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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 ...
Open access : are we there yet? - the case of Stellenbosch University, South Africa
It is often acknowledged that African and other developing countries have a desperate need for quality scholarly information to advance their research output and to make a contribution to the world of scholarly communication. ...
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 ...