Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
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Document(s)
⋄ The Current State of Scholarly Journal Publishing in Africa: A Snapshot of Survey Results
⋄ Language and the Accessibility of Open Access Knowledge for Africa’s Development and Emergence Agenda
⋄ Knowledge Indexation and Research Productivity in India: Experience with Indian Citation Index
⋄ Scholarly community led Open Access in Latin America
⋄ ACCORD Presentation
⋄ Open Access: avoiding unforeseen consequences
⋄ Open Research Data in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Bibliometric Study Using the Data Citation Index
⋄ Open Access, Schorlarly Publishing and Knowledge Production in Sub-Saharan Africa: Opportunities and Challenges
⋄ Open Access Practices of Selected African Studies Journals
⋄ Repositioning Africa’s Open Access Movement on the Global Stage: Challenges and Prospects for African Universities and Research Institutions
⋄ The Role of African Academic Institutions in Promoting Open Access in Africa: Obstacles and Opportunities
⋄ Status of Africa in the Global Open Access Directories: Implications for Global Visibility of African Scholarly Research
⋄ Open Access publishing in the context of HSRC Press based in Cape Town, South Africa
⋄ Institutional Repositories: Awareness and Self-Archiving Practices of Academic Researchers in Selected Public Universities in Kenya
⋄ What Hinders Data Sharing in African Science?
⋄ Scholarly community led open access in Latin America, looking for a shared vision with other developing regions


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The Current State of Scholarly Journal Publishing in Africa: A Snapshot of Survey Results

Susan Murray & Abby Clobridge

PDF1000.5 kb
Language and the Accessibility of Open Access Knowledge for Africa’s Development and Emergence Agenda

Beban Sammy Chumbow

PDF1 Mb
Knowledge Indexation and Research Productivity in India: Experience with Indian Citation Index

Prakash Chand

PDF990 kb
Scholarly community led Open Access in Latin America

Dominique Babini – CLACSO (Latin American Social Science Council)

PDF858.5 kb
ACCORD PresentationPDF761.2 kb
Open Access: avoiding unforeseen consequences

Pippa Smart

PDF699 kb
Open Research Data in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Bibliometric Study Using the Data Citation Index

Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha

PDF778.6 kb
Open Access, Schorlarly Publishing and Knowledge Production in Sub-Saharan Africa: Opportunities and Challenges

Ondari Okemwa

PDF1.5 Mb
Open Access Practices of Selected African Studies Journals

Stephanie Kitchen

PDF951 kb
Repositioning Africa’s Open Access Movement on the Global Stage: Challenges and Prospects for African Universities and Research Institutions

Jude N. Kimengsi, Emmanuel E. E. Oben, Jeff M. Molombe, & Fiona M. Mojoko

PDF750.9 kb
The Role of African Academic Institutions in Promoting Open Access in Africa: Obstacles and Opportunities

Adalbertus Kamanzi & Jos Damen

PDF575.6 kb
Status of Africa in the Global Open Access Directories: Implications for Global Visibility of African Scholarly Research

Ifeanyi J. Ezema & Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha

PDF1.1 Mb
Open Access publishing in the context of HSRC Press based in Cape Town, South AfricaPDF467.1 kb
Institutional Repositories: Awareness and Self-Archiving Practices of Academic Researchers in Selected Public Universities in Kenya

Dr. Wanyenda Chilimo

PDF827.9 kb
What Hinders Data Sharing in African Science?

Dr. Louise Bezuidenhout & Professor Brian Rappert

PDF692.1 kb
Scholarly community led open access in Latin America, looking for a shared vision with other developing regions

Dominique Babini

PDF643.7 kb


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