According to empirical data for the recent years, between 2014 and 2017, De Gruyter, via its erstwhile imprint De Gruyter Open, has become the second most important publisher of Open Access journals globally. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. In her research article published as […]
As Open Access Repositories for Data and Articles Rise in Number, Customized Search Engines Serve as Bridges to their Contents
That Google launches a separate search engine for Open Access data sets attests to the increasing importance of Open Access for scientists and the customized search portals that connect between researchers and the content that Open Access repositories store. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. […]
Open Access Journals and Institutional Repositories in Asia Continue to be Underrepresented in International Directories and Rankings
The lacking visibility of Open Access journals and repositories from the Global South, such as Asian countries, in international directories, e.g., DOAJ, can be due to the hurdles for the implementation of best practices they encounter, which limits access to knowledge, while indicating that university, […]
Searching for literature is something that every scholar does, and sometimes I wonder, am I the only one who finds it the least attractive part of conducting research? According to PubChase’s promotional video I am not, and this is why I decided to write this […]
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) is a well-known organization with the aim to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals. Right now you can find 9642 journals and 1120611 articles on the website.