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Open Access : be seen, be read, be cited, have impact! A Stellenbosch University perspective
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014-05-15)
Presentation delivered at the University of Cape Town Research Week, 12 - 16 May 2014. More info: http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/blog/news/research-week-12-16-may/
A day in the life of an open scholarship manager : Ina Smith
(UKSG - United Kingdom Serials Group, 2014-03)
Making research openly accessible and marketing research are Ina’s passions. Since being trained as a secondary school teacher and librarian, she has come a long way and her career has steered her in a direction she ...
Stellenbosch University’s AOARI platforms : opening access to African scholarly content
(African Academy of Sciences, 2013-06)
In the current knowledge economy, Africa is relegated to the periphery of knowledge production as it is considered to be more of a ‘consumer’ of the world’s knowledge as opposed to a ‘producer’. There is sufficient ...
Authors rights - Comments from the open source community
(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2011-09)
Todays postgraduate will probably become tomorrows researcher. Research that is published first makes the greatest impact for the researcher and the institution. Therefore we want to encourage todays postgraduate to publish ...
Opening access to African scholarly content : Stellenbosch University’s AOARI platforms
Africa is viewed as a consumer of the world’s knowledge production. A significant factor influencing this status is the low research output, with the main contributor to this status being minimum access to scholarly ...