A.S.I.R.A.  (Access to Scientific Information Resources in Agriculture) Online Course for Low-Income Countries started on 13 February, 2017. Throughout the course, several webinar sessions will be held based on  the subjects taught in the units. These webinars are open to anyone who is interested in the subject. The next webinar will be held on 01 March (Wednesday),  2017Register HERENo need for ASIRA Online Course participants to register.

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You are invited to the next webinar of the A.S.I.R.A. Online Course for Low-Income Countries offered by FAO of the United Nations in collaboration with Research4Life.

A.S.I.R.A.'s webinars are specially designed for the course participants but also open to anyone who is interested in the subject.

Our speakers come from diverse background come together to complete the flavor of the course, sharing their experience and expertise in their fields.

Here is the information about the upcoming A.S.I.R.A.'s webinar entitled: AuthorAID: Supporting Developing Country Researchers in Publishing Their Work

Date & Time:

01 March, 2017

15:00 CET

Register at:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tcIau2g3O_OR7RJFes7psHXcYMAtqEH3vcQzJ70vE-I/edit

Presenter:

Jennifer Chapin, Programme Manager, AuthorAID at INASP

About the webinar:

This webinar will provide an overview of the AuthorAID website and programme of support, including the online courses in research writing, mentoring support and resources. The impact of the AuthorAID programme and the lessons learnt in low income countries will also be covered. 

About the presenter:

Jennifer Chapin is a Programme Manager, AuthorAID at INASP.

Jennifer coordinates the communication of research at INASP, managing the AuthorAID programme to support the capacity of researchers in developing countries to communicate their research to different actors, and to increase the quality and quantity of their research publications. Joining INASP in 2016, Jennifer spent the previous four years at the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in London, a role which included developing research best practice and quality assurance, supporting the development of actuarial research with 300 researchers worldwide. Holding an MA in Education and International Development, she previously worked in education strategy for the Royal College of Physicians of Canada and, since 2010, has also acted as director of a gender equality in education programme in Togo through a Canada-Togo partnership.

In case you missed the previous webinars, you can still take the most out of them as the material  Webinars@ASIRA is available below: 

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Emerging Themes in Agricultural Research Publishing 

Emerging Themes in Agricultural Research Publishing 

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New Roles for Changing Times UNAM Subject Librarians in Context

New Roles for Changing Times UNAM Subject Librarians in Context

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Using AGRIS as a portal of choice to access agricultural research and technology information

Using AGRIS as a portal of choice to access agricultural research and technology information  

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Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA)

Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA)

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Introduction to Using TEEAL to Access Agricultural Journals  

Introduction to Using TEEAL to Access Agricultural Journals  

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AuthorAID: Supporting Developing Country Researchers in Publishing Their Work

AuthorAID: Supporting Developing Country Researchers in Publishing Their Work

 

 


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