SA ePublications: the breadth and depth of African-rich content
With the focus on African research, Sabinet proudly launched the new SA ePublications platform on September 2, 2016, at Gallagher Estate in Midrand, Johannesburg. The Sabinet team, key stakeholders, thought leaders as well as Derek Watts shared in the excitement of the dynamic international platform: www.journals.co.za – enhanced with a desire to shape the future of African research.
The platform has extensive new features that clouts research efficacy; from an easy to use drop down menu, to streamlined search options and well-structured web pages. Discoverability is further amplified through third parties such as Google, Google Scholar, Ex Libris Primo Central, OCLC, Summon (Serials Solutions), CNKI, Baidu and now IngentaConnect.
Sabinet provides clients and researchers with the most wide-ranging, searchable collection of full-text, electronic African journals which include:
- Business and Finance Collection
- Education Collection
- Labour Collection
- Law Collection
- Medicine and Health Collection
- Religion Collection
- Science, Technology and Agriculture Collection
- Social Sciences and Humanities Collection
- African Journal Archive
The collection is proud to be the biggest of its kind, with an exclusive assortment of African and southern African journal titles, which includes more than 430 titles as well as more than 180 000 full text articles and the list keeps on growing.