Posts by Gwendal Henry

Quebec CEGEP libraries renew their support for Canadian scholarly and cultural publications through the Érudit-CCSR agreement.

More than 140,000 Quebec students and teachers will continue to enjoy privileged access to one of the largest corpuses of journals in the humanities and social sciences in Canada through the renewed agreement between Érudit and the 50 CEGEP libraries who are members of the CCSR. The renewed agreement confirms the CEGEP network’s strong interest […]

4.3 M investment to create a Canadian Cyberinfrastructure for humanities and social sciences research

Press release – For immediate release The Canada Foundation for Innovation announced the funding of 7 national cyberinfrastructures, including the Open Science SSH Cyberinfrastructure under the direction of Vincent Larivière, holder of the Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication of Université de Montréal and Érudit scientific director. With a total funding of […]

Two new journals available in fully Open Access

Two journals disseminated on have adopted an open access model for the publication of their articles. In so doing, all Érudit’s users would have the pleasure of accessing Lien Social & Politiques and Philosophiques in their entirety, including the new issues. Lien Social & Politiques questions public policies through the lens of social links, […]

New Journal on Érudit: BioéthiqueOnline

Editorial line BioéthiqueOnline is an open access academic journal published online since 2012. Born from a collaborative endeavour between Bioethics Program and Bioethics Student Association (AÉBiUM) at Université de Montréal, BioéthiqueOnline has a mandate to share and disseminate research from various bioethics-related fields. Within a context where clinical, public health and technologies ethics, among others, […]

Appointment of Frédéric Bouchard as Chairman of Érudit’s Board of Directors

Consortium Érudit is pleased to announce the appointment of Frédéric Bouchard as Chairman of its Board of Directors. A philosopher of science, Frédéric Bouchard is Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Université de Montréal and the first holder of ÉSOPE Chair in philosophy (2014-2018). He is also Associate vice-president to research, discovery, creation and […]

Érudit Platform Redesign

Towards a new Érudit in autumn 2016! Since several months, our development team has been working on the next release of Érudit platform. Platform’s interface (“front-end”), technologies (“back-end”) and services provided will be updated. The new platform launch is expected for autumn 2016. This new version will offer users an improved reading experience due to […]

Substance Consortium

Last year, the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) and the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (CoKo) partnered to support an open source ecosystem for knowledge creation and dissemination. Today, we are proud to announce that, in conjunction with Consortium Érudit, we are taking another concrete step towards this common goal. Our three organizations have identified Substance, a JavaScript library […]

2016 PKP Sprint Development

We are pleased to participate this year in the organization of PKP development sprint. This event will take place on 25 and 26 April 2016 at the Carrefour des  arts  et des sciences of the Université de Montréal (Room C-3061, Pavillon Lionel Groulx). PKP is a Canadian organization that develops a suite of Open source […]

Open Access Week: activities and commitment

The Open Access Week is an event that annually brings together hundreds of initiatives worldwide in support of Open Access dissemination of research results. Activities for Open Access Week During this week, we will have the pleasure to present our partnership with the CRKN for the support of scholarly journals and Open Access dissemination: October […]

Launch of a Socio-Economic Study on Canadian Scholarly Journals

Montréal (Québec), July 8, 2015 – At a time when scholarly dissemination is facing major challenges, Érudit is carrying out an important study on Canadian scholarly journals in collaboration with several organizations involved in academic publishing. The Canadian scholarly journal community, made up of 350 or so journals, is going through a period of unprecedented […]