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BAR - Brazilian Administration Review
versão On-line ISSN 1807-7692
DE SORDI, José Osvaldo; MEIRELES, Manuel e VALENTIM, Marta Lígia Pomim. New technologies, old habits: automation without innovation. BAR, Braz. Adm. Rev. [online]. 2012, vol.9, n.1, pp. 110-126. ISSN 1807-7692. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1807-76922012000100007.
This research investigated the underuse of technological tools by innovative organizations which are acknowledged for their use of and familiarity with new technologies. The research conducted an analysis of 58 institutional repositories (IRs) out of 43 educational and research institutions which are internationally renowned for excellence. The core aspect of the analysis was the use of IRs for publishing and dealing with evidence in order to legitimize and add value to scientific research. The following items were analyzed: (a) the logical structuring of scientific communication published in the IRs; (b) the metadata which describe scientific communication based on the terms of the DCMI protocol used; (c) the availability of software functions which facilitate the queries and publication of evidences. Results show that the introduction of IRs did not add value to the quality of research in\ terms of associating and publishing evidence that could back them up. A strong tendency to replicate the traditional library model of physical collections was observed. It was concluded that merely possessing good technological tools is not sufficient for fostering innovation and strategic gains in organizations, even if their implementation takes place in highly promising and favorable environments.
Palavras-chave : institutional repository; research evidence; research communication; DSpace.