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Érudit and PKP support the Jussieu’s Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity

The Érudit’s and Public Knowledge Project’s team members want to affirm their formal and enthusiastic support for Jussieu’s Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity. The two organizations, which have been developing open and interoperable research infrastructures for some time, have joined together in 2017 (CO-SHS project) to create a sustainable open access funding model based […]

Érudit and Montreal Public Libraries

From now on, the 186 academic and cultural journals disseminated on Érudit will be available to everyone in Montreal. Thanks to an agreement signed by Érudit and the Montreal Public Libraries Network, 400,000 members now have access to all content available on the Érudit website. All they have to do is go to one of […]

Érudit experiences a growing success in the United States

Crédits : New York Public Library, Rose Main Reading Room – Picture by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0 – Source. University libraries from Harvard, Yale, Duke, University of Washington, University of Vermont and the New York Public Library (NYPL) have renewed their subscription to Érudit for a third year in a row. This agreement with the […]

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 […]

Érudit in Europe: Presentation of our Canadian Partnership for Open Access

Érudit-CRKN 2015-2017: A Canadian Partnership for Open Access Érudit signed this winter an important partnership with the consortium of Canadian universities CRKN for the support of the Canadian scholarly publishing and its dissemination in open access. This partnership brings together over 100 scholarly journals and 53 university libraries across Canada and offers an innovative model […]

An award-winning PhD student

Marie-Eve Gonthier, PhD student at Université du Québec à Rimouski was congratulated by the Fonds de recherche du Québec Société et Culture for her publication about the ways new media influence writing. Discover it on Érudit and consult FRQSC web site for more informations.