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AJOLAfrican Journals Online (South Africa)
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In response to this challenge, African Journals Online (AJOL) and INASP were approached by journal editors who wanted a way to demonstrate the quality of their journals, as well as guidance and support to operate to the same standards and processes as those published in the Global North.
For the purpose of this study, to effectively discuss the application and the use of DOIs on scholarly materials in Africa, we will like to take a look at African Journals Online (AJOL), even though some few journals from Africa were not indexed in AJOL, since they did not register with AJOL.
* African Journals Online (AJOL) provides access to AJFAND published materials.
These listings are on Web of Science Core Collection, Science Citation Index Expanded, SCIE (previously known as ISI); Web of Science Core Collection, Social Sciences Citation Index, SSCI (previously known as ISI); SCOPUS; GALE; CENGAGE Learning; Sci-ELO SA; African Journals Online (AJOL); African Index Medicus; Google Scholar; Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers, Level 1.
As a member of the African Journals Online (AJOL) network (www.ajol.info), we are able to take advantage of the partnership between AJOL and CrossRef (www.crossref.org), the independent membership association that "connects users to primary research content".
Others were gathered from databases such as African Journals Online (www.ajol.info) and the Directory of Open Access Journals (www.doaj.org).
African journals online (AJOL) is a service to provide access to African published research, and increase worldwide knowledge of indigenous scholarship.
African Journals Online offers free visibility and searchability and (paid) access to over 340 African journals (but its scope is not limited to biomedical sciences).
African Journals Online. Available: http://www.ajol.info/ [accessed 15 August 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.
A literature search of case series and case reports of ASDs from the African continent was done through PubMed/MEDLINE, Google Scholar, African Journals Online (AJOL), and archives of the Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry.
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