digital humanities


NosLivres.net: Open Access to French Books

The catalogue “noslivres.net” list scholarly Open Access in French ebooks freely available online: The list of sites participating to the portal is the following but other digital libraries may join the project: Bibliothèque électronique du Québec (BEQ) Bibliothèque numérique romande (BNR) Bibliothèque Russe et Slave (BRS) Ebooks Libres et Gratuits (ELG) ÉFÉLÉ Gallica La bibliothèque […]

OpenEdition Books, a fourth OpenEdition platform

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      OpenEdition Books is the fourth OpenEdition platform after Revues.org, the OA journals platform in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Calenda, the Agenda for the SocialScience and Humanities activities and Hypothèses, the scholarly blogging platform in the SSH that we discussed earlier in this blog. OpenEdition Books distributes collections of books published […]

Hypotheses.org, scholarly blogging in the Social Sciences and Humanities: a workshop by Pierre Mounier (EHESS, Paris)

  Pierre Mounier, Teacher at Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, EHESS (Paris, France) and Associate Director of the Center for open electronic publishing (Cléo) will teach two courses on Hypothèses.org at University of Pisa Wednesday 20 March 2013 and at the EUI the following day, Thursday 21 March. Both sessions will be free of charge. […]

OAPEN eBooks platform – The best Open Access European project in the Social Sciences and Humanities ?

OAPEN is an online library and publication platform for scholarly books in the Humanities and Social Sciences. OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks) is a collaborative initiative to develop and implement a sustainable Open Access publication model for academic books in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The OAPEN Library aims to improve the visibility […]

OpenEdition Academic Committee’s statement on Open Access

The OpenEdition, the most important Open Access academic publisher in France in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences -opened to other Europan languages an countries- has issued a call to the French Governement asking for more support of OA policies in the French academic world. OpenEdition suggests to adopt a general business model for […]