AJOL

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AJOLAfrican Journals Online (South Africa)
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It shows that JSTOR (1.85) ranked highest as the most frequently used electronic database and was followed in succession by AJOL (1.63), AGORA (1.58), HINARI (1.46), EBSCO Host ( 1.45), DOAJ (1.40).
[http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/esa.] this is the fixed root, assigned by AJOL according to CrossRef requirements;l followed by [v27i1] the volume and issue number (which changes each time); and finally, [1/2/3/4...] the number assigned to each article according to order in table of contents.
Susan Murray, managing director of African Journals Online (AJOL), has expressed concerns about unintentional consequences of OA on local publishing ?
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African journals online (AJOL) is a service to provide access to African published research, and increase worldwide knowledge of indigenous scholarship.
(2009) '"Moving Africa away from the global knowledge periphery": A case study of AJOL' in T.
The Electronic Publishing Trust for Development and BioMed Central's Open Access and the Developing World do a nice job of tracking the latest happenings, while geographically focused efforts such as SciELO (for Latin America) and AJOL (for Africa) provide greater access for particular regions and language groups.
Those arrested included: Nisar Gul, Gul Hassan, Yousuf Lawar Khan, Ajol, Isam Khan and Altaf.
Three other digital archives that deserve mention are Bioline International, Scientific Electronic Library Online (SCIELO 2007), and African Journals Online (AJOL 2007).
The journal now appears to be adhering to a more consistent annual publication schedule and in addition to continued print availability, is now available online as PDF downloads through the African Journals Online (AJOL) project.
The Eroski and Ajol groups have also agreed to in-store promotions.