CHALLENGES OF THE LATIN AMERICAN OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING MODEL
This is a guest post by Ivonne Lujano, DOAJ Ambassador, Latin America A current search in the DOAJ database reveals that there are 916 journals from Latin America and the Caribbean that have been accepted after the implementation of stricter DOAJ criteria in March 2014. This represents approximately 16% of the journals that have gone […] Read More...
Tue, 17 Jan 2017 at 16:00
The DOAJ Ambassadors’ biographies
As promised in my post presenting the 15 Ambassadors , here are their biographies. Kamel Belhamel, Region: North Africa Kamel holds a PhD from the University of Setif (Algeria) in Chemical Process Engineering. He is now Professor of Chemistry at University of Bejaia, Director of the Laboratory of Organic Materials and Editor in chief of […] Read More...
Fri, 13 Jan 2017 at 19:16
UPDATE ON REAPPLICATIONS AND NEW APPLICATIONS
In March 2014 DOAJ implemented much more detailed criteria for listing, which enabled DOAJ to provide granular information enabling universities, research funders and governments to check journals for compliance with Open Access policy and mandate requirements. This led to a reapplication process that was a necessary step towards ensuring that all journals in DOAJ […] Read More...
Fri, 23 Dec 2016 at 11:53
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