Walt Crawford updates his analysis of DOAJ data
Walt Crawford is prolific! As if his first tranche of mega-analysis wasn’t enough work for him, he has released an update to The Gold Open Access Landscape 2011-2014, which I wrote about previously, that includes an initial analysis of the journals that were removed from DOAJ at the shut-down of the Reapplication project.* He completed […] Read More...
Thu, 25 Aug 2016 at 08:16
The Redalyc JATS project strides towards standardisation.
Every now and then we hear news that is music to our ears and this time its news from Redalyc who have recently announced their project to transition their journals to the JATS XML format. The decision to make the transition was taken last year and on August 29th Redalyc will be launching their new […] Read More...
Thu, 25 Aug 2016 at 06:39
Two new vacancies
DOAJ is looking for two candidates to provide temporary cover for a Managing Editor and our Community Manager. If you are based in Europe and are free to work up to 30 hours a week then please read these announcements: Managing Editor (immediate start) Community Manager (October start) Any questions, please ask here or send […] Read More...
Tue, 16 Aug 2016 at 13:49
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