Posts by INASP

Bringing African research out of the shadows – Part 3

Bringing African research out of the shadows – Part 3

In the third and final blog in this series, Miriam Conteh-Morgan, Head Librarian, Institute of Public Administration and Management, University...

Bringing African research out of the shadows – Part 2

Bringing African research out of the shadows – Part 2

In her second blog in a series of three (first here) Miriam Conteh-Morgan, Head Librarian, Institute of Public Administration and...

Bringing African research out of the shadows – part 1

Bringing African research out of the shadows – part 1

In the first in a series of blog posts, Miriam Conteh-Morgan, Head Librarian, Institute of Public Administration and Management, University...

Tribhuvan University to take full responsibility for Nepal Journals Online

Tribhuvan University to take full responsibility for Nepal Journals Online

On Tuesday 4th November, INASP and Tribhuvan University Central Library will agree the handover of Nepal Journals Online (NepJOL); an...

This summer Oxford helped me to realize three things

This summer Oxford helped me to realize three things

Dr Haseeb Md Irfanullah is an AuthorAID mentor and an editor of Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy hosted on BanglaJOL....

Tackling systems and complexity in a research capacity programme: Part 3

Tackling systems and complexity in a research capacity programme: Part 3

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

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