Séminaire latino-américain de documentation (SeLaDoc)

VAN TREEK NILSSON, Mike and BRAVO CALDERÓN, Javiera (2013) Séminaire latino-américain de documentation (SeLaDoc). Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2013 - Singapore - Future Libraries: Infinite Possibilities in Session 144 - Religious Libraries in Dialogue Special Interest Group.

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Abstract

The SELADOC database began in 1973, associated with the interest of the Faculty of Theology in investigating the theological production in Latin-America. It was established with the aim of selecting, collecting, organizing and classifying the theological production published in journals of the discipline, that at the time it was very difficult to recover. It thus offers an updated Information Service, unique to the global academic community. The database specializes in journals that represent an indisputable source for the study of the various regional theological topics (Ethics, History, Pastoral, Social Movements, Liberation Theology and Popular Piety.) This database can be accesed by the on-line catalogue ALEPH and in conjunction with other databases of the theological area, through Multibúsqueda, implemented in the SIBUC (UC Library System) web portal. (http://bibliotecas.uc.cl) . Additionally, together with Alerta al Conocimiento SA., it was included within Metalib and can be accesed through http://www.alerta.cl SELADOC is the only source that indexes articles from major Latin American journals. All of these journals are monitored by professors and researchers from the Faculty of Theology. Of these, 9 are journals of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, including 2 titles that have ISI category. Of the total, 23 are not indexed in any other database. The 102 remaining journals are indexed in Dialnet, Index Theologicus, Francis and Latindex. Due to several factors, this database presents problems that affect the quality of some records. Therefore, at this moment, staff is working on the standardization of bibliographic records. Since the beginning of december 2012, the Cataloguing Department has corrected more than 3000 records. This work is funded by the Faculty of Theology.

Séminaire latino-américain de documentation (SeLaDoc)

The SELADOC database began in 1973, associated with the interest of the Faculty of theology in investigating the theological production in Latin-America. It was established with the aim of selecting, collecting, organizing and classifying the theological published in journals of the discipline, that at the time it was very difficult to recover. It thus offers an updated Information Service, unique to the global academic community. The database specializes in journals that represent an indisputable source for the study of the various regional theological topics (Ethics, History, Pastoral, Social Movements, Liberation theology and Popular Piety). This database can be accessed by the on-line catalogue ALEPH and in conjunction with other databases of the theological area, through Multibúsqueda, implemented in the SIBUC (UC Library System) web portal (http://bibliotecas.uc.cl). Additionally, together with Alerta al conocimiento SA., it was included within Metalib and can be accessed through http://alerta.cl SELADOC is the only source that indexes articles from major Latin American journals. All of these journals are monitored by professors and researchers from the Faculty of Theology. Of these, 9 are journals of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, including 2 titles that have ISI category. Of the total, 23 are not indexed in any other database. The 102 remaining journals are indexed in Dialnet, Index theologicus, Francis and Latindex. Due to several factors, this database presents problems that affect the quality of some records. Therefore, at this moment, staff is working on the standardization of bibliographic records. Since the beginning of December 2012, the Cataloguing Department has corrected more than 3 000 records. This work is funded by the Faculty of theology.

Seminario latinoamericano de documentación (SeLaDoc)

La base de datos del SELADOC fue creada en 1973, en función del interés que manifestaba la Facultad de Teología en investigar la producción teológica en América Latina. Su propósito era seleccionar, recopilar, organizar y clasificar los documentos sobre teología publicados en revistas dedicadas a esta disciplina que, a su vez, eran muy difíciles de encontrar. Además, ofrece un Servicio de Información actualizado y único para toda la comunidad académica. La base de datos se especializa en publicaciones que representan una fuente indispensable para el estudio de diversos temas regionales sobre teología (Ética, Historia, Vida Pastoral, Movimientos Sociales, Teología de la Liberación, y Piedad Popular). Se puede acceder a esta base de datos a través del catálogo online ALEPH y, con otras bases de datos sobre el mismo tema, a través del servicio «Multibúsqueda», implementado en el portal web de SIBUC (Sistema de Biblioteca UC) (http://bibliotecas.uc.cl). Además, junto con Alerta al Conocimiento S.A., se incluyó en Metalib y se puede acceder a través del siguiente link http://alerta.cl. SELADOC es la única fuente que indexa artículos de las principales publicaciones latinoamericanas. Todas estas publicaciones están controladas por profesores e investigadores de la Facultad de Teología. Nueve de esas publicaciones provienen de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, incluyendo 2 títulos con categoría ISI. Veintitrés no están indexadas en otra base de datos. Las restantes 102 publicaciones están incorporadas a Dialnet, Index theologicus, Francis y Latindex. Debido a muchos factores, esta base de datos presenta problemas que afectan la calidad de algunos registros. Por lo tanto, en este momento, el personal está trabajando en la estandarización de los registros bibliográficos. Desde principios de diciembre de 2012, el Departamento de Catalogación ha corregido más de 3000 registros. Este trabajo está financiado por la Facultad de Teología.

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