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Canadian Journal of Higher Education

2009 Volume 39, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Librarians and Libraries Supporting Open Access Publishing

    Jennifer Richard, Denise Koufogiannakis & Pam Ryan

    As new models of scholarly communication emerge, librarians and libraries have responded by developing and supporting new methods of storing and providing access to information and by creating new ... More

    pp. 33-48

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  2. A Matter of Discipline: Open Access, the Humanities, and Art History

    Patrick Tomlin

    Recent events suggest that open access has gained new momentum in the humanities, but the slow and uneven development of open-access initiatives in humanist fields continues to hinder the... More

    pp. 49-69

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  3. Development of Disruptive Open Access Journals

    Terry Anderson & Brigette McConkey

    Open access (OA) publication has emerged, with disruptive effects, as a major outlet for scholarly publication. OA publication is usually associated with on-line distribution and provides access to... More

    pp. 71-87

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  4. International Development and Research Capacities: Increasing Access to African Scholarly Publishing

    Amy Scott Metcalfe, Samuel Esseh & John Willinsky

    This paper examines the evolving relationship between Canada and the African academic research community through the promotion of a concept known as Information and Communication Technology for... More

    pp. 89-109

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  5. The SciELO Open Access: A Gold Way from the South

    Abel L. Packer

    Open access has long emphasized access to scholarly materials. However, open access can also mean access to the means of producing visible and recognized journals. This issue is particularly... More

    pp. 111-126

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