The interactive map visualizes the existing digital repositories in the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as country searches across selected generalist repositories and indexing services.
Explore this map by clicking on individual nodes and see descriptions, websites, and other information. With the navigation buttons to the right, you can zoom in and out, and select and focus on specific elements.
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African Journals Online (AJOL) is a web platform for African-published journals. It is a partnership of journals committed to increasing the international profile of Africa's scholarly work and improving access to African-originated knowledge.
Open Access by country. Showing output counts, number and percentage of accessible outputs published between 2000 and 2021. You can sort and filter by region, subregion, number of publications, and open access levels. You may also search for a specific country in the search bar at the top right.
The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative (COKI) is a strategic initiative of the Research Office at Curtin, the Faculty of Humanities, School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry and the Curtin Institute for Computation [in Australia], with additional support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Arcadia.
DOAJ is a unique and expansive repository that contains a wide range of open access journals worldwide. It is driven by a community dedicated to ensuring the accessibility of high-quality content to all online users, free of charge.