Posts by: Lisa George
pkp_logo_vert3 OpenEdition is proud to support the Canadian project PKP (Public Knowledge Project) and thereby contribute to the development of open source solutions for digital publishing. This partnership demonstrates the shared vision of OpenEdition and PKP to promote open access academic and scientific publishing by providing innovative and scalable professional solutions. OpenEdition’s digital publishing platforms, OpenEdition […]
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pkp_logo_vert3 OpenEdition est fier d’apporter son soutien au projet canadien PKP (Public Knowledge Project) et d’accompagner ainsi le développement de solutions libres au service de l’édition électronique. Ce partenariat illustre la vision partagée d’OpenEdition et de PKP d’oeuvrer en faveur de l’édition universitaire et scientifique en open access, en fournissant des solutions professionnelles innovantes et évolutives. […]
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El equipo de OpenEdition será presente en la 27º edición de la Feria Internacional de Libro de Guadalajara, desde el sábado 30 de noviembre hasta el miércoles 4 de diciembre 2013, en el Centro de Exposiciones Expo Guadalajara. Podrán encontrarnos en nuestro stand HH27. Esta feria es una de los encuentros más importantes sobre  libros […]
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OpenEdition vous donne rendez-vous à la vingt-septième édition de la Feria Internacional del libro de Guadalajara qui se déroulera du samedi 30 novembre au mercredi 4 décembre 2013, au Centro de Exposiciones Expo Guadalajara. Cette manifestation constitue la plus grande foire du livre d’Amérique Latine et un espace privilégié de débats et de rencontres entre professionnels […]
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AfficheSalonSH2013 Rendez-vous avec l’équipe d’OpenEdition au 7e Salon du livre des sciences humaines qui se tiendra au Palais de la Porte Dorée, Paris 12e, du vendredi 22 au dimanche 24 novembre 2013. Cette manifestation constitue un espace privilégié de débats et de rencontres entre professionnels et grand public en présence, cette année,  des éditeurs universitaires d’Argentine […]
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Palais des Congrès de Montréal, JamesCTerry (CC BY-NC 2.0) Le 14 octobre prochain, OpenEdition proposera un panel sur le thème du blogging sientifique à l’occasion du Forum mondial des sciences sociales de Montréal, dédié, cette année, aux transformations sociales à l’ère du numérique. Palais des Congrès de Montréal, JamesCTerry (CC BY-NC 2.0) Marin Dacos Introduction Initié par les physiciens, le mouvement de l’open access […]
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  La quatrième plateforme d’OpenEdition OpenEdition Books, la quatrième plateforme d’OpenEdition est en ligne depuis hier ! Après Revues.org, Calenda et Hypothèses, OpenEdition Books diffuse les collections de livres des éditeurs de sciences humaines et sociales. Elle a pour ambition de construire une bibliothèque internationale pour les humanités numériques et ce, en encourageant les éditeurs […]
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On the importance of international organisations in the structuring of the Open Access movement, as part of reflections on the articulation between academic publishing and Open Access. The Open Access movement is a recent development in the history of academic publication. It is mainly represented by several international organisations working outside the national institutional scope, […]
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Pour la 6e année consécutive, la Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme organise le Salon du livre des sciences humaines. Près d’une centaine d’éditeurs, une vingtaine de conférences et de débats d’idées, plus de 50 auteurs et journalistes seront présents du vendredi 23 au dimanche 25 novembre 2012 à l’Espace des Blancs Manteaux à Paris. […]
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Dans le cadre de la semaine internationale de l’Open Access, OpenEdition publie une série de billets sur les différents aspects de l’articulation entre édition scientifique et libre accès. Ce premier billet est consacré à la publicisation de la politique des éditeurs scientifiques vis-à-vis des dépôts en archives ouvertes. Héloïse est un nouveau service d’information sur les […]
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In a previous post last May, we wrote about DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journal)  labelling for the Revues.org platform’s new journals. As well as this labelling, the DOAJ now offers the chance to search the metadata (author, title, abstract, keywords, etc) of articles in labelled journals from its own site. This new service is […]
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À l’occasion du deuxième THATCamp Paris qui a réuni quelque 160 participants à l’EHESS, les 25 et 26 septembre 2012, OpenEdition Press publie le Read/Write Book 2, Une introduction aux humanités numériques, sous la direction de Pierre Mounier. Quatrième de couverture : “Apparue en 2006, l’expression “humanités numériques” connaît depuis un véritable succès. Mais au-delà […]
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Nous publions ci-dessous une interview de Pierre Mounier, directeur adjoint du Cléo, au sujet de THATCamp Paris 2012. Ses propos ont été recueillis par Nadine Dardenne (TGE Adonis) et le texte est initialement paru en juillet 2012 dans la Lettre l’information de l’INSHS, n°18. Le Centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte (Cléo) organise les 25 et […]
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Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie A journal presenting research on world music Founded in Geneva in 1988 within the framework of the Ateliers d’ethnomusicologie, the Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles took over from Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie in 2007. The journal is published annually, and each volume focuses on a theme, to which the top specialists in the discipline of ethnomusicology […]
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Richard Stallman, président de la Free Software Foundation, militant du logiciel libre, initiateur du projet GNU et de la licence publique générale GNU sera à Marseille le mercredi 22 février pour une  conférence exceptionnelle intitulée “Logiciel Libre, Société Libre et Solidaire”. Cet événement est co-organisé par Assodev-Marsnet* et le Centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte, avec […]
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volume_160x75 Volume ! A multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of popular music Volume ! La revue des musiques populaires is published quarterly by Éditions Mélanie Seteun, founded in 2002. It is devoted to the pluridisciplinary study of popular music and combines methodological approaches and French theory with those of cultural and popular music studies. For […]
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            OpenEdition vous souhaite une bonne année 2012 OpenEdition wünscht Ihnen ein frohes neues Jahr 2012 يتمنى لكم عاماً سعيداً OpenEdition OpenEdition deseja a todos um Bom Ano 2012 OpenEdition les desea un feliz año nuevo 2012 OpenEdition is the umbrella portal for Revues.org, Hypotheses.org, OpenEdition Books and Calenda, four […]
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LusOpenEdition was launched on October 27, 2011 at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon during the OpenAccess Week. The LusOpenEdition project is part of OpenEdition providing the scientific community with three international-scope publishing and information platforms in the humanities and social sciences: Revues.org – Books and Journals Calendar – Announcemtent of scientific events Hypotheses.org – […]
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The OpenEdition team will be in Washington next week for the International Conference on Open Access Berlin 9. Our innovative programme for university libraries OpenEdition Freemium will be presented during the pre-conference on Open Access to be held on November 8 at Johns Hopkins University. Berlin 9 is the latest of a series of nine […]
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At 6 pm on Friday 16 September, Cléo and the Alcazar Library will stage a public debate on “Reading/Writing in the Digital Age”. Held at the end of the Open Electronic Publishing Summer University organised by Cléo, the debate will centre on the launch of the Institut if:lire by Alain Pierrot and Samuel Petit. This […]
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Programme-UE-2011_Page_1 The circulation of knowledge in the digital era. What are the connections between authors, publishers, libraries and readers of digital books? Here is the detailed programme of the Open Electronic Publishing Summer University. Registered participants will soon find all the practical information they need to choose the lectures and workshops they wish to take part […]
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In this lecture, we will explore the opportunities and challenges posed by managing an academic community in the Social Web age from the perspective of publishers and librarians (or anyone involved with community management in an academic context). We will start by giving a basic definition of academic community management and then proceed by describing […]
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Sillages critiques A print and electronic journal of English language literature Sillages critiques is the journal of the “Texte et critique du texte” research centre, which is part of the Ecole doctorale IV, covering Anglophone literature and aesthetics (EA 4085). The journal publishes academic work devoted to English language literature and theoretical reflections on general […]
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Google In 2010 Google launched a programme of financial support for the Digital Humanities. After announcing the first wave of grant winners for American projects, the company has released its list of European winners. Marin Dacos for Cléo (Centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte) and Patrice Bellot for Lia (Laboratoire informatique d’Avignon) are to receive the Google […]
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Couv-LdS-2-211x300 The article is a translation of “Les carnets de recherche en ligne, espace d’une conversation scientifique décentrée” in Lieux de savoir 2. Les mains de l’intellect, ed. by Christian Jacob, Paris, Albin Michel, 2011, 992 pages. ISBN : 9782226187291 Related blog : http://lieuxdesavoir.hypotheses.org     “What industrialists might call the ‘traceability’ of products relies on […]
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"If you'd rather be Portuguese..." The Cléo is happy to announce the start of the LusOpenEdition project, created in partnership with the Cria, a Portuguese anthropology research centre, and financed by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. The aim of the project is to implement, in the next three years, a Portuguese version of the OpenEdition electronic publishing portal in the arts, […]
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Le monde au carré We wished to open our series of conferences at the Summer University in open electronic publishing with consideration of the international aspect of digital publishing. What is new in the developing world? The Argentine Octavio Kulesz will provide us with an up-to-date account of a world undergoing rapid change. “As we know, the digital world […]
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Moleskine mod. Turning a Moleskine notebook into an iPhone case A new participant has been confirmed for the Summer University in Open Electronic Publishing that we are in the midst of organising: Janneke Adema, the prominent author of a recent report on electronic publishing in the humanities and social sciences. We invited her to host one of our ten lectures during the week. This lecture […]
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  With over three million visits per month to its platforms, OpenEdition has become an important actor in humanities and social sciences publishing world, all thanks to you. In 2009, our first survey gave us a chance to identify the Revues.org readership, and you shared your ideas and expectations with us. Today, we have a […]
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Humanistica, la future association européenne dédiée aux digital humanities, lance une enquête sous la forme d’un questionnaire en ligne. L’objectif est de recueillir des informations sur la communauté naissante des digital humanists. Répondre au questionnaire Le projet Humanistica et le Manifeste des digital humanities En répondant à l’enquête sur les digital humanities, vous permettez à […]
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4263193267_fb5cee0c57_z-300x200 (The text below is the follow-up to Scholarly blogs, a space on the side for academic dialogue, part 1, published on this blog on March 2, 2012.) 2. New written forms for old conversations The encounter between the web and the humanities and social sciences in particular has given rise to a profusion of initiatives, and […]
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Presentation What are the connections between authors, publishers, libraries and readers of digital books? The transition of the printed word to its digital equivalent is often interpreted – particularly in the field of the circulation of knowledge – as a questioning of the roles of those involved in the selection, transformation and diffusion of that […]
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About Academic blog

About Academic blog

It is a fast and light publishing mode that allows researchers to provide real-time updates of developments in their own research. Research blogs come in numerous forms: seminar proceedings; accounts of collective research, fieldwork, or archaeological excavations; journal blogs opening up debate to a broader community; discussions forums for research or book projects; research notes; photo blogs, etc. It enables bloggers to interact with readers through comments. It is a simple user-friendly tool that does not require any specialist IT knowledge.
Hypotheses

Hypotheses

Hypotheses is a publication platform for academic blogs in the humanities and social sciences by the  Centre for Open Electronic Publishing.
To create a blog

To create a blog

To create your own blog, you only have to fill a registration form. Hypotheses is open to the whole academic community: researchers, lecturers, information specialists, librarians, etc. in all humanities and social sciences disciplines.