Category: Digital humanities

Marin Dacos speaking at Berlin 11. Photo by Elena Giglia. 0

OpenEdition at Berlin 11

This week, Elena Giglia, head of the open access programme at Torino University, is our guest editor. OpenEdition team invited her to give an account of the Berlin 11 conference. Here’s her summary of...

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The global perspective: OA at work

Elena Giglia, head of the open access programme at Torino University, describes the talks at the third session of Berlin 11. The third session of Berlin 11 was dedicated to good practices worldwide. The...

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A new OAI-PMH repository for OpenEdition

OpenEdition has recently set up a new OAI-PMH repository, available at this address: http://oai.openedition.org. This repository is accessible to all and contains all documents from the OpenEdition Books, Revues.org, Hypotheses, and Calenda platforms. It...

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Arguments for Open Access to Research Results

This text was first published on 15 March 2013 in Le Monde by sixty professionals belonging to the community of higher education and research: university presidents, directors of several Maisons des Sciences de l’Homme, publishers, representatives...