Érudit : 25 years
of open knowledge!
For over a quarter of a century, Érudit has supported the open digital publishing and research in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
Érudit was born of a vision for the future: to make research results openly accessible using digital tools and the Internet, technologies that were just emerging in 1998.
In 25 years, Érudit has become a central platform for digital dissemination thanks to the commitment of its consortium, which includes the Université de Montréal, the Université de Laval and the Université du Québec à Montréal, as well as of its many partners. This success has also been the result of the work of the many people who promote the spread of knowledge throughout the world.
Thanks to you and to all of Érudit’s partners, notably the journals and libraries, who have all contributed over the last 25 years to the common good by supporting access to knowledge. Let us together continue to feed our collective curiosity and intelligence for many years to come!
annual users in 200 countries
articles disseminated annually in over 35 disciplines
of our content is available in open access
Érudit Through the Years
Our Main Objectives
Promoting Québec and Canadian Research Around the World
Support and Develop Bibliodiversity in the Social Sciences and the Humanities
Promote Access to Research Results for a Larger Audience
Support Scholarly Publications Through a Viable Economic Model
Contribute to a Knowledge-Based Society
The Érudit Consortium wants to thank all of its institutional partners, both public and private, that have supported it for close to 25 years and which contribute to its success.
A network of organizations also supports the activities undertaken by Coalition Publica, our partnership with the Public Knowledge Project.