About Editorial professionalization

In Editorial Professionalization AmeliCA offers continuous updating resources as well as advice to strengthen editorial performance in Open Access practices. This, so as to offer tools that support editorial teams of scientific journals in the decision-making of Open Access policies and principles, visibility, good editorial practices, etc.

About AmeliCA

Ameli, open Knowledge for Latin America and the Global South (AmeliCA) is an initiative set up by various institutions with a common agenda. This is a new strategy configuration, in response to the international, regional, national and institutional context, which seeks a collaborative, sustainable, protected and non-commercial open access solution for Latin America and the Global South.

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Alperin, J., & Rozemblum, C. (2017).
The reinterpretation of visibility and quality in the new evaluation policies of scientific journals.
Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecología, 40 (3), pp. 231-241.


Aparicio, A., Banzato, G. & Liberatore, G. (2016).
Manual for the editorial management of scientific journals in the social and human sciences.
Buenos Aires: Latin American Social Sciences Council.


Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology. (2012).
Handbook of Good Practices in the edition of scientific journals.

Spain: Editorial MIC.


Keyword. (2019). Dossier.
Building the Global South’s Academic Publishing Model (2).


Rozemblum, C.,& Banzato, G. (2012).
Cooperation between publishers and librarians as an institutional strategy for the management of scientific journals.
Information, Culture and Society, (27), pp. 91-106.


Rozemblum, C., Unzurrunzaga, C., Banzato, G., & Pucacco, C. (2015).
Editorial quality and scientific quality in the parameters for inclusion of scientific journals in Open Access and commercial databases.
Keyword (La Plata), 4 (2), pp. 64-80.


Unzurrunzaga, C., Rozemblum, C., Pucacco, C., Parente, G. & Esterellas, M. (2015).
OJS implementation and development of the Scientific journals Site of the School of humanities and Education Sciences at the National University of La Plata.
Scholarly and Research Communication, 6 (1), pp. 1-16.



Dominique Babini, clack: Scientific communication in Latin America is open, collaborative and non-commercial, challenges for journals

Conference of Clack at the 3rd International Congress of REDALYC Publishers, held at the Universidad César Vallejo, Trujillo, Peru, from 16 to 18 May 2018.


Meeting of editors of scientific journals in social sciences: opportunities and challenges.

Table 4. Challenges of e-journals. Repositories and Open data.

Objective: To raise the technological conditions that can be exploited in the electronic journals of social sciences and potentiate their communicative function.

Dr. Victor Gaiusl. Director of the journal Relations, Studies of history and society, the Colegio de Michoacán.

Mtra. Lizbeth Luna. Coordinator of the Network of digital Collections (RAD), UNAM.

Dr. Arianna Becerril. Information systems and technologies director, REDALYC.

Dr. Eduardo Aguado. Founder and CEO of REDALYC.

Dr. José Antonio Álvarez Lobato (moderator). General secretary and researcher at Colegio Mexiquense.

Jean Claude-Guédon: Platforms (as REDALYC), magazines, books and digital articles: How to open the field of scientific issues without being caught by a commercial logic? “

Conference of Jean Claude-Guédon at the 3rd International Congress of REDALYC Publishers, held at the Universidad César Vallejo, Trujillo, Peru, from 16 to 18 May 2018.


Review new criteria. Reevaluation process in Redalyc, 25/09/2018.

Webinar conducted with the aim of addressing the reevaluation process of the journals that are part of REDALYC, where the indexing criteria are explained in detail.

Redalyc 15 years. End of one cycle, start of another

REDALYC is 15 years old and has fulfilled its initial objective: to give visibility and positioning to the scientific production of the region by strengthening the editorial processes of our #AccesoAbierto magazines, promoting a scientific communication
Free, open, collaborative, no cost, non-commercial and sustainable.

Permanent Online Seminar “Communication of Science”, 2018.

Seminar organized by the secretariat of Research of the UAEMéx, Digital Newspaper library, academic body “diffusion and dissemination of science” of the Faculty of Political and Social sciences and REDALYC.

Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou: Publication model in Africa: Prioritize knowledge production

Lecture by Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou at the 3rd International Congress of REDALYC Publishers, held at the Universidad César Vallejo, Trujillo, Peru, from 16 to 18 May 2018.