Marketing material

On this page, you can find marketing material and collateral to promote Research4Life, as well as resources for publishers partners.

Need more help promoting your library? Check out our training section “Marketing strategies for Research4Life resources“. Email [email protected] if you require additional material.

All resources are licensed under a CC BY-SA 4.0 License.

Posters and brochures

Pull-up banner

This pull-up banner can be used on events and conferences or in libraries.

↓ English (print, 968 kB)

PowerPoint presentation

A general PowerPoint presentation introducing Research4Life and how to log into the portal.

↓ Presentation


This factsheet contains key information about Research4Life and how to access the content (2018/2019 version).

↓ English (web, 14 MB)

Toolkit for registered institutions

Post it on your website or social media channel informing users about Researchh4Life resources

Social media cards

More cards are available in various colours on Trello

↓ Social media card

Poster for registered institutions

↓ Poster

Sample text

A news item to inform your users about Research4Life resources. You can translate and modify it as necessary and publish it on your website or newsletter.

↓ News item


information in action cover

Information in Action

In 2016, Research4Life and INASP launched a competition to celebrate the critical role of advocacy in research and got a resounding response. Many respondents shared the hurdles they had overcome to get leadership support for peer-reviewed resources and for evidence-based policies based on that critical information.

Unsung Heroes

From information literacy training to building infrastructure and outreach, librarians are critical to building a healthy research culture in the developing world. This is one of the reasons that we launched a competition for case studies in 2013. The resulting publication puts librarians in the spotlight.

making a difference cover

Making a Difference

To celebrate Research4Life’s 10th anniversary in 2011, we asked users to share with us how HINARI, AGORA or OARE has improved their work, life and community. This book provides insights into how access to the results of peer-reviewed research through Research4Life benefiting communities in the developing world.