COVID-19: Érudit Access and Services

This page will be updated regularly with the latest information about Érudit’s services and access to content on the platform. List of journals temporarily freely available – 30/03/2020 The response from the journals that we disseminate with an embargo to our proposal for temporary free access has been very positive. It should be noted that only […]

Laval théologique et philosophique is turning 75

Founded in 1945, the journal Laval théologique et philosophique has a rich history of both continuity and transformations. Enriching intellectual life From 1945 to the late 1960s, the journal was greatly influenced by the writings of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Following epistemological transformations in the mid-twentieth century, the intellectual thrust of Laval théologique et philosophique has […]

Call for applications – Scholarly journals 2021

Canadian scholarly journals wishing to be disseminated on the Érudit platform (erudit.org) may apply until March 27, 2020. For more information and to learn about the application process, visit https://apropos.erudit.org/en/collections-en/journals/call-for-applications/ 

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 comparative literature professor took part in the Budapest Initiative for […]

Public Knowledge Project Selected for SCOSS

We are delighted to congratulate the Public Knowledge Project team, as PKP has been selected by the Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services (SCOSS) as part of its second funding cycle. SCOSS is a network of institutions committed to providing long-term support to the major components of open access and open science infrastructures. Officially […]

New Titles 2020

No less than 21 journals will start disseminating in 2020 on the Érudit platform! With subjects like fundamental transformations of our society (Cahiers Société), Policies relating to indigenous peoples (The International Indigenous Policy Journal), the social participation of people with disabilities (Human Development, Disability and Social Change) or library science (Partnership), these journals represent the richness of research and […]

Coalition Publica Strategic Plan Consultation

We’ve been working with our partners Public Knowledge Project on a strategic plan for our joint project Coalition Publica and we’d love to get input from our community. Check out the plan at http://bit.ly/2ObUgSR – you can comment directly in the doc or you can email us at info@coalition-publi.ca. The consultation period ends December 8, […]

Annual Report 2018-2019

  We are pleased to present our 2018-2019 Annual Report. In the past year, we focused on the development of a Canada-wide digital service offering, the internationalization of the Partnership for Open Access, and collaboration with several research teams. This year was also a special one for us, as we celebrated the 20th anniversary of our organization. Have […]

Renewal of the agreement between Érudit and Collecto: Guaranteeing schools’ access to Canadian scientific and cultural publications.

Érudit and Collecto Services regroupés en éducation have renewed their agreement allowing 175,000 CEGEP students to access the largest corpus of social science and humanities journals in Canada. The diverse range of sources provided by search engines and the transformation of the media landscape make it increasingly difficult to find reliable information online. In this […]

Did Someone Say Canadian Academic Journals?

As our scientific director Vincent Larivière says, “Quebec and Canadian academic journals allow the dissemination of papers on national interests and benefit from a much higher usage than the average international journals.” (De l’importance des revues de recherche nationales, Acfas, translated from French by Érudit, 2014). But what are the salient characteristics of our national journals? As part […]