CNUDST is pleased to make available the record of the 1st Webinar organised by LIBSENSE, AJOL, ASSAf, DOAJ, EIFL and UCT, held on 10 February 2022 and entitled “DOAJ introduction and overview”.
This webinar, aimed at African editors and publishers
Faced with the proliferation of electronic scientific journals and ambiguities related to bibliometric indicators and with appearance of “predatory journals”, CNUDST offers researchers and reviwers reliable source of information to help detect the right title.
The page “Sources of assessing scientific journals” lists the main
The CNUDST is pleased to provide you with Scientific and Technical Information resources referenced in PIST.TN portal under the Open Access journal collection.
More than 17,000 full-text journals and conference proceedings are available. It’s about a selection issued from international publishers,
As part of the ongoing efforts to upgrade Tunisian scientific journals, we are pleased to call Tunisian open access journal editors and publishers to join webinar series run by AJOL, ASSAf, DOAJ, EIFL, LIBSENSE, and UCT on Thursdays at 10:00
We have the pleasure to invite you to the LIBSENSE Virtual Workshop: Arab Region Prospective taking place on 13 October 2020 from 11:00am to 12:30pm UTC. This workshop comes as a continuation and follow up on the LIBSENSE-III Workshop held in Tunisia in April
IJARTech.com “International Journal of Applied Research and Technology“ (ISSN 1737-4763) is a new scientific tunisian journal in Open Access with its 1st issue published in November 2018.
It has its review borad, bilingual (french, english) and it includes several domains:
We are pleased to invite you to submit your proposals to the 3rd International Conference on Open Access (ICOA’18, International Colloquium on Open Access). The theme of this conference is: “Open Access to Science: Foundations, Issues and Dynamics”.
The new edition of JELA Day 2017, which took place in ISD in April 10th , 2017, is indeed an opportunity to think about the difficulties of projects implementation of Open Access in tunisian institutions and so the way the ISD will