Social media and metrics at core of new SLJOL platform

Sri Lanka’s primary journal platform, Sri Lanka Journals Online(SLJOL) – which is managed by the country’s National Science Foundation (NSF) – has moved...

Tanzanian publishing workshops consider copyright and ethics

Tanzanian publishing workshops consider copyright and ethics

Maaike Duine is Project Manager of the Strengthening Tanzanian Publishing (TZAP) project. In this latest blog post, she reflects on...

Policy makers sharing online spaces: an opportunity to learn and foster a culture of use of knowledge in politics

Policy makers sharing online spaces: an opportunity to learn and foster a culture of use of knowledge in politics

Following their first post, Vanesa Weyrauch and Leandro Echt from Politics & Ideas provide further information about learning from the...

How to target a journal that’s right for your research

How to target a journal that’s right for your research

(The article below was originally published on SciDev.Net on 15 December 2014.) Hitting a target is not easy, and neither...

JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 4: Living with HIV/AIDS

JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 4: Living with HIV/AIDS

On World AIDS Day, Andy Nobes takes a look at some recent research into HIV/AIDS from Southern researchers Today is...

JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 3: research

JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 3: research

On World AIDS Day, Andy Nobes takes a look at some recent research into HIV/AIDS from Southern researchers Today is...

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