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Rosemary Thiongo

Research4Life Advocacy Toolkit helps librarians achieve their goals

In a changing information landscape, librarians and information professionals often have to act as advocates for what a library is and does. To help them get their message across clearly and convincingly, Research4Life presents its Advocacy Toolkit, a practical learning tool that helps librarians get the support from decision makers, administration or management in order to advance academic libraries and promote Research4Life.

Research4Life enhanced with new country-specific search in Summon: More accessible contents among your search results!
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Did you know that you can now use a country-specific search in Summon that will help you find only accessible full-texts? Try the country specific search when looking for research material!   Empowered full-text search using Summon country-specific instances Any
Webinar for AGORA Online Course Alumni in English, French and Spanish
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EN: https://bit.ly/2QC9vEH FR: https://bit.ly/2zNJ0oH ES: https://bit.ly/2OHip29 Webinar for AGORA Online Course Alumni: This webinar is organized specifically for the 2018 Alumni of the online course “Fundamentals of Information Literacy and Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture – AGORA”. The
Research4Life Newsletter October 2018
Table of Contents Note from the Editors Research4Life Partners Meeting highlights Research4Life Code of Conduct Research4Life commitment until 2025 The new Research4Life website Capacity Development Highlights Advocacy Toolkit MLA Librarians without Borders®/ Elsevier Foundation/Research4Life Grant Research4Life and Library Connect are
Interview with Kimberly Parker, Research4Life/Hinari Programme Manager
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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
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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
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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,