The African Journal of Empirical Research (AJERNET) is the latest addition to ScienceOpen. ScienceOpen collaborated closely with AJERNET on the development of a new journal collection on our network, where readers can now easily discover publications, share their favorite articles on various social media platforms, and join AJERNET’s platform, which aims to facilitate collaboration among scientists across the African continent and beyond.
AJERNET is an open-access journal, which aims to facilitate the easy exchange of ideas, research reviews, and expertise among academics.
The journal’s goal is to provide up-to-date multidisciplinary literature to researchers, students, and teachers. Follow the new collection of AJER here and let’s discover the journal together.
Exploring AJERNET on ScienceOpen
Established in Africa, AJERNET strives to facilitate the sharing and publication of research that represents the ever-changing needs of academics from a variety of disciplines. All content is made available to the public for free thanks to its open access policy.
ScienceOpen is always adding new collections and publications, covering a wide range of research issues, and supporting scientific knowledge from an interdisciplinary perspective. In our network, we have an established community of African publishers and researchers, to which AJERNET will bring fresh and important scientific contributions.
We look forward to working with the team at AJERNET to provide state-of-the-art platform solutions for their content. Our goal is to help them reach the widest audience possible.Stephanie Dawson, CEO of ScienceOpen
AJERNET welcomes contributions based on empirical research, meta-analysis, and a comprehensive review of the existing literature. Before being published at a reduced cost, all manuscripts go through a thorough peer review process by highly skilled and experienced scholars.
Highlighted Titles from AJERNET’s collection:
- Predictors of HIV Infection Risk among Health-Care Workers in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review
- Securitization of Global Health Pandemic and Reiterating the Relevance of 2005 International Health Regulations: COVID-19 and Human Security in Africa
- Environment-Conflict Nexus: The Relevance of Thomas Homer-Dixons Environmental Conflict Theory in Africa
- Teachers’ And Parents’ Preparedness to Support Virtual Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Kenya
- Effectiveness of the Use of Force to Protect Civilians in the Central African Republic (CAR)
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