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French Translation of the DOAJ Documentation

A collaboration between Mir@bel and Érudit, the French translation of the DOAJ membership documentation will help to promote French-language scholarly journals published in open access. The DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) is an international reference for peer-reviewed open access journals. As of today, more

New Version of the Guide on Metadata in OJS

One of the goals of Coalition Publica, our partnership with the Public Knowledge Project, is to support Canadian scholarly journals disseminated on the erudit.org platform that use Open Journal Systems (OJS). For a majority of these journals, articles are integrated into erudit.org thanks to a

Retrospective on the Symposium québécois des revues savantes

The Symposium québécois des revues savantes, which was held in Montréal on November 20, 2023, was the highlight of Érudit’s 25th anniversary celebrations. Organized in collaboration with Acfas, this event brought together forty journal editors and several Scholarly Communications librarians to delve into the challenges

Symposium québécois des revues savantes

Update as of November 13: This event is fully booked, and registration for the Symposium is now closed. We are expecting teams from over 70 journals, and our workshop room capacity does not allow for more. This autumn, Érudit and Acfas are joining forces to

Summary of a symposium on scholarly journals

The symposium titled “Entre anglicisation de la recherche et libre accès : imaginer l’avenir des revues en sciences humaines et sociales” (Between increasingly anglicized research and open access: imagining the future of journals in the humanities) aimed to present the issues and challenges that French-language

Working Towards Equitable Open Access

As part of Open Access Week, Érudit and the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) would like to underline the value of equity in the transition to open access in Canada and around the world. The theme of this year's International Open Access Week is "It Matters

Interview with Jean-Claude Guédon

Over the past several years, Jean-Claude Guédon, a leading advocate in the open access movement, has been actively calling for a revival of the true purpose of scholarly research—what he calls the Great Scientific Conversation. In support of this idea, the former Université de Montréal