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Call for applications: Hinari Online Users Course
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A new Hinari Users course will be available for free to users in registered institutions. The two-week distance learning course focuses on the basic skills needed to effectively access and download full-text material from Hinari. You will also learn how
RESEARCH4LIFE CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 2016/2017
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An overview of the Research4Life Capacity Development workshops by country and funding organization. Click map to enlarge • Hinari   • AGORA  • ARDI  • Others Hinari Bangladesh Hinari Training Workshop 2,3 and 4. WHO Bangladesh Country Office. August 2016. Research4Life:
Research4Life/INASP Advocacy Competition Winners Announced
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A librarian from Uganda and a researcher from Zimbabwe winners of the Advocacy Competition The Research4Life/INASP Advocacy Competition has received inspiring stories from researchers and librarians around the world. More than 150 applicants have shown that it is possible to advocate for
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
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
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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,
Research4Life-INASP Advocacy Competition
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Version en Español Over the last two decades we have worked together with INASP to close the information gap between developed and developing countries by providing free or low cost access to academic, scientific, and professional peer-reviewed content online and providing the necessary training
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
Elsevier provides free online training platform for researchers
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Publishing Campus is a new platform with free online lectures, interactive training courses and expert advice. Where should you go to get advice on applying for grants, planning your career or improving your publishing skills? Elsevier launched the Elsevier Publishing
African researchers learn how to get their message to a global audience
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TReND organized a course on Science Communication and Writing for young African researchers. “All forms of science require expertise in scientific communication, with publishing of manuscripts being just one communication aspect.” says Dr Andrew Beale, the Malawi and Mozambique Contact for TReND in
JoMI Joins Research4Life to Bring High-Quality Surgical Teaching Videos to over 100 Countries
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Boston, Massachusetts July 2nd, 2015 – The Journal of Medical Insight (JoMI, www.jomi.com) announced a partnership with Research4Life that will make the journal’s video articles accessible in over 100 developing countries. Research4Life will provide access to the journal through HINARI,
Free AGORA online course
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If you are a researcher, librarian or a professional working in Agriculture, the new AGORA online course is for you. Delivered online through the ITOCA Moodle platform, the course takes around 6-8 hours to complete, is self-paced and contains a short