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Dans le domaine public en 2018 - Calendrier de l'avent du domaine public. ORI-OAI : Valoriser le patrimoine numérique scientifique, pédagogique et documentaire des universités par un réseau de portails communicants. OpenScholar. The easiest way to power all of your institution's websites.

OpenScholar

OpenScholar is an open source SaaS platform built as a Drupal distribution. A single OpenScholar install hosts thousands of easy, self-service, custom websites. Accueil. Observatoire des Sciences et des Techniques. Digital Repository Software and Services. PASTEUR4OA. DSpace is a turnkey institutional repository application. Memsic.ccsd.cnrs. OpenAIRE. Mediterranean Open Access Network. Knowledge Unlatched.

DOAB: Directory of Open Access Books. Library. Open Journal Systems. Open Journal Systems (OJS) is an open-source software for the management of peer-reviewed academic journals, created by the Public Knowledge Project, released under the GNU General Public License.

Open Journal Systems

Design[edit] To improve reader's engagement, PKP has developed a series of Reading Tools,[4] which provide access to related studies, media stories, government policies, etc. in open access databases. Versions[edit] Originally released in 2001, OJS is currently in version 2.4.5. OJS is written in PHP, uses either a MySQL or PostgreSQL database, and can be hosted on a Unix-like or Windows web server. OJS has been translated into many languages. Use[edit] A user community has developed around the software, with active participants, and enhancements being contributed to the project from the Brazilian Institute for Information in Science and Technology (IBICT),[6] the Journal of Medical Internet Research, and others. As of December 2011, OJS was being used by at least 11,500 journals worldwide.

Public Knowledge Project. Open Journal Systems Open Journal Systems (OJS) is an open source software application for managing and publishing scholarly journals.

Public Knowledge Project

Originally developed and released by PKP in 2001 to improve access to research, it is the most widely used open source journal publishing platform in existence, with over 10,000 journals using it worldwide. OJS Features OJS is a comprehensive tool for managing your entire submission and editorial workflow and publishing your articles and issues online. It offers the following features: OJS is free and open source software released under the open source GPL v2 license. Hosted, Open Access Repository Software. Digital Commons is a suite of tools and services that enables institutions to manage, display, and publish scholarship to the web in a beautiful, highly visible showcase.

Hosted, Open Access Repository Software

As the leading hosted institutional repository (IR) software platform, Digital Commons offers the features of a traditional IR as well as professional-grade publishing software, management tools, and individual faculty and researcher pages to promote and disseminate scholarship and serve academia. With Digital Commons, universities can collect, preserve, and make visible all of their intellectual output, including pre-prints, working papers, journal articles, dissertations, master's theses, conference proceedings, presentations, creative works, and a wide variety of other content types. Digital Commons for PublishingDigital Commons for ScholarsDigital Commons Support and Hosting. Lazy Scholar. Directory of Open Access Journals. SHERPA/RoMEO - Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving.

Welcome to ROARMAP - ROARMAP. Home Page - Directory of Open Access Repositories. Localiser des documents en OA. Welcome to the Registry of Open Access Repositories - Registry of Open Access Repositories. 6es journées open access Couperin - Sciencesconf.org. SHERPA/RoMEO - Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving.

DULCINEA. - Héloïse - Politiques des éditeurs en matière de dépôt des articles. Cueil. Journées Open Access - Couperin - Politique OA d’un établissement universitaire - suite - 2013-01-24. Archimer. Episciences - Accueil. OpenEdition. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

OpenEdition

OpenEdition est un portail de publication en sciences humaines et sociales créé par le Centre pour l'édition électronique ouverte, centre spécialisé dans le domaine de l'édition électronique et financé par le CNRS, l'EHESS, l'Université d'Aix-Marseille, l'Université d'Avignon, la Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian et Google. C'est une initiative publique travaillant en faveur de l'accès ouvert aux résultats de la recherche scientifique [1]. Les quatre plateformes disposent de conseils scientifiques, qui sélectionnent les publications afin d'assurer une qualité scientifique à l'ensemble. Ce portail comprend quatre plateformes : Voir aussi[modifier | modifier le code] Articles connexes[modifier | modifier le code] Lien externe[modifier | modifier le code] Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code] Portail des sciences humaines et sociales. Les Creative Commons seront implémentées dans HAL version 3 !

Mise à jour du 25/06/2014.

Les Creative Commons seront implémentées dans HAL version 3 !

Suite à la publication de cet article, le CCSD apporte en commentaire le rectificatif suivant : « la recherche dans le texte intégral de tous les pdf déposés dans HAL sera bien proposée dans la v3 : elle sera possible via l’interface de recherche ainsi que via l’API. Archives ouvertes Université Grenoble Alpes - Le guide - Le programme de Foster 2014. Home. Open Citation Project - Reference Linking and Citation Analysis for Open Archives. Opencitation project.