Bibliodiversity – What it is and why it is essential to creating situated knowledge?
"Bibliodiversity, the diversity of academic content, both at the national and international level is essential for preserving research in a wide range of global and local topics, studied from different epistemic and methodological approaches, inspired by various schools of thought and expressed in a variety of languages. These ideas are closely related to the principles of the Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication: we need to support the dissemination of research results for the full benefit of society; protect national infrastructures for publishing locally relevant research; and promote language diversity in research assessment, evaluation, and funding systems".
Full text "Bibliodiversity – What it is and why it is essential to creating situated knowledge" is available on the LSE Blog website.
The Spanish translation "Bibliodiversidad: qué es y por qué es esencial para crear conocimiento posicionado" on the Scielo website.