Google translate: “…This book discusses in full how to run institutional repository applications. The initial stage is given an understanding of how to run a server and its supporting devices in implementing an institutional repository. Next is an understanding of several institutional repository applications that already exist such as the Walanae version of Omeka, Eprints and Difoss. The material that follows provides an overview and practical tips for developing some of the features that are already available at the application development stage. And finally, it explains in detail how to run the service API on Eprints so that it can become a database for developing eprints as a center for other applications such as statistical application services, digital preservation monitoring applications, and others….”
Published: Jakarta: ISIPII [Association of Indonesian Library and Information Professionals], 2023
“With the largest number of OA journals in the world, the knowledge of Indonesian researchers should be able to freely reach the public.
The government has started to realize this.
This is evidenced by the recent Law on National Science and Technology System ( UU Sisnas Science and Technology ) which also began requiring the application of this open access system for research publications to ensure that research results can be enjoyed by the public.
Through this obligation, the government hopes to encourage not only the transparency of the research process, but also innovations and new findings that benefit society….
According to our records, the research publication system in Indonesia since the 1970s has implemented the non-profit principle. At that time research publications were sold for a subscription fee which was usually calculated from the cost of printing only. This system is different from that found in developed countries which are dominated by commercial publishing companies.
This is where Indonesia triumphs over any research ecosystem.
Some that can match it are the Scielo research ecosystem in Brazil, the African Journal Online (AJOL) scientific publishing ecosystem and the Africaxiv from the African continent…..”
“Leo Waaijers has dug some interest facts out of the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), and allowed me to post the results.
From Leo: The 7240 journals in the no-fee category in DOAJ has 1911 journals with Spanish full text, 1366 with Portuguese, 753 with French, and 692 with Indonesian. In percentages: 26, 19, 10, and 10. In the 2998 journal of the fee-based category these figures were respectively: 81, 76, 23, and 212; and in percentages: 3, 3, 1, and 7….”
From Google’s English: “This survey aims to see whether the academic community in ITB [Institut Teknologi Bandung] has understood the institutional repository (RI) and how RI can assist in disseminating research results. The survey is aimed specifically for the academic community of ITB: lecturers, researchers (academic assistants), undergraduate / S2 / S3 students, and general researchers….”