Together with other countries of the region, Argentina participates in open access regional subject repositories with a growing number of full-texts, examples: health (BVS), agriculture (SIDALC), science (PERIÓDICA), education (Relpe and CEDUCAR), public management and policies (CLAD-SIARE), social sciences (CLACSO, FLACSO, CLASE), work (LABORDOC), among others.
The University UNAPEC is the national focal point of Latindex and they have organized together training for journal editors. Dominican Republic has one open access journal registered in DOAJ and one in Redalyc. Journal editors from Dominican Republic have participated in training workshops about publishing online and the Latin America Journals Online (LAMJOL) with support from INASP-PERII.
Using OpenDOAR and ROAR directories, 2 repositories were identified. One from the State Secretary of Economics, Planning and Development (Secretaría de Estado de Economía, Planificación y Desarrollo-SEEPyD) and one from the National School for Electoral Training (Escuela Nacional de Formación Electoral y del Estado Civil-EFEC). No mandates are registered in ROARMAP.
Fundaciòn Global Desarollo y Democracia-FUNGLODE and Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) are partners that contribute contents in The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC). Established in 2004, an open access cooperative, multilingual and multi-institutional digitization project of partners within the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean that provides users with access to Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials held in archives, libraries, and private collections.
(Modified on December 2013)