GOAP 2.0 is a collaborative effort of UNESCO, Redalyc, Indian Statistical Institute and AmeliCA and was redeveloped under the guidance of a multi-stakeholder advisory committee.
GOAP User Manual
Global Open Access Portal Beta Version
The Global Open Access Portal (GOAP) has been developed with generous support of the:
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