Posts by Gwendal Henry

Érudit offers their support to Laurentian University

The Érudit Consortium is concerned about the situation of francophone researchers and students in Canada and is calling for a quick and effective government intervention to preserve Laurentian University’s programs. The humanities, social sciences and French-language research will be most affected. Érudit is committed to promoting the recognition and use of French language in research, […]

Culture to go – Portraits of Influential Women Near and Far

The Érudit platform and SODEP continue to feature digital articles from Quebec cultural magazines in the winter edition of Bagages culturels / Culture to go. The third and final theme is Portraits of Influential Women Near and Far. Presented by Mélikah Abdelmoumen (author, editor and professor), this theme invites us to discover the important roles […]

Research Notes

The ÉruditResearch Team has conducted four research notes on issues impacting the scholarly communication community: Open-Access Principles and Policies Copyright and Creative Commons Licenses Open Science Scholarly Impact Metrics These notes, also available on these pages in English and French, can be widely shared.

Call for Proposals – Big Data

In collaboration with the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) and Compute Canada, and with the participation of various heritage institutions in Canada, Érudit provides access to a vast collection of digitized periodicals, available in full text for text mining and analysis. As part of our Coalition Publica partnership with PKP, we have just launched a call for proposals to encourage the […]

Now Open – 2022 Call for Applications for Scholarly Journals

  Our call for applications is officially open! Do you know of a scholarly journal that could benefit from our digital publishing and dissemination services? Our initiative offers the possibility for Canadian scholarly journals to benefit from the services of Coalition Publica and to be disseminated on the erudit.org platform in 2022. Journals must meet a number of […]

Promoting digital access to Quebec’s cultural magazines: Culture to go / Bagages culturels, a successful campaign

The Érudit Consortium and the Société de développement des périodiques culturels québécois (SODEP) are continuing their joint promotional campaign celebrating Quebec’s cultural magazines. Throughout the summer of 2020, the erudit.org platform and SODEP digitally showcased articles from Quebec’s cultural magazines to add sizzle to summer reading lists in Quebec and worldwide. The Culture to go […]

Culture to go – Northern Living

Throughout the summer of 2020, Érudit and the Société de développement des périodiques culturels québécois (SODEP) put forward articles taken from Quebec cultural journals in order to enhance the summer readings of Quebecers, as well as Internet users around the world. The Bagages culturels / Culture to go campaign, which reached a large audience, highlighted […]

Rising Number of Wikipedia References

Founded in 2001, Wikipedia is an online collaborative, multilingual, and universal encyclopedia, with over 30 million entries written and updated by volunteers from the community. The encyclopedia, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, is free for use and managed by a non-profit. The platform is visited by more 500 million monthly visitors and is […]

Érudit Team is awarded by a Prix du recteur 2020

This winter, the Érudit team had the honour of receiving the Prix du recteur 2020 from the Université de Montréal in the category of valorization of the French language. These awards recognize the achievements of members of the UdeM community who are outstanding and whose commitment illustrates the university’s values in an exceptional manner. We are […]

Selection of articles on the Holidays theme

The Érudit team wishes you a very happy holiday season. On this occasion, discover several articles from journals disseminated by Érudit on the topic of end-of-year celebrations: Tourtière and Cretons: Celebratory French-Canadian Meat Dishes in Today’s New England, par Kristen Merrill Cuizine, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2013 To anyone of French-Canadian descent growing up in the former mill towns of […]