DOAJ, Redalyc (UAEM), AmeliCA collaboration to strengthen non-commercial Open Access Journals

« Redalyc (Autonomous University of the State of Mexico), AmeliCA and DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) are delighted to announce … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ, Redalyc (UAEM), AmeliCA collaboration to strengthen non-commercial Open Access Journals »

Source > redalyc.org, 5 juin 2020

A partnership between Érudit and DOAJ: towards greater visibility and discoverability for open access French-language and bilingual scientific journals

« (…) French, an official language in 29 countries around the world, was selected by DOAJ the ideal linguistic candidate to … Continuer la lecture de « A partnership between Érudit and DOAJ: towards greater visibility and discoverability for open access French-language and bilingual scientific journals »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 26 mai 2020

Blog DOAJ: Two updates: ORCID integration; updated ISO code lists for country, language and currency

« (…) We are delighted to release this addition to the DOAJ platform. DOAJ recognises the importance of permanent identifiers (PIDs) … Continuer la lecture de « Blog DOAJ: Two updates: ORCID integration; updated ISO code lists for country, language and currency »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 3 février 2020

Open access potential and uptake in the context of Plan S – a partial gap analysis

« Today we released the report Open access potential and uptake in the context of Plan S – a partial gap … Continuer la lecture de « Open access potential and uptake in the context of Plan S – a partial gap analysis »

Source > 101innovations.wordpress.com, 21 novembre 2019

Myth-busting: all open access journals can be listed in DOAJ

« (…) The Directory of Everything open access would be a wonderful thing but of how much use would it be? … Continuer la lecture de « Myth-busting: all open access journals can be listed in DOAJ »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 17 septembre 2019

Discovering Open Access Engineering Journals: An Examination of Indexing Rates for DOAJ and Non-DOAJ Content

« This study examines the indexing of open access journals in the engineering disciplines. The sample used in this study was … Continuer la lecture de « Discovering Open Access Engineering Journals: An Examination of Indexing Rates for DOAJ and Non-DOAJ Content »

Source > journals.library.ualberta.ca, James Bierman, 2019, https://doi.org/10.29173/istl1, Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (91). https://doi.org/10.29173/istl1

Blacklists and Whitelists To Tackle Predatory Publishing: a Cross-Sectional Comparison and Thematic Analysis

« We aimed to develop an in-depth understanding of quality criteria for scholarly journals by analyzing journals and publishers indexed in … Continuer la lecture de « Blacklists and Whitelists To Tackle Predatory Publishing: a Cross-Sectional Comparison and Thematic Analysis »

Source > mbio.asm.org, Michaela Strinzel, Anna Severin, Katrin Milzow, Matthias Egger, mBio Jun 2019, 10 (3) e00411-19; DOI: 10.1128/mBio.00411-19

The DOAJ Spring Cleaning 2016 and What Was Removed—Tragic Loss or Good Riddance?

« In December 2012, DOAJ’s (The Directory of Open Access Journals) parent company, IS4OA, announced they would introduce new criteria for … Continuer la lecture de « The DOAJ Spring Cleaning 2016 and What Was Removed—Tragic Loss or Good Riddance? »

Source > mdpi.com, Jan Erik Frantsvåg, 27 juin 2019, https://doi.org/10.3390/publications7030045

Quelle place pour les revues en SHS dans le plan S ?

« Jan Erik Frantsvåg et Tormod Strømme, des bibliothécaires norvégiens, ont fait une brève étude de la compatibilité du plan S … Continuer la lecture de « Quelle place pour les revues en SHS dans le plan S ? »

Source > marlenescorner.net, Marlene Delhaye, 10 février 2019

Université de Lorraine, the first French institution to provide sustainable funding based on SCOSS recommendations

« We are very happy to be able to announce Université de Lorraine as the first French institution to join our … Continuer la lecture de « Université de Lorraine, the first French institution to provide sustainable funding based on SCOSS recommendations »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 23 novembre 2018

The Long-Term Preservation of Open Access Journals

« The long term preservation of open access journals is one of the 7 criteria for the DOAJ Seal because DOAJ believes … Continuer la lecture de « The Long-Term Preservation of Open Access Journals »

Source > blog.doaj.org, Craig Van Dyck,

Learn about DOAJ and Open Access Best Practices [videos]

« The Directory of Open Access Journals is the world’s the most detailed directory of quality, peer-reviewed, open access journals. Being … Continuer la lecture de « Learn about DOAJ and Open Access Best Practices [videos] »

Source > youtube.com, septembre 2018

Report from the LPC (Library Publishing Coalition) DOAJ Task Force: New resources to support library publishers

« The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a nonprofit online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, … Continuer la lecture de « Report from the LPC (Library Publishing Coalition) DOAJ Task Force: New resources to support library publishers »

Source > librarypublishing.org, Monica Westin, 14 août 2018

News: OASPA to require DOAJ listing for single-journal publishers

« DOAJ and OASPA have worked together for many years now, with our Founder and Managing Director, Lars Bjørnshauge, serving as … Continuer la lecture de « News: OASPA to require DOAJ listing for single-journal publishers »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 7 août 2018

Tom Olijhoek. « Mission DOAJ, Promouvoir l’accès ouvert à travers le monde » [diaporama]

« Intervention de Tom Olijhoeck (éditeur en chef, Directory of Open Acess Journals – DOAJ) dans le cadre de la 7ème … Continuer la lecture de « Tom Olijhoek. « Mission DOAJ, Promouvoir l’accès ouvert à travers le monde » [diaporama] »

Source > slideshare.net, journées du réseau Mir@bel, 4 juin 2018

DOAJ: Copyright and Licensing – Part 3

« In 2016, we published 2 blog posts on copyright and licensing: Part1 and Part 2. In these posts we explained … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ: Copyright and Licensing – Part 3 »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 27 février 2018

DOAJ launches the DOAJ Best Practice Guide

« DOAJ has launched the DOAJ Best Practice Guide. The Guide is a web resource that provides selection criteria, resources and tools for … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ launches the DOAJ Best Practice Guide »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 30 janvier 2018

Enago Launches Open Access Journal Finder (OAJF) – Improving Accessibility of Authentic Open Access Journals

« Enago, the leader in editing and publication support services, today announced the worldwide release of Open Access Journal Finder (OAJF) … Continuer la lecture de « Enago Launches Open Access Journal Finder (OAJF) – Improving Accessibility of Authentic Open Access Journals »

Source > enago.com, 18 janvier 2018

DOAJ: Total financial support from libraries and library consortia in 2017, broken down by country

« As we near the end of the year, it’s time to review our finances and start the annual process of … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ: Total financial support from libraries and library consortia in 2017, broken down by country »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 13 décembre 2017

New international coalition takes crowd-funding style approach to secure the future of open science

« In an effort to strengthen and secure the network of non-commercial services that underpin the burgeoning field of Open Science, … Continuer la lecture de « New international coalition takes crowd-funding style approach to secure the future of open science »

Source > sparceurope.org, 9 novembre 2017

DOAJ and SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SERVICES partner to achieve broader support for Open Access to scientific literature

« The new agreement underpins the Directory of Open Access Journals in its work to reach new members and generate more … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ and SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SERVICES partner to achieve broader support for Open Access to scientific literature »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 19 octobre 2017

Couperin to Support DOAJ as a Consortium

« (…) Couperin, the French national academic consortium, has agreed to support DOAJ. Currently 47 of the Couperin members have signed … Continuer la lecture de « Couperin to Support DOAJ as a Consortium »

Source > blog.doaj.org,

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 »

Source > doajournals.wordpress.com, Ivonne Lujano, 17 janvier 2017

Directory of Open Access Journals: A bibliometric study of library and information science

« This paper presents a bibliometric study of library-focused journals represented in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). A total … Continuer la lecture de « Directory of Open Access Journals: A bibliometric study of library and information science »

Source > digitalcommons.du.edu, Thavamani, Kotti, Collaborative Librarianship: Vol. 5: Iss. 4, Article 5

DOAJ to remove approximately 3300 journals

« Today DOAJ will remove approximately 3300 journals for failure to submit a valid reapplication before the communicated deadline; a deadline … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ to remove approximately 3300 journals »

Source > doajournals.wordpress.com, 9 mai 2016

Directory of Open Access Journals Introduces New Standards to Help Community Address Quality

« After all the hard work that scholars put into their research, they are eager to have the papers reporting on … Continuer la lecture de « Directory of Open Access Journals Introduces New Standards to Help Community Address Quality »

Source > sparc.arl, Caralee Adams, 5 mars 2015

Le DOAJ à St Etienne

« Aujourd’hui, peu d’organismes français soutiennent financièrement le Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ) : seulement 3 organismes sont mentionnés dans … Continuer la lecture de « Le DOAJ à St Etienne »

Source > Le comptoir de l'accès ouvert, Marlene Delhaye, 15 septembre 2013

DOAJ : plus d’un million d’articles

 » Dans un communiqué, l’équipe du DOAJ annonce que, pour la première fois depuis son lancement en 2003, plus de 50 % des … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ : plus d’un million d’articles »

Source > openaccess.inist.fr, Thérèse HAMEAU (INIST-CNRS), 13 mars 2013