STATEMENT – FIRST CONSORTIUM ASSEMBLY FROM IBERO-AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

« Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. August 31st and September 1st, 2017 The participants of this First Consortium Assembly from Ibero-America and Caribbean … Continuer la lecture de « STATEMENT – FIRST CONSORTIUM ASSEMBLY FROM IBERO-AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN »

SciELO Preprints on the way

« The SciELO Program is setting in motion a basic plan for the development and operation of a preprints server – … Continuer la lecture de « SciELO Preprints on the way »

Challenges of the Latin American open access publishing model

« A current search in the DOAJ database reveals that there are 916 journals from Latin America and the Caribbean that … Continuer la lecture de « Challenges of the Latin American open access publishing model »

International course updated SciELO network professionals on the new methodological platform

« One of the operation principles of the SciELO network is the interoperability between national collections operating in a decentralized manner … Continuer la lecture de « International course updated SciELO network professionals on the new methodological platform »

LA Referencia: Implementing the OpenAIRE guidelines in Latin America

« (…) LA Referencia, in cooperation with COAR is working with OpenAIRE to achieve this. LA Referencia is an initiative of … Continuer la lecture de « LA Referencia: Implementing the OpenAIRE guidelines in Latin America »

Speeding up research communication: the actions of SciELO

« One of the most remarkable advances that have occurred in scholarly communication is the individualized publication of articles, either through … Continuer la lecture de « Speeding up research communication: the actions of SciELO »

The dark side of Open Access in Google and Google Scholar: the case of Latin-American repositories – Enrique Orduña-Malea, Emilio Delgado Lopez-Cozar

« Since repositories are a key tool in making scholarly knowledge open access, determining their presence and impact on the Web … Continuer la lecture de « The dark side of Open Access in Google and Google Scholar: the case of Latin-American repositories – Enrique Orduña-Malea, Emilio Delgado Lopez-Cozar »