Scholarly Communication in Africa Program (SCAP) posited that by using internet-based Web 2.0 technologies, the University of Mauritius would increase online visibility of academics and their chances of gaining access to sought-after academic netw
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Access to information (ATI) is now recognized as a fundamental and universal human right as well as a cornerstone to good governance and the fight against corruption.