The latest news from AOSIS.

Open Access Scholarly Publishing in South Africa - 2014
Africa is a very large continent, the whole of North America and Western Europe combined can easily fit within its continental borders, but compared to those continents, Africa’s scholarly output in the form of scientific articles has been very poor.
Our new eCPD Healthcare website was launched this month!
Improvements include our new fresh look, easier navigation, a shopping cart facility and improved search functionality. Read more here.
Using learning management systems (LMSs) in schools
The use of learning management systems (LMSs) in schools can be a great advantage for both teachers and learners if implemented correctly. For this reason we encourage prospective LMS users to consult professionals before implementation, in order to make sure that their LMS is optimally utilised within their unique environment from the start, before initial setup.
The Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie offers the full journal archives online
AOSIS has completed the processing and uploading of all archived content for the Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie (www.satnt.ac.za), from 1982 to 1989 (Volumes 1 to 8) concluding the full-text of the archives of the Journal. It is now available online on the journal site.
SA Journal of Radiology joins AOSIS
The SA Journal of Radiology is the official journal of the Radiological Society of South Africa and the Professional Association of Radiologists in South Africa and Namibia.
 
Bothalia - African Biodiversity & Conservation joins AOSIS
Bothalia, which has served the South African botanical community since its inception in 1921, is changing its name. The new subtitle, African Biodiversity & Conservation, reflects the expanded mandate of the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) in the biodiversity sciences. Bothalia's rich scientific history of covering South Africa's fauna and flora will henceforth include content on African biodiversity under the Bothalia - African Biodiversity & Conservation umbrella.