Join the fourth A.S.I.R.A.'s free Webinar !

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 fourth webinar will be held on 22 February (Wednesday), 2017Register HERENo need for ASIRA Online Course participants to register.


You are invited to the fourth 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 fourth A.S.I.R.A.'s webinar entitled Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA)

Date & Time:

Wednesday 22 February, 2017

14:00 CET



NOTE: no need for A.S.I.R.A.’s course participants to register


Kristin Kolshus, Information Management Specialist at FAO of the United Nations

About the webinar

The objective of this webinar is to provide an overview of the AGORA programme for interested institutions in eligible countries. AGORA is one of the four Research4Life programmes. The webinar will present AGORA, a programme to provide free or low cost access to major scientific journals in agriculture and related biological, environmental and social sciences to public institutions in developing countries. The webinar will focus on the eligibility, the registration, terms of use, and the types of resources covered.

About Kristin Kolshus


Kristin Kolshus is an Information Management Specialist at the FAO of the United Nations (FAO), Regional Office for Africa. She focuses on capacity development on access to scientific information, information management, and knowledge sharing, especially through AGORA and Research4Life.

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