ابسان الکتریک ۷۲
Developing Country Initiatives
This site serves a community of 100+ students and staff in the English-taught law programs at Nagoya University. The Zope instance behind this site h...
DukeHealth.org is the web site for the Duke University Health System. It uses a Zope-based CMS to manage access control for a distributed user-base, ...
Zope-powered site at Lund University, Sweden. Zope, CMF and Plone provide web publishing and some intranet functions for about 160 employees.
Features: Calendar (Survey of and information about the current cultural events in the city of Graz), Culture A - Z (Artist database and survey of ...
A documentation of public art in Graz from the post-war years to the present day. The OFFSITE_GRAZ database of pictures and text represents the fir...
Main website of the left-wing socialist party Die Linkspartei.PDS in Germany. German content.
Auf dieser Website finden Sie Informationen über mich, meine Arbeit (TV-, Kino-, Werbefilme; Grip) und wie Sie Kontakt zu mir aufnehmen können
A Zope/CMF/Plone/Zopezen powered site. The leading community portal for prehospital care professionals in the UK. Over 1000 registered members and 800...
ZOPE-powered site: As an international knowledge portal, Lalisio brings together students and professors world wide for quicker and better literature ...
Stephan Ivanov's personal Zope powered site. (Site in Russian)
2004-03-08 15:22:39 Pressing the 'send' key - preferential journal access in developing countries
Keith Silver, Learned Publishing Vol 15 no 2, April 2002 pp 91-98
'Open Archiving Opportunities for Developing Countries: towards equitable distribution of global knowledge'
'Closing the Digital Divide'
'Bringing Scientific Literature to the Developing World'
Summary of the Conference of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights: How Intellectual Property Rights could work better for Developing Countries and Poor People, 21-22 February 2002
Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) - EBSCO and the Open Society Institute
Health InterNetwork Access to Research Information (HINARI) - World Health Organization
IDEAL Charter for Low-Income Countries - Academic Press