We are getting better at ingesting metadata. Until then: give us your metadata!
I just saw a tweet about an article published on PeerJ called ‘For 481 biomedical open access journals, articles are not searchable in the Directory of Open Access Journals nor in conventional biomedical databases‘. The article concludes: DOAJ is the most complete registry of biomedical OA journals compared with five conventional biomedical databases. However, DOAJ […] Read More...
Fri, 29 May 2015 at 12:00
Copyright and Licensing Incompatibility – Part 1
Copyright and Licensing. Not always compatible and yet we see these two thrown together in incompatible ways all the time. This is the first of two posts on this subject. In this post, I’ll illustrate DOAJ’s experience in this murky area, showing you the sorts of conundrums we come up against every day in the […] Read More...
Tue, 19 May 2015 at 08:33
Historical APC data from before the April upgrade
In my post the other day, I promised to provide the APC information from the old site. Here it is as of today: APC? Number of journals N 6283 (67.6%) Y 2999 (32.3%) No info 9 (0.1%) TOTAL 9291 Today there are 10,508 journals in DOAJ which leaves 1217 journals unaccounted for in the old […] Read More...
Mon, 11 May 2015 at 08:27
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