INASP survey of Bangladesh publishers provides learning points on practices, trends and challenges

INASP survey of Bangladesh publishers provides learning points on practices, trends and challenges

A recent INASP survey of Bangladesh’s publishing sector provided key learning points that are informing current and future projects and activities in...

VakaYiko grant supports evidence-informed policy making training in Sudan

VakaYiko grant supports evidence-informed policy making training in Sudan

The Gender Centre for Research and Training (GCRT) is delivering two training workshops on evidence-informed policy making in Khartoum, Sudan...

INASP brings Kudos to Journals Online to extend visibility of research publications from developing countries

INASP brings Kudos to Journals Online to extend visibility of research publications from developing countries

INASP brings the latest technology and trends in research communication to its Journals Online (JOLs) project through its new venture...

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...

Conference presentation highlights INASP’s support of climate research

Conference presentation highlights INASP’s support of climate research

This afternoon INASP Executive Director Sue Corbett will speak and present a poster at the International Council for Science’s “Science and the Road...

Nepal’s earthquake recovery needs local knowledge

Nepal’s earthquake recovery needs local knowledge

  As a long-time supporter of Nepalese academics, INASP was deeply saddened to learn of the country’s devastating recent earthquakes....

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