access Archives - Research4Life

Winners of Research4Life prize drawing announced
Posted in: News
King Hussein Cancer Center is the lucky winner of the First Prize  Research4Life provides access to tens of thousands of online books and journals daily, but it is a rare occasion when it can offer a physical printed publication to
Publisher of the Month: Taylor & Francis
Posted in: Blog
Our highlighted publisher this month is Taylor & Francis Group.   Taylor & Francis Group is a founding partner of Research4Life and a founding member of Publishers for Development, a world-leading publisher of scholarly journals, books, e-books and reference works. Their
Publisher of the Month: Taylor & Francis
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Our highlighted publisher this month is Taylor & Francis Group.   Taylor & Francis Group is a founding partner of Research4Life and a founding member of Publishers for Development, a world-leading publisher of scholarly journals, books, e-books and reference works. Their
INASP and Research4Life Launch Research Advocacy Competition
Posted in: News, Press Releases
Global case study competition spotlights how users in the developing world have successfully advocated for a sustainable research culture. London, United Kingdom June 28, 2016 – INASP and Research4Life have announced today a competition to recognize the critical role that researchers,
A total of 69,000 online resources now available in Research4Life
Posted in: News
The total online resources available in Research4Life is going up We are pleased to announce a new update in the number of online resources available through the Research4Life programes. In the last 18 months, the total count of material has risen
Namibia hosts Forum on Open Data and Open Science in Agriculture in Africa in the context of Sustainable Development Goals, 18 April 2016
Posted in: News, Other
The second of four forums organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) and partners, the forum is targeted at experts from senior government, academia and NGOs. Strengthening access to agricultural science and technical information (Open Data
Myanmar Universities Hosting Training Workshop on Access To Global Online Research in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry 25-29 April 2016
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FAO of the United Nations in conjunction with WorldFish and Research4Life is organizing two workshops at the University of Yangon and Yezin University in Myanmar this month. The workshops are aimed at raising awareness of key trends in scientific publishing
Publisher of the Month: SAGE
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We are back with our Publisher of the Month section and this time the turn is for SAGE Publishing. SAGE Publishing is an active publishing partner in the Research4Life network, closely aligned and committed to supporting the partnership’s mission to provide access
Research4Life to partner with DOAJ to ensure the inclusion of quality open-access journals
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Research4Life and DOAJ announced today a working partnership that will help to ensure that the users of Research4Life will have access to the largest possible array of open access journals from publishers following a quality standard. The partnership will also
WHO’s HINARI program partners with Wolters Kluwer to provide UpToDate to Ebola-affected African countries
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Waltham, Massachusetts September 9th, 2015 – The World Health Organization (WHO)-hosted HINARI program announced a partnership with Wolters Kluwer to provide free access to UpToDate®, its evidence-based clinical decision support resource, to the three countries affected by Ebola (Liberia, Sierra
One Month of Free Access to Around 1,700 Scientific Journals
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If you are a researcher from an emerging region, you can register for the STAR program providing one month of free access to around 1,700 international and regional journals. The STAR program provides access to a full range of journal titles by Taylor
Publisher of the Month – Oxford University Press
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Our Publisher of the Month is OUP (Oxford University Press). OUP is one of our founding partners providing its high-quality resources for free or at a low cost to eligible countries. In addition, OUP participates in a wide range of developing country initiatives, including INASP