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The new African Journal Archive (AJA) website is now available

The new African Journal Archive (AJA) website is now available | UJ Sciences Librarian @ Open Access | Scoop.it

"The African Journal Archive (AJA) is a Sabinet Gateway project in conjunction with the Carnegie Corporation that is making African research accessible to the whole world. The archive preserves journal literature emanating from publishers and societies in Africa and includes searchable collections of journal articles that have been digitised back to the earliest possible issues. This archive is indeed a valuable resource for local and international libraries.

The archive is now available on an easy-to-use website which enables easy discoverability of articles and also enhances the research experience of end users."

For more information visit www.ajarchive.org


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An opportunity for free access to African research information

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Rockyourpaper.org: Search and Manage your Research Articles, Download Full Text Research Articles for Free

Rockyourpaper.org: Search and Manage your Research Articles, Download Full Text Research Articles for Free | UJ Sciences Librarian @ Open Access | Scoop.it
Search and Manage Research Articles, Abstract, Citations, Bibliography and References for free at RockYourPaper.org

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Karen du Toit's curator insight, October 23, 2013 5:17 AM

Great resource for open access research papers!

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Open Licenses for Science

Data, computer code and manuscripts are the produce of scientific work. It is what we make. Nowadays, people claim that all of it has to be open access or open source. But what is that all about? (...) - by Florian D. Schneider, 01 March 2015


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Julien Hering, PhD's curator insight, April 8, 2015 11:23 AM

Interesting and useful article about #licencing and #openlicence in science

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Open Access Scientific and Technical Information: Research and Monitoring

Open Access Scientific and Technical Information: Research and Monitoring | UJ Sciences Librarian @ Open Access | Scoop.it

Open access scientific and technical resources represent a significant complementary collection: about 20% of scientific articles are available for free. Access to these scientific resources is an important issue, but how to make the best use of them is, as well. Between the numerous open archives (institutional, thematic and central) and open access scientific journals, it is not always easy for researchers to find their way around. The aim of this article is to show a few “tools” that make information retrieval and monitoring of open access scientific resources easier. (...) - by Hans Dillaerts, MyScienceWork Blog, 22 October 2012


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