Paula Sequeiros is a researcher at the Centre of Social Studies. Her main research area intersects with information literacy, scientific writing and libraries. She is a member of enLeio, a Research Network on Libraries, Policies and Reading, since 2018. Scientific co-editor, with Teresa Cunha, of the Oficina do CES. Coorganiser and trainer in the program Publish do not Perish, Survive the Stampede at CES. Coorganiser of the program Readings in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity addressed to the UC community. She developed her postdoc project The Library in Time: Libraries from the Print, Oral and Digital Paradigms at the CES. Former member of the Executive Board of the international disciplinary Repository e-LIS and the Editor for Portugal. Engaged with Open Access to scientific publishing. Degree in History; Post-Graduation in Librarianship and Information Sciences; Masters in Information Society and Knowledge; Doctorship in Sociology, 2010, thesis on the uses and representations of the public library and the inscribed interactions of readers, space and the Internet. She taught in postgraduate courses of Information and Documentation Sciences, 1988-2006. Former specialized librarian in corporations and academic libraries director.
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