Posts by INASP

Scholars are scholars wherever you find them

Scholars are scholars wherever you find them

Here Ann Snoyenbos, Manager, International Sales and Special Markets, talks about her experiences of working via INASP to help researchers...

Publishers for Development updates and hold the dates!

Publishers for Development updates and hold the dates!

Interest in Publishers for Development (PfD) continues to grow amongst our publishing partners and the wider community. Face-to-face networking is...

Case studies revisited

Case studies revisited

Applying the learning from past experiences Recently I was drawn to a blog post highlighted by Kirsty Newman (who tweets...

Information underload?

Information underload?

“Researchers in developing countries suffer from a lack of access to published research.” This is something I’ve heard several times at international conferences recently....

From open access to openness

From open access to openness

This post was written by Jörgen Eriksson. Jörgen is the manager of the Department of Scientific Communication at Lund University Library. ...

ePosters are innovative, interactive and inclusive

ePosters are innovative, interactive and inclusive

I attended the Berlin10 conference in South Africa a couple of weeks ago. The theme was ‘Networked scholarship in a...

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