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African Journals Online, in conjunction with Clobridge Consulting, are conducting a study to collect, analyze, and disseminate knowledge concerning the current state of scholarly publishing throughout Africa.
We are pleased to annouce the winners of the Open Access Week competition jointly sponsored by INASP and UNESCO. Ten institutions from seven countries were awarded grants of $500.
This report outlines the findings of a six-month research study with twelve developing country institutions conducted by SAGE exploring perceptions of the value of academic libraries by teaching and research staff in developing countries.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the e-resource promotion competition. There are 10 winners from 7 countries awarded grants of $500 each.
IFLA launch the IFLA Library, a repository for IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) papers and, in future, other IFLA publications.
New courses from the Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK) look at effective networking and communication through social media, as well as capacity building in information management.
This reflective paper looks at why so many capacity building programmes fail to thoroughly assess the skill gaps to determine what capacity is required before starting their activities?
Lucy Browse and Sioux Cumming (INASP), along with Susan Murrary (AJOL), have recently published an article on Open Access in Africa in ICT Update issue 72.
A new case study focusing on Haseeb Md. Irfanullah's experience as an AuthorAID mentor is now available. Haseeb outlines his work with AuthorAID and why he sees passionate mentors and enthusiastic researchers as instrumental to developing strong research culture.
A new case study focusing on the impact that Bangladesh Journals Online has had on Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy is now available. Written by Haseeb Irfanullah, Executive Editor of the journal and a team leader with Practical Action Bangladesh.