclui-se que os processos de conversão utilizados permitiram alcançar as metas iniciais do Repositório e evitaram a necessidade de inclusão dos registros de forma manual.; The UNESP Institutional Repository was started in 2013 and, for its implementation, it was populated with data harvested automatically from three distinct sources (Web of Science, SciELO and Scopus). Based on UNESP’s case, this paper aims to present the process used in the conversion of records from three distinct sources (Web of Science...

The behavior of academic investigators using an institutional repository

Sarmento e Souza, M. F.; Baptista, Ana Alice; Ramos, Isabel
Fonte: International Federation for Information Processing. Working Group 8.2 Publicador: International Federation for Information Processing. Working Group 8.2
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em /12/2004 ENG
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Institutional repositories (IRs) are a new strategy for universities to expedite changes in scientific communication. They are digital collections that store, preserve, and make available the intellectual output of one or more universities. Housing this production in an IR can solve problems such as the high acquisition and maintenance costs of collections, and the publication of gray literature, reports and post-prints. However, the IR brings new questions about copyright that are still in discussion. It can also improve the situation of the universities that are responsible for producing 70% of the scientific papers, buying from commercial editors about 90% of the articles they consume, compromising part of the budget in the acquisition of periodicals that bring back the results of their own work. The use of open archives by IRs should stimulate self-archiving, since it assures a more efficient dissemination of digital documents. However, self-archiving is a new task, sometimes perceived as an additional burden in overcrowded schedules, not yet part of the habits and routines of researchers and academic staff. This work is justified in a socio-cultural context, especially in understanding the behavior of investigators from different knowledge areas and cultures in their acceptance and use of IRs...

RepositóriUM : the implementation of an Institutional Repository

Ferreira, Miguel; Rodrigues, Eloy
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 21/02/2007 ENG
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Apresentação efectuada no Congress About Free Software in Libraries, 2, Jaume Fuster Library, Barcelona, 21 Fevereiro 2007.; Institutional repositories may be defined as information systems capable of storing, preserving and providing access to the intellectual output produced by the members of a given institution. Within the specific context of a university, an institutional repository may contribute to increase its visibility and significance within academia as it concentrates and promotes the results of research activities carried out in the organisation. Additionally, an institutional repository nourishes the ideal of an “institutional memory” by managing and preserving relevant informational items that otherwise would remain scattered, unattended or inaccessible. Closely related to concept of an institutional repository is the Open Access movement. Open Access means free online access to digital scholarly material – primarily peer-reviewed research papers, but extending also to other digital content that authors wish to make freely available to all users online [1]. Institutional repositories are considered the prime vehicle for the promotion and dissemination of such material. The Documentation Services of the University of Minho (SDUM) [2] have embraced the Open Access initiative with incommensurable passion and engaged in the implementation and promotion of its own institutional repository...

Carrots and sticks : some ideas on how to create a successful institutional repository

Ferreira, Miguel; Rodrigues, Eloy; Baptista, Ana Alice; Saraiva, Ricardo
Fonte: Corporation for National Research Initiatives Publicador: Corporation for National Research Initiatives
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2008 ENG
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In this article, we tackle the ubiquitous problems of slow adoption and low deposit rates often seen in recently created institutional repositories. The article begins with a brief description of the implementation process of RepositoriUM, the institutional repository of the University of Minho, and moves on to thoroughly describe the set of activities included in a strategic plan specially designed to undertake the previously outlined problems. Among those activities are the development of an adequate promotional plan, development of value-added services for authors, engagement in the international community and definition of a self-archiving mandate policy. The article also provides some figures on the results of the strategic plan and explores future initiatives being devised to further increase the adoption of the repository.; Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT).

Creating an Institutional Repository: LEADIRS Workbook

Barton, Mary R.; Waters, Margaret M.
Fonte: MIT Libraries Publicador: MIT Libraries
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 329822 bytes; application/pdf
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The Learning About Digital Institutional Repositories Seminars programme (LEADIRS) aims to describe and illustrate how to build an online institutional repository. The LEADIRS series of seminars present specialists from the UK and abroad sharing their expertise and experiences in building institutional repositories. This workbook book supplements the seminar presentations and offers practical advice as well as work sheets yo u can use to get started with your own repository programme. Where possible, we point you to real-world examples of planning aids or presentations used by university library teams in the UK and around the world.

Building a Business Plan for DSpace, MIT Libraries Digital Institutional Repository

Barton, Mary R.; Walker, Julie Harford
Fonte: Texas A&M University Publicador: Texas A&M University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 41199 bytes; application/pdf
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This paper presents an overview of the methodology and results of the MIT Libraries’ business plan development project for DSpace (http://www.dspace.org/), MIT’s digital institutional repository. The introductory section includes a description of DSpace, the objectives of the business plan project, and the current status of the DSpace project. The methodology section explains the process and tools with which the business plan was developed. The remainder of the paper describes the results of the business plan project, including the DSpace service definition, the cost model, potential funding sources, and future DSpace plans.

DSpace : An Institutional Repository from the MIT Libraries and Hewlett Packard Laboratories

Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 48799 bytes; application/pdf
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The DSpace™ project of the MIT Libraries and the Hewlett Packard Laboratories has built an institutional repository system for digital research material. This paper will describe the rationale for institutional repositories, the DSpace system, and its implementation at MIT. Also described are the plans for making DSpace open source in an effort to provide a useful test bed and a platform for future research in the areas of open scholarly communication and the long-term preservation of fragile digital research material.

Institutional Repositories, Policies, and Disruption

Lindahl, David ; Gibbons, Susan ; Foster, Nancy Fried ; Bell, Suzanne
Fonte: Universidade de Rochester Publicador: Universidade de Rochester
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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For many librarians, institutional repositories (IRs) promised significant change for academic libraries. We envisioned enlarging collection development scope to include locally produced scholarship and an expansion of library services to embrace scholarly publication and distribution. However, at the University of Rochester, as at many other institutions, this transformational technology was introduced in the conservative, controlled manner associated with stereotypical librarian culture, and so these expected changes never materialized. In this case study, we focus on the creation of our institutional repository (a potentially disruptive technology) and how its success was hampered by our organizational culture, manifested as a lengthy and complicated set of policies. In the following pages, we briefly describe our repository project, talk about our original policies, look at the ways those policies impeded our project, and discuss the disruption of those policies and the benefits in user uptake that resulted.

Those who don’t look don’t find: Disciplinary considerations in repository advocacy

Kingsley, Danny
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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*Purpose of this paper: By describing some of the often ignored aspects of repository advocacy, such as disciplinary differences and how these might affect the adoption of a particular institutional repository, this paper aims to offer practical guidance to repository managers and those responsible for open access and repository policy. *Design/methodology/approach: The argument uses examples from an empirical study of 43 in-depth interviews of academic staff in three disciplines, Chemistry, Computer Science and Sociology, at two Australian universities. The interviewees discussed their interaction with the literature as an author, a reader and a reviewer. *Findings: Disciplines are markedly different from one another, in terms of their subject matter, the speed of publication, information seeking behaviour and social norms. These all have bearing on the likelihood a given group will adopt deposit into an institutional repository as part of their regular work practice. *Practical implications: It is important to decide the purpose of the institutional repository before embarking on an advocacy program. By mapping empirical findings against both diffusion of innovations theory and writings on disciplinary differences, this paper shows that repository advocacy addressing the university academic population as a single unit is unlikely to be successful. Rather...

Open Access and DSpace@ScienceUofK IR Training Week at the Faculty of Science, University of Khartoum (July 24-30, 2011): a report

Baleela, Rania; Castro Martín, Pablo de
Fonte: Universidade Carlos III de Madrid Publicador: Universidade Carlos III de Madrid
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion; info:eu-repo/semantics/report Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 15/08/2011 ENG
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Along the week from Jul 24th to 30th, a series of training courses and dissemination activities on Open Access and the DSpace@ScienceUofK pilot Institutional Repository (IR) were held at the University of Khartoum (U of K) in the framework of the eIFL.net-funded OASCIR Project (Open Access Scientific Institutional Repository). OASCIR is a 10-month project aiming to promote awareness of Open Access-related issues among the U of K researchers and librarians. OASCIR started in March 2011 with the objective of setting up a DSpace-based pilot Institutional Repository (IR) for the Faculty of Science in the first place, then carrying out an Open Access advocacy campaign once the IR was running. Once the DSpace@ScienceUofK repository was released for the University of Khartoum IP address range on July 4th, two training courses on Open Access and the IR management were scheduled for the end of July, the first one mainly oriented to U of K librarians to be held on Jul 24-25th at the Electronic Library Computer Lab and the second, more researcher-focused one, to be carried out on Jul 27-28th at the Faculty of Science Old Lecture Theatre (OLT).; eIFL.net, Carlos III University Madrid; 7 pages, 5 photos

Ten Major Issues in Providing a Repository Service in Australian Universities

Henty, Margaret
Fonte: D-Lib Magazine Publicador: D-Lib Magazine
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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By mid 2006, all Australian universities had established, or were partway to establishing, institutional repository services. The development of institutional repository services can often be related to the open access movement, which seeks to make valued research outputs openly available by encouraging academics to place their publications into repositories, enhancing their availability and bypassing the high cost of journal subscriptions. However, many universities have extended the functionality of their repository services for other purposes, such as giving scholars the opportunity to develop their own research portfolio, providing a means of improving research reporting, establishing an electronic publishing service, or giving access to collections of images or other research outputs. The potential for development seems endless. At the same time, university research increasingly involves the use, generation, manipulation, sharing and analysis of digital resources. The importance of what is generally called "eResearch" on the national agenda shows the need for improved data management and sustainability practices to support research over the longer term. This raises questions of the relationship between the repository and eResearch and provides challenges to repository managers to broaden their thinking still further to help meet these needs. The Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR) was established in early 2004 with a focus on issues of access continuity and the sustainability of digital collections. In mid-2006...

Implementing an Institutional Repository: The DSpace Experience at MIT

Baudoin, Patsy; Branschofsky, Margret
Fonte: Haworth Press Publicador: Haworth Press
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 99788 bytes; application/pdf
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This paper describes MIT Libraries' experience implementing DSpace, a home-grown open source digital institutional repository, which other institutions may want to introduce as a service to their communities. MIT's introduction of DSpace as an operating service illustrates the many political and organizational considerations that must be addressed to establish and operate institutional repositories. In addition to detailing some of the policies developed and organizational changes undertaken, this article describes the kinds of questions future implementers of DSpace will want to answer. It also outlines the impacts the service has had on the library, on MIT, and on the perception of MIT Libraries within the Institute.

Digital.CSIC: el desarrollo de un repositorio institucional científico en el CSIC; Digital.CSIC: Development of a Scientific Institutional Repository at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

Castro, Pablo de; Oficina Técnica de Digital.CSIC
Fonte: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas Publicador: Conselho Superior de Investigações Científicas
Tipo: Comunicación de congreso Formato: 192131 bytes; application/pdf
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7 págs, 5 figs, 2 tabs.-- Contiene: Texto de la comunicación + Presentación ppt.-- Presentada en: FESABID 2009: XI Jornadas Españolas de Documentación; Sección "Experiencias profesionales" (Zaragoza, 21 de mayo de 2009).; [EN] At a time when institutional policies promoting Open Access to the results of public-funded research are starting to flourish in Spain, it is particularly interesting to know about the evolution and state of development of the archiving infrastructures that will serve as foundations for those policies. In the case of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), the Digital.CSIC Institutional Repository, http://digital.csic.es/, is steadily consolidating as one of the institution’s main scientific communication tools. A year and a half after its release in January 2008, the Digital.CSIC database already holds over 11.000 open-access full-text documents and keeps growing. The long-term objective of the Digital.CSIC repository is to become a digital institutional memory where the organisation’s whole research output is safely kept. In this communication the evolution of the Digital.CSIC Project is presented from its first step –the oficial signature of the Berlin Declaration by the CSIC back in January 2006– to the present. The case study of the development of a rather large institutional repository is as well intended to serve as an example for other organisations willing to have their own repository.; [ES] En un momento en el que empiezan a materializarse en España políticas institucionales de impulso del acceso abierto a los resultados de la investigación financiada con fondos públicos...

Repository increases visibility; Working for a new scholarly communication model at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC): the institutional Repository Digital.CSIC

Ponsati Obiols, Agnès; Castro, Pablo de; Oficina Técnica de Digital.CSIC
Fonte: Europa Science Publicador: Europa Science
Tipo: Artículo Formato: 192263 bytes; application/pdf
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Enclosed are both the author version of the paper and the final publisher version. The latter one is also available at: http://www.researchinformation.info/features/feature.php?feature_id=183.; The Spanish National Research Council has just launched an institutional repository. In this paper the process of setting up Digital.CSIC is explained, as well as the objectives and future lines of development of the CSIC institutional repository.; Peer reviewed

University of Wisconsin: NSpace: Exploring Architectural Design Principles for a Next-Generation Institutional Repository

Simpson, Mike; Downing, Jim
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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This presentation is intended to serve as a gentle but complete introduction to the architectural design elements of NSpace, a proof-of-concept prototype that explores an application infrastructure for a next-generation institutional repository. The NSpace architecture combines a number of emerging technologies to provide a flexible, modular framework for institutional repository development. The NSpace prototype uses a representational state transfer (REST) model for client/server communication, and employs a staged event-drive architecture (SEDA) manager for dynamic resource control and adaptive overload management; it also uses an inversion of control (IoC) container for runtime configuration of participating components. The NSpace framework cleanly separates client interfaces ("frontends") from server implementation details ("backend"). Frontends communicate with one or more backend servers using protocol-neutral transaction objects ("transactions"): clients embed transactions inside service request objects ("requests") that implement protocol details (i.e. the XML-over-HTTP "RESTful" communication model), and then execute the request. Request execution by the client replicates the transaction object to the backend server...

From digital library to institutional repository: a brief look at one library’s path

Buehler, Marianne; Trauernicht, Marcia
Fonte: Emerald Publicador: Emerald
Tipo: Case Study
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to give an overview of the initial transformation of one academic library’s digital media library into the institutional repository (IR) of its entire academic organization. Design/methodology/approach – Description of an academic digital library’s evolution into an institutional repository, accompanied by both practical and philosophical analyses. Findings – Materials supporting an academic institution’s scholarship (from colleges and from supporting organizations on campus) can play an important part in the success of an institutional repository. Standards for metadata content, data structures and hierarchies of collections must be followed consistently, and adequate storage for digital media within an institutional repository is necessary to have in advance of anticipated demand for the smooth operation of the IR and continued access to materials. Gray areas between the role of an institutional repository and the role of that organization’s archives need to be addressed in the future. Practical implications – Academic libraries can be highly successful in producing an institute repository by developing relationships with various organizations on campus in addition to the academic programs. Maintaining standards throughout the IR is crucial to future growth in an organized and consistent manner. Philosophical considerations of the role of the IR should be addressed in the beginning stages of the development of the IR for eliminating confusion and duplication of its contents with other campus organizations. Originality/value – This paper describes the development of a digital library...

BoRIS and BIA: CRIS and Institutional Repository integration at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Siciliano, Luigi; Schmidt, Sabine; Kinzler, Manuel
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Delivered at the CRIS2014 Conference in Rome; published in Procedia Computer Science 33 (Jul 2014).; Contains conference paper (6 pages) and presentation (14 slides).; This paper describes the implementation at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (FUB) of a Current Research Information System named BoRIS (Bozen-Bolzano Research Information System, an implementation of Avedas Converis 5 software) integrated not only with locally developed Human Resource Information (HRIS) and Financial systems (PIS) but also with an Institutional Repository BIA (Bozen-Bolzano Institutional Archive, an hosted instance of open source software DSpace 3.2) and the publication database of the Italian Ministry for Education, Universities and Research “Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, MIUR”.

Proposal for Creation of an Institutional Repository for the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Paraíba - IFPB; Proposta de Criação de um Repositório Institucional para o Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia da Paraíba – IFPB

Sousa, Beatriz Alves
Fonte: Federação Brasileira de Associações de Bibliotecários, Cientistas da Informação e Inst. Publicador: Federação Brasileira de Associações de Bibliotecários, Cientistas da Informação e Inst.
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf; audio/mpeg
Publicado em 01/08/2012 POR
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This study presents the result of a research which aimed at elaborating a proposal for creating an institutional repository for storing, preserving and managing the academic, technical and scientific IFPB production, in digital format. The used methodology was bibliographical and descriptive with qualitative approach being systematized by means of the following ways: firstly, a bibliographical survey in order to identify technological platforms already used as well as benefits, advantages and disadvantages; afterwards, it was intended to learn about the motivation and perspectives of the IFPB community in relation to the accomplishment of a digital repository, whose data was obtained through a questionnaire answered by the Institution’s employees; and thirdly, logical, technological and political strategies for the repository were defined, based on models operated in other institutions throughout the country relating the technical and technological structure with the IFPB needs. Finally, the Institutional Repository (IR) structure of the IFPB was fulfilled; Apresenta resultado de uma pesquisa que teve como objetivo de elaborar uma proposta de criação do repositório institucional para armazenar, preservar, e gerenciar a produção acadêmica técnico-científica do IFPB...

INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY OF THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF BAHIA: IMPLANTATION AND FOLLOW-UP; REPOSITORIO INSTITUCIONAL DE LA UNIVERSIDAD FEDERAL DE BAHÍA: implantación y acompañamiento.; Repositório Institucional da Universidade Federal da Bahia: implantação e acompanhamento

Rosa, Flavia; França Meirelles, Rodrigo; Palacios, Marcos
Fonte: UFPB Publicador: UFPB
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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Institutional repositories represent democratization of access to the scientific and cultural production of universities. The Federal University of Bahia is the oldest and main university of Bahia State and has important scientific production due, mainly, to its more than 60 graduate programs. It maintains, traditionally, a fruitful relationship with society trough its cultural activities. However it does not have a policy to disseminate its scientific production. Technological developments and worldwide movements like the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) allow it to: recuperate, store, provide and disseminate its researchers´ production. This paper aims at analyzing the definition and implantation of a Federal University of Bahia´s scientific communication policy, called Institutional Repository and based on the free software Dspace; Los repositorios institucionales representan la democratización del acceso a la producción científica y cultural de las instituciones de enseñanza superior (IES). La Universidad Federal de Bahía es la más antigua y la principal IES pública del Estado de Bahía, con una producción científica y cultural constante. Dicho volumen de producción se debe a sus más de 60 programas de post-grado, además del tradicional diálogo que mantiene la institución con la sociedad...