Revista española de Documentación Científica, Vol 41, No 2 (2018)

Las revisiones sistemáticas en Biblioteconomía y Documentación: análisis y evaluación del proceso de búsqueda


https://doi.org/10.3989/redc.2018.2.1491

José Antonio Salvador-Oliván
Departamento de Ciencias de la Documentación e Historia de la Ciencia. Universidad de Zaragoza, España
orcid http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8568-3098

Gonzalo Marco-Cuenca
Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación. Facultad de Ciencias de la Documentación. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España
orcid http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7149-6192

Rosario Arquero-Avilés
Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación. Facultad de Ciencias de la Documentación. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España
orcid http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3097-8734

Resumen


El objetivo principal de este estudio es evaluar si las revisiones sistemáticas en Biblioteconomía y Documentación (ByD) proporcionan información completa sobre todos los elementos que conforman el proceso de búsqueda. Se identificaron revisiones de las bases de datos Web of Science, Scopus, LISTA, Library Science Database, Medline y de una wiki, publicadas desde el 2000 hasta febrero de 2017, que tuvieran en el título los términos “revisiones sistemáticas” y/o “metaanálisis”. Se creó una lista con 12 elementos recomendados de las principales guías de publicación para valorar el grado de información sobre cada uno de ellos. La mayoría de las revisiones en ByD son creadas por profesionales de la información, que informan de manera deficiente del método de búsqueda, ya que de las 94 revisiones finalmente seleccionadas, solo el 4,3% incluían todos los elementos de la búsqueda, siendo el nombre de la base de datos el más frecuente (95,6%) y el menos la plataforma (35,8%). Es necesario mejorar y completar la información del proceso de búsqueda si se desea reproducir o actualizar la revisión y evaluar su calidad.

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Revisiones sistemáticas; estrategias de búsqueda; búsqueda de literatura; búsqueda bibliográfica; información de búsquedas; Biblioteconomía y Documentación; guías de publicación

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