Open Access Aggregators

Digital New Zealand(external link)  
This database aggregates New Zealand-related resources at one place. Digital NZ includes videos, newspapers, maps, photographs, audio recordings, artworks, news reports, and many other kinds of digital content. Users can access journals related to New Zealand and research theses from academic institutions of this country.

Directory of Open Access Books(external link) 
DOAB facilitates free access to peer reviewed open books from reputed publishers. While majority of books are fully downloadable, only chapter downloads are allowed in a few.

Directory of Open Access Journals(external link)
Directory of Open access Journals provides access to more than 15000 peer reviewed journals. You can search either the whole journal or specific articles through DOAJ.

New Zealand Research(external link)
This database managed by National Library of New Zealand aims to collect all research resources related to New Zealand at one place. As this is powered by Digital NZ database, duplication of documents could be seen.

The Oapen(external link) 
The OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks) online library and publication platform provides access to thousands of peer-reviewed academic books. The Oapen aggregates not only free books from publishers but also free chapters from books. 

Open Aire Explore(external link)
Open Aire, European Union’s project to support open science, aims to provide a search platform for open access academic resources ranging from preprints to journal articles.

OASIS(external link)
Openly Available Sources Integrated Search (OASIS) is a search tool that aims to make the discovery of open content easier. OASIS currently searches open content from more than 100 sources, making it one of the efficient search interfaces that provides access to open resources.

Open Research Library(external link) 
The Open Research Library provides access to one of the largest collections of peer-reviewed open access books, and it is also accessible through mobile reading devices through Biblioboard app. 

World Wide Science(external link)
A global science gateway to international science resources that are mainly publicly accessible. This site is maintained by U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Scientific and Technical information.

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