The latest news from AOSIS.

Moodle LMS Introduction Course by AOSIS eLearning on 30 Nov 2018
This course [buy tickets here] is for people with little or no experience of the Moodle LMS. It gives a good overview of the system without going into the amount of detail needed by those who administer the system or create courses on the platform. We have more advanced courses available for them!
The new Journal of Local Government Research and Innovation (JOLGRI) is open for submissions
AOSIS is pleased to announce that the new Journal of Local Government Research and Innovation (JOLGRI) have joined our open access journal collection and is open for submissions. 
2019 Theme of the new African Journal of Career Development (AJCD)
The new African Journal of Career Development (AJCD) is open for submissions. The 2019 theme is Career Development in Developing Country Contexts: A Conduit to Facilitate Sustainable Decent Work for All.
Video launch of the African Journal of Psychological Assessment
Dr Pierre JT de Villiers, Managing Director of AOSIS, announces the new open access journal, the African Journal of Psychological Assessment, also abbreviated as AJOPA, which will start publishing in January 2019 in this 4-minute video.
Podcast interview with Dr Lara Skelly, from the University of Stellenbosch Business School, which is the owner of the open access South African Journal of Business Management
Find out why the South African Journal of Business Management transitioned to an open access this year, after having being a toll access journal since 1979. Dr Lara Skelly, Research Manager at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, which is the owner of the journal will give some tips to authors on what to expect when publishing in an open access journal.
Podcast interview with Prof Bob Mash, Editor-in-Chief of the African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine
Find out the key milestones for the African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, the issues to be addressed and its new goals from its Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Bob Mash, in this 11-minute podcast interview.