Map of AuthorAID network.

Developing AuthorAID towards a community-led model

Andy Nobes reflects on the evolution of AuthorAID over the past two years and the importance of growing community leadership.

Three things we have learned about policy engagement

For research breakthroughs to make a difference to people’s lives they need to be discovered and used. For many years INASP has developed expertise in supporting researchers in communicating their research and in supporting policymakers to use research and evidence. In this post, Emily Hayter and Andy Nobes discuss what INASP has learnt about good approaches to bridging that gap.

Connections on world map.

Could digital tools, AI, and social learning spaces help to reduce inequity in knowledge systems?

Earlier this year we called for project ideas to harness digital technologies to advance research and knowledge in the South. Jonathan Harle discusses the three projects selected.

AuthorAID picks up Hidden REF award

AuthorAID online courses have been recognised in a new competition. Andy Nobes explains a bit more about AuthorAID and its impact.

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INASP’s self-study tutorials reach learners around the world

Over the past three years INASP has expanded its collection of online courses to include self-study tutorials. Ravi Murugesan discusses what these tutorials are and shares feedback on their impact so far.

Listening to the voice of early-career researchers in the Global South

Andy Nobes and Verity Warne discuss the findings of a study into the experiences of early-career researchers in the Global South and how these findings feed into a new Research Positivity Index to track how researchers feel about their research career and environment in the longer term.

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