Bioline International (BI) is an electronic publishing service committed to providing open access to quality scientific research generated in developing countries. The primary objective of BI is to improve the accessibility, visibility and research impact of research published in developing countries. With peer-reviewed journals from Brazil, India, Malaysia, Turkey, Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, China and more, BI provides a unique platform for making bioscience information generated in these countries available to the international research community.
|Project Open Source|Open Access is a two and a half year University of Toronto cross-divisional, tri-campus initiative to develop a networked community of scholars, students and members of the broader community interested in the phenomenon of open source.|
|AnthroSource is a groundbreaking collaboration between the American Anthropological Association (AAA) and the University of California Press, created in response to and in anticipation of the changing landscape of scholarly communication in the digital environment. AAA is the largest professional society of anthropologists in the world, and the single largest publisher of scholarly journals in anthropology. AAA is committed to developing AnthroSource as the primary, centralized access point to comprehensive and integrated resources that advance anthropological scholarship and practices, enhance teaching, learning and professional development.|
UNESCO Open Access Directory
|Institutional Repository project|