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Global Research Trends and Reports
INASP is an "international development charity working with a global network of partners to improve access, production and use of research information and knowledge, so that countries are equipped to solve their development challenges."
Research4Life is composed of four programs which provide developing countries with free or low cost access to academic content online. These programs are comprised of the following:
- HINARDI - Access to Research in Health
- AGORA - Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture
- OARE - Online Access to Research in the Environment
- ARDI - Access to Research for Development and Innovation
GOAP - Global Open Access Portal
The Global Open Access Portal (GOAP) "presents a current snapshot of the status of Open Access (OA) to scientific information around the world."
- Thematic Open Access Repositories - Search open access repositories from DOAR grouped into broad subject areas: Multidisciplinary, Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Engineering & Technology, and Medical Sciences.
Internet Library of Sub-Saharan Africa
ScholarlyCommons is the University of Pennsylvania's institutional repository. It provides full-text access to past and present, publicly accessible, scholarly work of faculty, students, staff, labs, and centers within the Penn community to a worldwide audience.
Penn VIVO is a tool that enables the discovery of research and collaboration among scientists across disciplines. Browse people, departments, and publications. For more information, visit the VIVO FAQ.
ICT4D: Information and Communication Technologies for Development
EIFL works with libraries in developing and transition countries to enable access to knowledge.