[globaloutlookDH-l] Scholar and Scientific publication in Mid and Low Income economies

Marin Dacos marin.dacos at openedition.org
Sun May 26 01:11:12 MDT 2013

Dear all,
Dear Dan,

Here are some informations concerning your question.

*Open access :*
African journals online : http://www.ajol.info/
Scielo : http://www.scielo.br/
Redalyc : http://www.redalyc.org/

*Not open access :*
C.E.E.O.L. is an online archive which provides access to full text PDF
articles from humanities and social science journals :

I would be interested in knowing more initiatives like this.

Best regards,

On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 9:50 PM, Daniel O'Donnell
<daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca>wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm on the executive council at Force11 (http://force11.org/). This is an
> organisation interested in the future of scientific publishing, and
> especially questions like Open Access business models and executable/Open
> Data.
> A question that has come up recently there involves what we might broadly
> call incubator initiatives: i.e. initiatives that involve sharing best
> practice in, support for the development of, or other community building
> activities for scientific and scholarly publishing.
> I know of a number of such initiatives in the Humanities and Social
> Sciences (e.g. Erudit, revues.org, some of the work at the MLA), but all
> of them are located in High Income Economies and they tend to operate with
> that context in mind. I've recently seen a number of lectures talking about
> differences in how Science is published in Mid and Low regions
> (particularly at Force11's great "Beyond the PDF 2" conference, recently
> held in Amsterdam).
> Does anybody know of similar initiatives focused specifically on
> publication and dissemination issues in Mid and Low Income regions? Or
> focussing on geography rather than income, specifically in Africa, Latin
> America, Caribbean, China? I'm as interested in Scientific publishing and
> humanities, and within the Humanities both DH and outside that into more
> traditional fields.
> I should say I'm speaking solely for myself here: our discussion at
> Force11 got me thinking.
> I appreciate any tips people might be able to supply.
> -dan
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> Daniel Paul O'Donnell
> Professor of English
> University of Lethbridge
> Lethbridge AB T1K 3M4
> Canada
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