The Availability of Academic Journals in Africa
Keywords:Academic Culture, Africa, academic journal, availability.
AbstractResearch requires a good flow of the latest scholarly informationbooks, journals, dataand sub-Saharan universities have long faced particular challenges in Africa. But the past decade has shown considerable efforts to address this information gap. In fact, a study published by the Association of Commonwealth Universities last year suggests that the picture may actually be much brighter than is often assumed.
How to Cite
Harle, J. (2011). The Availability of Academic Journals in Africa. International Higher Education, (64). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2011.64.8551
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