There are 63 higher education institutes in Georgia, with 3 research institutes: George Eliava Institute of Bacteriophage, Microbiology and Virology; Georgian International Academy; Georgian National Center of Manuscripts.
As of March 2021, DOAJ indexes 3 journals from Georgia: Law and World, Journal of Constitutional Law and Scientific and Practical Cyber Security Journal.
National Parliamentary Library of Georgia has been participating in FUMAGABA, a project of The European Library. The European Library is an online service, a portal that provides access to the catalogues and digital collections of European national libraries via 1 central multi-lingual access point.
Currently, 3 OA digital repositories are registered in OpenDOAR.
No OA policies are registered in ROARMAP.
Georgian Integrated Library & Information System Consortium (GILISC) is an eIFL partner.
FUMAGABA, European Library project at NPLG is aimed at integrating national collections of the national libraries of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania, Georgia, Armenia, Bosnia Herzegovina and Azerbaijan.
No legal deposit law or OA mandates; limited OA publishing and activity. Lack of funding and trained information staff (Gibradze, 2001).
Georgia Knowledge Repository (GKR): An initiative of GALILEO, is a digital archive that includes the academic and intellectual works of Georgia’s colleges and universities. Its purpose is to highlight the scholarship of the participating institutions while also making it available to the citizens of Georgia and the scholarly community at large. Items in the GKR include journal articles, presentations and speeches, university handbooks, newspapers, newsletters, yearbooks, theses and dissertations and other type of scholarly works.
Georgian Integrated Library & Information System Consortium (GILISC)
Overview: Consortium of 55 academic, special, public and NGO libraries and research institutes with the aim of cooperating and using open source software. GILISC is in partnership with eIFL.
National Parliamentary Library of Georgia
Overview: NPLG has a digital library and participates in FUMAGABA, a European Library project, aimed at integrating the collections of the national libraries of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania, Georgia, Armenia, Bosnia Herzegovina and Azerbaijan. FUMAGABA partners are also members of CENL (Conference of European National Librarians) and are becoming Full Participants (financially supported by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation).
Communication address: Ilia Chavchavadze National Parliamentary Library of Georgia (NPLG), 7, Gudiashvili Street, Tbilisi 0107, Georgia, Caucasus.
Thematic Open Access projects/Initiatives
The NPLG has 4 electronic collections, namely: Catalogues of National Parliamentary Library of Georgia, Georgian Digital Collection of Theses and Printed Books, Digital Library of Civil Education and Digital Library of Georgian Literature. These are already accessible through The European Library portal.
Events and Programmes
- NI4OS TRAINING - GEORGIA, 25 Nov 2020
- GEORGIA OPEN SCIENCE MEETINGS, 23 Sep 2019 - 25 Sep 2019, Tbilisi, Georgia
- EAPCONNECTS Openaire Training04 Jun 2019 - 05 Jun 2019, Kyiv, Ukraine
- 2017 EIFL General Assembly, 22 Sep 2017 - 24 Sep 2017, Tbilisi, Georgia
- EASTERN PARTNERSHIP E-INFRASTRUCTURE CONFERENCE 2016, 06 Oct 2016 - 07 Oct 2016, Tbilisi, Georgia
- OA ADVOCACY MEETING IN GEORGIA, 05 Oct 2016, Tbilisi, Georgia
- 30 October, 2013: "Georgia Tech Faculty Panel: Perspectives on Open Access"
- 22 October 2013: Seminar "Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer with nanoHUB.org: Collaborative Research and Dissemination with Quantifiable Impact on Research and Eucation" held at Georgia Institute of Technology and organized by Georgia Tech Open Access Week.
- Gaining Knowledge and Skills Needed for Scientific Communication and Collaboration: Tbilisi, Georgia, June 2013. INASP contributed to this workshop for researchers within Georgia, which was jointly held by SigmaXi and IWISE (International Women in Science and Engineering).
- 2008, the Georgian Integrated Library & Information System Consortium (GILISC) and eIFL.net jointly organised the workshop “Open Access: New Models for Scholarly Communication”. Hosted by the Ilia Chavchavadze State University, the workshop addressed Open Access policies and recommendations and highlighted the benefits of Open Access journals and Open repositories. As a result, workshop participants have created a National Open Access working group. In addition, there are plans to start an OA repository.
- Rosenthal, A., A. Gabrielian, E. Engle, D. E. Hurt, S. Alexandru, V. Crudu, E. Sergueev, V. Kirichenko, V. Lapitskii, E. Snezhko, V. Kovalev, A. Astrovko, A. Skrahina, J. Taaffe, M. Harris, A. Long, K. Wollenberg, I. Akhundova, S. Ismayilova, A. Skrahin, E. Mammadbayov, H. Gadirova, R. Abuzarov, M. Seyfaddinova, Z. Avaliani, I. Strambu, D. Zaharia, A. Muntean, E. Ghita, M. Bogdan, R. Mindru, V. Spinu, A. Sora, C. Ene, S. Vashakidze, N. Shubladze, U. Nanava, A. Tuzikov, and M. Tartakovsky. 2017. “The TB Portals: An Open-Access, Web-Based Platform for Global Drug-Resistant- Tuberculosis Data Sharing and Analysis.” Journal of Clinical Microbiology 55(11):3267–82. doi: 10.1128/JCM.01013-17.
- Chelidze, A & Zmroczek, J (2010). National Bibliography of Georgia: Past, Present, Future. Slavic & East European Information Resources, 11(1), 41-45. DOI:10.1080/15228881003631790
- Gibradze, L (2004) Academic publishing in Georgia Slavic & East European Information Resources Volume 5, Issue 1-2: 47-58. DOI:10.1300/J167v05n01_06
- Gibradze, L (2001) Libraries in the South Caucasus. Slavic & East European Information Resources, 2(1), 17-21. DOI: 10.1300/J167v02n01_03
- Sroka, M (2002) Central and Eastern European National Library Websites: Accessibility, Content, and Organization and Navigation Slavic & East European Information Resources Volume 3, Issue 4: 65-77 DOI: 10.1300/J167v03n04_07
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