Monthly Archives: July 2015

e-Forum: Sustainable Development Goals: The Impact of Access to Information on our Societies

The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR), the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations are organising an e-forum on “Sustainable Development Goals: The Impact of Access to … Continue reading

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Join a 4 – week virtual discussion on Access to Health Research

A 4-week virtual discussion will be held on Access to Health Research. The discussion started on Monday 20th July 2015 and will run through to 24 August 2015. The discussion will bring together the experience and expertise of more than 8,000 … Continue reading

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Last day to apply! Travel grants for developing country researchers

INASP has been running the second set of AuthorAID small grants for 2015. The deadlines are as follows (Note the travel grants deadline is 22 July 2015): 8 travel grants ($1500 each): For researchers who have an accepted abstract or proposal … Continue reading

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Online Training: Finding, organizing and using health information

Learn or refresh your skills in finding, organizing and using health information. Below are links to various training material including a training manual for students, researchers and health workers in Africa developed by the Network of African Medical Librarians in … Continue reading

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ALCTS 2015 Online Course Grant for Library Professionals from Developing Countries

Thank you to Research4Life Dgroups for sharing the below call. The Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS), a division of the American Library Association, is now accepting grant applications for the ALCTS online Fundamentals courses, for course sections … Continue reading

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