Five Reasons Why You Should Submit to AfricArXiv

By submitting your work through us to any of our partner repository services African scientists of any discipline can present their research findings and connect with other researchers on the African continent and globally free of charge. All our partner repositories assign a DOI (digital object identifier) and an open scholarly license (usually CC-BY 4.0) to your work ensuring discoverability in research databases through the Crossref indexing service.

African Digital Research Repositories: Mapping the Landscape

Authors & Contributors in alphabetical orderBezuidenhout, Louise, Havemann, Jo, Kitchen, Stephanie, De Mutiis, Anna, & Owango, Joy. (2020). African Digital Research Repositories: Mapping the Landscape [Data set]. Zenodo. doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3732172 Visual Map: https://kumu.io/a2P/african-digital-research-repositories Dataset: https://tinyurl.com/African-Research-RepositoriesArchived at https://info.africarxiv.org/african-digital-research-repositories/ Submission form: https://forms.gle/CnyGPmBxN59nWVB38 Licensing: Text and Visual Map – CC-BY-SA 4.0 // Dataset – CC0 (Public Read more…

African preprint server creates info hub for coronavirus research

Originally published at researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-news-africa…/ Grassroots contributions sought to trigger collaborations and share insights The free preprint service AfricArXiv has created an information hub where scientists and others can add information about the novel coronavirus to help coordinate the continent’s response.  AfricArXiv has created a Google doc and a Github repository Read more…