Information and Technology in ENANCIB: Trends of GT #08

The scientific development established between areas of knowledge has as main characteristic the activities developed by the scientific community, which is set for the research activities and collective research groups, in an individually way. Analyzes are performed through indicators on science and technology that provide measures about some aspects identified in the scientific literature.

This study aims to map papers presented on the Working Group Information and Technology – GT 08 at ENANCIB, from years between 2008 and 2015.

Enhanced Publication aspects in Thesis and Dissertations

The aim of this research is to study aspects involved in enhanced publication context, especially for cases of thesis and dissertations and several documents that became part of the new range of elements of these results, providing subsidies for the development of a conceptual basis to support proposals to structures of gathering, storage and retrieval of this new set of documents that compose thesis and dissertations, from concepts already established in Information Science.

Viewing by parliamentary affinities between data votes in Brazilian senate

The expansion of citizen participation in the public sphere depends directly on access information on the performance of elected representatives, especially with regard to their voting decisions during their terms. The Information Science can assist in this process, proposing and evaluating models of access to such information that may be obtained from data to be provided by the official websites from legislative, in levels federal, state and municipal.

We proposed in this paper to analyze the process of collecting and using data about votes of senators in order to promote the use of this model in other spheres.

Technological and Data Access Restrictions available about government federal financial budget for public health on digital information environments

The creation and use of democratic environments allow society to participate, even indirectly, in the discussions about services provided by the State. In recent years, discussion of the quality of public health’s services was strengthened by the media. In 2011, access to government data became mandatory with the sanction of the “Law on Access to Information”.

The use of Information Technologies and Communication (ICT) from public administration to society, following the principles of open government data, can promote a condition of interaction between state and society in increasing the transparency of government actions and the citizenship, helping to significantly improve the quality of services, to enabling citizens to use data sets in the construction of graphs and data views, external of the officials government websites, as well as crossing with other data sets.