Rapid increase on access to full-text literature since the launch of IRIS in June 2012

Ian Roberts, Coordinator of the WHO Library and Information Networks for Knowledge reports on HIFA2015 that, “WHO’s Institutional Repository for Information Sharing (IRIS) is increasing free access to WHO published material in the six official languages with its growing collection of more than 50,000 records consisting of WHO publications, technical documents, guidelines and governing bodies material. This is now the place for health workers, researchers, students, policy makers, national institutions and WHO Member States around the world to find WHO published material.” The subject on the post reads “Already 6,000,000 accesses to WHO literature in full-text since the launch of IRIS in June 2012, and counting!”

IRIS access: www.who.int/iris

WHO Library website: www.who.int/library

Chipo Msengezi                ITOCA

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One Response to Rapid increase on access to full-text literature since the launch of IRIS in June 2012

  1. salehhassan hassan says:

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