OPEN SCIENCE AND THE SCIENCE EDUCATION FIELD: PERSPECTIVES AND DIALOGUES
A CIÊNCIA ABERTA E A ÁREA DE EDUCAÇÃO EM CIÊNCIAS: PERSPECTIVAS E DIÁLOGOS
Palavras-chave:Open Science, Science Education.
It presents the editorial practices of the journal to be implemented in the next quadrennium according to the open science movement.
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