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OpenEdition Newsletter issue no. 200

George, Lisa (6 nov. 2013)

Today we are publishing the 200th issue of the Lettre d’OpenEdition, our newsletter dedicated to the Calenda platform. Launched with Revues.org in 1999, the Lettre d’OpenEdition now has 50,000 subscribers. Over the years the Lettre has accompanied our platforms as they have evolved, presenting, ...

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OpenEdition in Rome!

George, Lisa (3 févr. 2012)

Marin Dacos, director of the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (Cleo), and Jean-François Rivière, publishing manager at the Cleo will be in Rome from February 6 to 10, 2012, at the invitation of the École française de Rome. On Monday 6, Marin Dacos will give a lecture on "Open access to ...

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Studies in English language online: two journals from Revues.org platform

George, Lisa (5 juil. 2011)

ASp. La revue du GERAS Print and electronic journal publishing research articles on English for Specific Purposes (ESP) ASp publishes research articles, publication listings and reviews related to the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) for both teaching and research. The thematic and non- ...

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OpenEdition at Berlin 11

Giglia, Elena (22 nov. 2013)

This week, Elena Giglia, head of the open access programme at Torino University, is our guest editor. OpenEdition team invited her to give an account of the Berlin 11 conference. Here's her summary of Marin Dacos' presentation. During the session The global perspective: OA at work, Marin Dacos gave ...

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Hypotheses academic blog platform in all languages!

George, Lisa (23 avr. 2012)

As Hypotheses expands, its scope is becoming increasingly international, and so the platform is changing. The internationalisation of Hypotheses is an active process: it is not just about hosting bloggers writing in different languages from around the world, but about creating a specially adapted ...

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Manifesto for the digital humanities

George, Lisa (2 mars 2011)

Context We, professionals or observers of the digital humanities (humanités numériques) came together in Paris for THATCamp on May 18th and 19th, 2010. Over the course of these two days, we discussed, exchanged, and collectively reflected upon what the digital humanities are, and tried to imagine ...

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CIFNAL negotiates access to OpenEdition HSS journals

George, Lisa (9 mars 2016)

Through the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) consortium, member libraries of the Collaborative Initiative for French Language Collections (CIFNAL) can now subscribe to OpenEdition Freemium for Journals (OEFJ) at a preferential rate. This offer includes a subscription to a bundle of 143 peer- ...

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CNRS-OpenEdition recruits a Project Technical Officer for OPERAS-D and HIRMEOS projects

Radovič, Daša (3 oct. 2016)

Context OpenEdition is a research infrastructure based in France dedicated to open access publication in the humanities and social sciences. OpenEdition coordinates OPERAS, a joint effort by 19 institutions in 9 countries to develop a common infrastructure in the European research area and align ...

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Hypotheses.org blog platform in libraries : new features

George, Lisa (6 févr. 2012)

Hypotheses.org in Ebsco A-Z The Hypotheses.org blog platform is now integrated into EBSCO A-to-Z, a service that allows libraries, mainly university libraries, to create and maintain an updated catalogue of electronic resources in the form of a database with a letter-based interface. ISSN for each ...

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OpenEdition Facility of Excellence Awards (Equipex)

George, Lisa (23 févr. 2012)

14 February 2012, the Digital Library for Open Humanities (DILOH) received the Label Equipex future investment award. The jury and French Higher Education and Research Ministry issued the award in recognition of OpenEdition’s role as a strategic platform for research and innovation. OpenEdition is ...

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