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EIFL guest blogger, Dr Solomon Mekonnen Tekle.
04 Oct 2019
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
In September, Ethiopia adopted a national open access policy for higher education institutions. EIFL guest blogger, Dr Solomon Mekonnen Tekle, (...)
Colleen Campbell, of OA2020 presenting at the EIFL General Assembly.
29 Aug 2019
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
Our Guest Blogger, Colleen Campbell, from the Open Access 2020 Initiative, reflects on the similarities between the unknown heights of the Kyrgyz (...)
IFL guest blogger Jane Secker, standing, second from left, plays The Publishing Trap with EIFL General Assembly delegates.
22 Aug 2019
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
Our Guest Blogger, Dr Jane Secker, is Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London. EIFL invited Jane and partner, (...)
People sitting and working in groups at the open science trainer bootcamp in Debrecen, Hungary.
06 Feb 2019
Posted by Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager
Members of the EIFL Open Access Programme team, Iryna Kuchma and Gwen Franck, blog about a new training format and training resources for open (...)
Open Access Serbia logo
25 Jan 2019
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
EIFL Guest Blogger, Open Access Programme Coordinator in Serbia, Milica Sevkusic, updates us on the latest developments in open access (OA) in (...)
A group of women trainers who took part in the EIFL open science train-the-trainers workshop in Ethiopia in June 2017.
17 Mar 2018
Posted by Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager
‘Is your institution willing and committed to offer training on open access, open research data and open science as a part of standard training for (...)
Group photo of participants at a workshop on research evaluation and data science for libraries hosted by EIFL and EIFL’s partner library consortium, Electronic Information for Libraries in Thailand, at Mahidol University in Salaya, Thailand.
21 Feb 2018
Posted by Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager
Open scholarship is growing in importance as a way of ensuring that there is global participation in research, improved quality and efficiency of (...)