Blog

Interview with Kimberly Parker, Research4Life/Hinari Programme Manager
Kimberly Parker, Hinari programme manager, answers some questions about the Research4Life Access to Health programme width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"> The interview was held during the 65th Session of the WHO Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean, hosted by the Government
Call for Research4Life user experiences from the global South
If your institution is located in one of the Research4Life eligible countries and has already joined Research4Life‘s international network, you can access and fully explore resources of interest shared by tens of thousands of leading journals and e-books in the
Research4Life at OpenCon 2018 satellite event
At the next OpenCon satellite event in New York City, Research4Life will give a presentation about its programmes, including how to access information resources using Hinari, AGORA and GOALI. The Conference theme is «Access for all? Equity of access to information,
Nuevo programa de Research4Life GOALI: Acceso global en línea a información jurídica
GOALI – Acceso global en línea a información jurídica es el nuevo programa de Research4Life que permite acceder de manera gratuita o por un monto reducido a trabajos de investigación y actividades de formación en el campo jurídico desde los
Learn what is and how you can access the new Research4Life programme – GOALI
On March 6. 2018, a new Research4Life programme called GOALI (Global Online Access to Legal Information) was launched in Geneva. This initiative lead by the ILO, the Cornell University Law Library, the Yale Lillian Goldman Law Library and Brill Nijhoff
Highlights from the latest OARE Workshop in Nairobi
A 2.5-day OARE workshop was hosted at the United Nations Offices in Nairobi, Kenya on the past November 2017. Twenty one librarians and researchers selected from various institutions around the country participated in this workshop. This was the first workshop
Advocacy for Information Literacy and Access to Academic Resources in Uganda
Mary Acanit is an Assistant Librarian at Kyambogo University Library Services in Kampala, Uganda. She is currently finishing her master’s degree in information science at Makerere University. She is one of two winners of the Research4Life/INASP Advocacy Competition Mary Acanit
Publisher of the Month: The Electrochemical Society (ECS)
ECS’s partnership with Research4Life currently provides institutions in over 120 countries around the world free accessibility to all of the content available in the ECS Digital Library, comprising a total of over 132,000 articles and abstracts. Our highlighted publisher this
The Global Community
Mario Heredia is a doctoral researcher at the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM) of the University of Aveiro in Portugal. When researchers are working for a country they love, they can do amazing things. When they are backed
Knowledge is power
Lui Philip Kame is Technical Services Librarian at the PNG University of Natural Resource and Environment in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Lui Philip Kame believes in giving people power by giving them information. “I decided to become a librarian
Alice-Matimba
Access to research results in policy advocacy to address the burden of diabetes in Zimbabwe
Gaining access to Research4Life equipped Dr. Alice Matimba and her team with up-to-date and reliable information to advocate for a policy of investment in the advanced technology and services needed to tackle the burden of diabetes in Zimbabwe. In Zimbabwe,
A journey to knowledge
Rosemary Thiongo is a librarian at the Faculty of Sciences of the Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya. Rosemary Thiongo bought her first ever car in order to visit the library. At the time, she was working full-time as a
Hinari