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Open access to humanities –
perspectives from the Global South
World Humanities Conference
CLACSO’s 50th Anniversary Sympo...
Latin American Council of Social Sciences
(CLACSO)
• Non-governmental international organization with
UNESCO associate sta...
CLACSO´s open access results
• CLACSO´s editorial catalog
– 2.500 books in open access
• CLACSO´s Digital Repository
– 100...
CLACSO´s open access campaign principles
Knowledge is a commons
Access to knowledge is a right
Knowledge produced with pub...
Open access to research – benefits of publishing in
open access journals and repositories (SPARC)
• Increases readers’ abi...
Predominant in anglosaxon countries
• Article processing charges
(APC), subsidies and
collective initiatives for
open acce...
Open Access in the Global South
• Open access scholarly communications managed by scholarly
communities
• No outsourcing t...
To search for
OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS
JOLs
to search for
OPEN ACCESS REPOSITORIES
Directory of Open Access Repositories
What kind of contents can be found in
repositories worlwide
Aligning Repository Networks: International Accord May 2017
CIRG-CAS-CHAIR JAIRO-JPCOA-DRF
Humanities in support of local and global
sustainable development agendas
http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustain...
Contact Information
CLACSO- Estados Unidos 1168 C1101AAX Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Telephone numbers: (54...
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Open access to humanities – perspectives from the Global South

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World Humanities Conference
CLACSO’s 50th Anniversary Symposium
Panel “The humanities and knowledge as a public good” 
University of Liege, Belgium, 7-9 August 2017

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Open access to humanities – perspectives from the Global South

  1. 1. Open access to humanities – perspectives from the Global South World Humanities Conference CLACSO’s 50th Anniversary Symposium Panel “The humanities and knowledge as a public good” University of Liege, Belgium, 7-9 August 2017 CLACSO´s Open Access programs
  2. 2. Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) • Non-governmental international organization with UNESCO associate status • 50 years (established in 1967) • Brings together 616 social sciences and humanities associated institutions in 47 countries • 110 Working Groups with 3,430 researchers from 57 countries • Inter-regional cooperation activities in social sciences and humanities
  3. 3. CLACSO´s open access results • CLACSO´s editorial catalog – 2.500 books in open access • CLACSO´s Digital Repository – 100.000 social science and humanities full-texts in open access (one million downloads a month) • CLACSO-REDALYC portal of social science and humanities peer-review journals from Iberoamerica – 864 open access journals (364.000 articles), 4 million downloads average each month • Incidence in open access policies and legislation http://biblioteca.clacso.edu.ar/documentos/CLACSO_and_Open_Access_version_ingles.pdf
  4. 4. CLACSO´s open access campaign principles Knowledge is a commons Access to knowledge is a right Knowledge produced with public funds must be publicly available and freely accessible http://biblioteca.clacso.edu.ar/documentos/CLACSO_and_Open_Access_version_ingles.pdf
  5. 5. Open access to research – benefits of publishing in open access journals and repositories (SPARC) • Increases readers’ ability to find/use relevant literature • Increases the visibility, readership and impact of author’s works • Creates new avenues for discovery in digital environment • Enhances interdisciplinary research • Accelerates the pace of research, discovery and innovation source SPARC www.sparc.arl.org/resources/open-access/why-oa
  6. 6. Predominant in anglosaxon countries • Article processing charges (APC), subsidies and collective initiatives for open access journals • book processing charges are the predominant form of current implementation for open-access books full-text in www.martineve.com/images/uploads/2014 /11/Eve_2014_Open-Access-and-the- • Article processing charges (APC), subsidies and collective initiatives for open access journals • book processing charges are the predominant form of current implementation for open-access books www.martineve.com/images/uploads/2014/11/Eve_2014_Open-Access-and-the-Humanities.pdf Open access and humanities in the North
  7. 7. Open Access in the Global South • Open access scholarly communications managed by scholarly communities • No outsourcing to commercial publishers • Costs covered with public funds for research and education • Examples:  Open access journals  Open access journal portals  Open access repositories  Institutional  National  Regional  Subject repositories  Other publishing platforms
  8. 8. To search for OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS JOLs
  9. 9. to search for OPEN ACCESS REPOSITORIES Directory of Open Access Repositories
  10. 10. What kind of contents can be found in repositories worlwide
  11. 11. Aligning Repository Networks: International Accord May 2017 CIRG-CAS-CHAIR JAIRO-JPCOA-DRF
  12. 12. Humanities in support of local and global sustainable development agendas http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/
  13. 13. Contact Information CLACSO- Estados Unidos 1168 C1101AAX Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina Telephone numbers: (54-11) 4304-9505/9332 | clacso@clacso.edu.ar | www.clacso.org Thank you!!! Fernanda Saforcada, Academic Cooperation, CLACSO Questions about open access: Dominique Babini, Open Access Advisor at CLACSO babini@clacso.edu.ar

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