Posts by INASP

Tackling systems and complexity in a research capacity programme

Tackling systems and complexity in a research capacity programme

This is a joint post written by: Alex Ademokun (@AAlex_A), Senior Programme Manager, Evidence-Informed Policy Making Jonathan Harle (@jonharle), Senior...

Libraries in the Developing World to benefit from JournalTOCs/INASP collaboration

Libraries in the Developing World to benefit from JournalTOCs/INASP collaboration

As of April 1st, 2014, a collaboration between INASP and JournalTOCs will see university and research libraries in Cuba, Ethiopia, Ghana, Malwai and...

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....

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