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Paula Sequeiros is a researcher at the Centre of Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra (U.C.). Her current research area is the intersectional field of information literacy, scientific writing and higher education libraries. She is also interested in ecofeminism. She has published several articles and chapters in the domains of cultural sociology and in the cross-disciplinary field of public libraries, reading and ICT. Engaged with Open Access to scientific publishing. Sequeiros developed her postdoc project “The library in time: libraries from the print, oral and digital paradigms at the CES”. Sequeiros education includes Degree in History, University of Porto (U.P.); Post-Grad. in Librarianship and Information Sciences, U.P.; Masters in Information Society and Knowledge, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, 2002-2004 - thesis “Spending time on the Internet: youth appropriations of the Net in a a public library space”; PhD in Sociology, U.P., 2010 - thesis “Reading a library in the inscriptions of readers, space and the Internet: uses and representations of the public library”. Co-coordinator of the Studies Group POSTRADE, CES. Trainer (2016-2020) and co-coordinator (2018-2020) in the CES advanced training “Publish do not Perish: Survive the Stampede” program, responsible for the session “Fraudulent publishing: Trust? Prestige? Power?”. Co-organiser of the program Readings in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity, CES, oriented to the UC student and postgraduate community. She was a higher education teacher in Information Sciences, a head-librarian in corporations and in academic libraries. She was the editor for Portugal and a member of the Executive Board of the international disciplinary Repository e-LIS.
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