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Frequently Asked Questions
Why I can't access to an article on Érudit?
90% of content on Érudit is offer in Open Access. For some journals, the last 2 or 3 years old publications are restricted by a subscription. Please communicate with your institution to obtain an access.
How can I publish my these on Érudit?
Érudit only harvests the metadata of theses databases. Its not possible to add directly a these.
How can I publish my article on Érudit?
Erudit is a disseminating platform that provides access to over 110 academic journals in the humanities and social sciences, as well as the natural science disciplines. You must contact the journal you are interested to publish in directly. Here is the list of the journals we work with: http://www.erudit.org/revue/?lang=en. You will find contact information by clicking on the “About this Journal” tab on the upper left corner of any page you are on.
How to cite an article available on Érudit?
You may certainly cite the articles published on the portal as long as you properly identify the source, using the permanent URL of the article. You will always find this permanent URL on the first page of the PDF files (under the mention “To cite this article, use the following address”). You may find more information about citing Érudit documents to the following address: http://www.erudit.org/documents/apropos/EN_Erudit_Policy_of_Use_2.1.1.pdf.
Can I use an excerpt from an article available on Érudit?
Documents disseminating on Érudit can be distribute in a fair and non-commercial use, for studies, research or proceedings.
Can I add an article available on Érudit in a corpus of documents distributed in class?
Érudit is not the owner of the copyright. To request such authorization, you should contact directly the journal management. You will find their contact in the “About this journal” section on Érudit.
Érudit’s mission is to promote and disseminate research and creation results.