Research4Life enhanced with new country-specific search in Summon: More accessible contents among your search results!
Published: Thursday 22nd November 2018 Category: Other
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 institution (and its members) from Research4Life eligible countries, areas, territories which is also listed in Summon country-specific instances, can now have more accurate search options to find and retrieve full-text from all five Research4Life programmes!
As of November 2018, Summon has brand new country-instances such as Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Bhutan, Bolivia (Plurinational State of). In the long run, more countries will be added to the Summon list.
All country-specific entities added to the Summon country-specific List are extremely useful for users from Research4Life eligible countries with several exclusions (see Group B: low-cost access countries).
The country specific search is a great way to ensure that all resources found on the platforms via Summon are accessible to the user and that the search for research articles is not delayed by inaccessible contents.
… a public-private partnership of the FAO of the United Nations, WHO, UNEP, WIPO, ILO, Cornell and Yale Universities, the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers and up to 175 international publishers. The goal of Research4Life is to reduce the knowledge gap between high-income countries and low and middle-income countries by providing affordable access to crucial scientific research. Research4Life includes five programmes, namely:
- HINARI(Access to Research for Health programme)
- AGORA(Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture)
- OARE(Online access to research on the Environment)
- ARDI(Access to Research for Development & Innovation)
- GOALI(Global Online Access to Legal Information)
|Thanks to the AGORA programme, researchers from more than 8,700 institutions in more than 115 low and middle-income Research4Life eligible countries have been provided with access to the highest quality online peer-reviewed journals and e- books, in agriculture and related sciences.|
Contents of the five Research4Life programmes can be reached via a joint Research4Life launch page.
The concept of Research4Life is to provide access to research in health, agriculture, environment, law, development & innovation. Research4Life empowers researchers in developing countries and supports them to base their work on the most recent, high quality and relevant scientific knowledge.
|* Research4Life eligibility criteria: For institutions based in Group A countries, access through Research4Life is free of charge. For institutions based in Group B countries, access through Research4Life is available for USD 1,500 per institution per calendar year (from January to December). Institutions based in Group B countries may benefit from a six-month free trial period (more details are provided by WIPO : World Intellectual Property Organisation)||REGISTER your institution to Research4Life|
to access/use the content of AGORA, HINARI, ARDI, OARE and GOALI programmes!
Be careful selecting the CORRECT COUNTRY, AREA/TERRITORY NAME. If it is not listed, it is not eligible.
Research4Life is a partnership that functions entirely on the basis of good will. If you have resources that could add value to the development of the Research4Life initiative, please contact: email@example.com
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