AfricArXiv is a community-led digital archive for African research, working towards building an African-owned open scholarly repository; a knowledge commons of African scholarly works to catalyze the African Renaissance. We partner with established scholarly repository services to provide a platform for African scientists of any discipline to present their research findings and connect with other researchers on the African continent and globally.
At AfricArXiv, you can share any research output you produce free of charge to make manuscripts, datasets, presentations, posters, code, proposals, and more citable (through a DOI and an open CC BY license) and discoverable, as your work will be indexed in scholarly databases.
In case you were wondering, YES you can still submit your manuscript to a journal, we suggest you choose an Open Access journal either from AJOL or DOAJ. We have compiled a few more resources for journal selection resources at africarxiv.org/open-scholarly-publishing/
Submit your research results
As an African researcher and as a non-African researcher working on African topics you can submit your preprint manuscript, postprint, poster, data set, presentation, or another format in one of the following service platforms we partner with:
tabular data, images, video, presentations, posters, code, book chapters
The 6th edition of the Multilingualism Week Conference commences from the 28th to the 30th of September. This is a one-of-a-kind event that brings together language enthusiasts, students, and professionals to network and discuss relevant language industry Read more…
As recently announced, we are holding weekly Q&A sessions with Access 2 Perspectives, every Thursday at 3 pm UTC+2. You are most welcome to register and ask anything about Open Science and research project management. Read more…
AfricArXiv was represented at the VAD conference 2022 in Freiburg, Germany, organized by the Africa Centre for Transregional Research (ACT) conference focused on the theme of African Europe, reciprocal perspectives and it addressed processes of Read more…