Co-authored and co-edited by Nicholas Cop. A detailed description of the beginnings, structure and success of the SciELO open access, peer-reviewed, academic e-journal network. English - PACKER, A.L., et al., orgs. SciELO – 15 Years of Open Access: an analytic study of Open Access and scholarly communication. Paris: UNESCO, 2014. ISBN 978-92-3001-237-3. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.7476/9789230012373.
Presentation "La biblioteca y su papel digital y social: Tendencias y el perfil del profesional de la información" regarding the digital and social role of the academic library today, and the skills required of the information professional.
Nicholas Cop Consulting had been distributing Mendeley Institutional Edtion under a distribution agreement with Swets. In light of the declaration of bankruptcy by Swets on Septemebr 24, 2014, Nicholas Cop Consulting is therefore, for the time being and until another arrangement is found, no longer authorized to distribute or support this product. Elsevier has now taken over the all marketing, sales and post-sales activities for Mendeley Institutional Edition. Please contact Nicholas Cop Consulting for additional information.
Presentation "SciELO Strategy to Increase Visibility of Developing and Emerging Countries Journals" and participation in the "
Panel on Open Access Initiatives on a Regional and Global Scale", 27-28 April, 2014
Open Access Days in Egypt post on the blog of the Open Access Working Group of the Open Knowledge Foundation.
What is known as “Open Access” today began very early on in Latin America with SciELO .......
A SPARC Webcast - background and updates on Open Access in Latin America and the many developments the OA SciELO initiative is undertaking. Download the presentation.
Nicholas Cop and other experts in Open Access activities and trends in Latin America interviewed.
An interview carried out by prominent blogger Sue Polanka of the influential blog NoShelfRequired.