Sber (2003 apud BAPTISTA, 2007, P. 5) discourses that the open archive ' ' it says respect to the ample and unrestricted accessibility the available contents in digital format, in the direction that removes permission and price barriers, becoming available scientific literature with the minimum of restrictions of uso' '. In ampler vision, Mueller (2006, P. 31), sees the archive open as ' ' the event most important for the scientific communication, and is gaining each time more space and modifying the system in vigor of communication of studies and new knowledge gerados' '. That is, the occured alterations thanks to the sprouting of the Internet had allowed a change in the scientific communication, caused to a paradigm in addition, being the one of these changes movement of the opened archive, that can be faced as a solution to the barriers faced for the researchers how much to the free access to scientific publications, allowing, the production of new scientific knowledge. Thus, from the above-mentioned concepts, the open archive is the half one more idealized in the scientific scope, having for objective to allow that all the users, as much of the scientific community how much the public in general, can have gratuitous and unrestricted access, beyond also to allow that to the user disponibilize the texts of these publications of complete form. In 1991, in the National Laboratory of Los Alamos, New Mexico, United States, it was created by Paul Ginsparg, according to Triska and Caf (2001, P. 93), ' ' the first electronic document repository, called ArXiv, based on the philosophy of the archives abertos' '. Mueller (2006, P. 31) salient that this repository ' ' he allowed that researchers of the physics area and other related areas, located in any part of the world, sent its works for a central repository, of where could be recouped by other researchers interessados' '.