AfricArxiv was presented at the International Open Science Conference (#osc2019) in Berlin, Germany by Jo Havemann
Preceding the conference was the Barcamp Open Science (#oscibar) – where we hosted a session about the importance of language diversity in Science not only in Africa, but across the world. It was concluded that we need language diversity in science as well as a common language to connect and exchange globally. A balanced use of both can be achieved by utilising digital technology.
Cite as: Havemann, Johanna. (2019, March). What role can Open Science play in enabling South-North dialogues?. Zenodo. doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2599569
The German Open Science Radio recorded an interview during the poster session:
Listen to audio here.
Johanna Havemann on AfricArXiv, a free preprint service for African scientists as a means to enable South-North dialogues
Download this poster in A0 size from github.com/AfricArxiv/outreach/tree/master/AfricArXiv_posters