INASP Principles of responsible engagement for publishers
We report on an online course in research writing offered in a massive open online course (MOOC) format for developing country researchers.
INASP's new strategy has been produced as a guide to focus our activities for the next five years and to stimulate others to join us in achieving our vision.
This pack includes hand-outs used by INASP during workshops. They are intended as guidelines on good practice, and as ideas for journals to consider.
A Collection of Knowledge provides summaries of, and links to, all of INASP's publication from 2008-2012. This includes case studies, newsletter and reports.
This booklet provides examples of activities and programmes that can help you develop strategies to promote evidence informed policy making.
These guidelines focus on designing low bandwidth websites to improve usability and global accessibility. They were developed in partnership with Aptivate.
Key outcomes and recommendations from the IFLA Africa section seminar ‘African Libraries of the Future: Interfacing with the Millennium Development Goals’ seminar in August 2007.
A survey of African journal editors was undertaken to ascertain their awareness and understanding of open access and if their journals would be willing to publish open access.
This Infobrief describes the key outcomes and recommendations of several activities following a survey of journal access programmes used in African universities.