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New user interface for Research4Life planned for mid-2021

The Medical Library Association (MLA) is now accepting grant applications for workshops and distance learning courses for the MLA Librarians without Borders® / Elsevier Foundation / Research4Life Grants. The goal is to develop a community of librarians and information specialists that support Research4Life training.

Virtual Research4Life General Partners Meeting, 29-30 July 2020
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How a video journal helps medical students and surgeons during the coronavirus pandemic
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The Journal of Medical Insight (JOMI), provides peer-reviewed video articles covering surgical procedures step by step. The journal is available through Research4Life.
Webinar: Searching across Research4Life programs
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Research4Life is organizing a webinar on Tuesday 30 June, at 2 pm CET demonstrating a range of different search strategies to find journal articles and publications with Summon and Google Scholar.
Research Consulting completes landscape analysis for Research4Life
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Research Consulting has completed a landscape and situation analysis commissioned by Research4Life. The report assesses the shifting dynamics relevant to equitable access to research.
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Research4Life selects INASP to evaluate user experiences
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Research4Life has appointed INASP to conduct an independent and wide-ranging review of Research4Life’s users’ experiences across a range of countries and institution types.
Deadline extended! Register now for the next Research4Life MOOC for users in the least developed countries
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The next Research4Life MOOC will take place from 15 June to 19 July and is held specifically for users from the UN list of Least Developed Countries.
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