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Opening of the LusOpenEdition portal in Lisbon

George, Lisa (1 déc. 2011)

LusOpenEdition was launched on October 27, 2011 at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon during the OpenAccess Week. The LusOpenEdition project is part of OpenEdition providing the scientific community with three international-scope publishing and information platforms in the humanities and ...

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New journals on Revues.org (July - Décember 2012)

George, Lisa (6 mars 2013)

Terra Brasilis: history of geography and historical geography Created in 2000, Terra Brasilis is a journal created by the Brazilian network of the history of geography and historical geography, RedeBrasilis, and published by the University of São Paulo. It is devoted to the history of geography, ...

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OpenEdition enters EBSCO Discovery

George, Lisa (3 févr. 2012)

OpenEdition is now integrated into one of EBSCO Publishing services: EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS), a tool designed for libraries which consists of a customizable search engine dedicated to electronic resources. From now on, metadata and full-texts from all journals and book series in OpenEdition ...

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Who are you, OpenEdition readers?

George, Lisa (29 nov. 2012)

With over three million visits per month to its platforms, OpenEdition has become an important actor in humanities and social sciences publishing world, all thanks to you. In 2009, our first survey gave us a chance to identify the Revues.org readership, and you shared your ideas and expectations ...

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Five new journals on OpenEdition

George, Lisa (10 mai 2012)

Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie A journal presenting research on world music Founded in Geneva in 1988 within the framework of the Ateliers d’ethnomusicologie, the Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles took over from Cahiers d'ethnomusicologie in 2007. The journal is published annually, and each volume ...

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OASPA conference, Paris, 17–19 September 2014

George, Lisa (4 sept. 2014)

The sixth annual conference of the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) will be held in France for the first time, at UNESCO in Paris, on 17–19 September 2014. OpenEdition is delighted to support OASPA as official sponsor of the 2014 conference. Pierre Mounier, OpenEdition’s ...

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In the web of social media: new ways to communicate and publish for the humanities and social sciences (27–28 June 2011)

George, Lisa (23 juin 2011)

The Deutsche Historische Institut in Paris (IHA) and Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (Cléo) are jointly organising a conference on social networks and the humanities and social sciences to be held on 27–28 June at the Deutsche Historische Institut in Paris. French and German researchers and ...

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CNRS-OpenEdition recruits a Project Technical Officer for OPERAS-D and HIRMEOS projects

Radovič, Daša (3 oct. 2016)

Context OpenEdition is a research infrastructure based in France dedicated to open access publication in the humanities and social sciences. OpenEdition coordinates OPERAS, a joint effort by 19 institutions in 9 countries to develop a common infrastructure in the European research area and align ...

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Open Electronic Publishing Summer University: programme

George, Lisa (9 sept. 2011)

The circulation of knowledge in the digital era. What are the connections between authors, publishers, libraries and readers of digital books? Here is the detailed programme of the Open Electronic Publishing Summer University. Registered participants will soon find all the practical information they ...

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Second Summer university in open electronic publishing: a pre-programme

George, Lisa (12 avr. 2011)

Presentation What are the connections between authors, publishers, libraries and readers of digital books? The transition of the printed word to its digital equivalent is often interpreted – particularly in the field of the circulation of knowledge – as a questioning of the roles of those ...

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