ILRI / Knowledge and Information / Open access

ILRI research travelling further than ever

In this video, Bruce Scott, Director of Partnerships and Communications (P&C) at ILRI introduces the aims and objectives of the annual P&C retreat held in Addis Ababa in January 2011: Looking back on the past year, setting priorities for the coming year. The key issue was how we ensure that the outputs of ILRI research … Continue reading

ILRI / ILRIComms / Knowledge and Information

ILRI communications getting social

Speaking at the January 2011 ILRI Partnerships and Communications (P&C) retreat, Susan MacMillan, Head of Public Awareness at ILRI reflects on the past year. She highlights that we moved from print to online; from normal media to social media, especially blogging. The big challenge for 2011: How are we going to continue, and take it … Continue reading

e-resources / ILRI / ILRIComms / people

ILRI pool of freelance editors, translators, and communication experts

Looking for some editorial assistance? We have set up an ILRI pool of editorial and other communication experts from around the world.  The list has sections for English-language editors/proofreaders, scientific journalists, design and layout experts, film and multimedia experts, full-service communication experts and translators.  Of course, you can also call on ILRI’s own editorial, graphics, … Continue reading

Agriculture / ILRI / ILRIComms

Reporting on the 5th All Africa conference on animal agriculture

Last week, ILRI staff had a major input into the ‘5th All Africa conference on animal agriculture’ organized by the Ethiopian Society of Animal Production (ESAP) and the All Africa Society of Animal Production. Staff from ILRI KMIS in Addis were asked to help support the collation and documentation of the meeting. This means you … Continue reading

e-resources

ILRI access to BioOne database

Welcome to BioOne! ILRI now has access to BioOne. BioOne is available free of charge to institutions in Kenya and Ethiopia until 31st December 2012 as a result of a recent EIFL-negotiated agreement between the Kenya Library & Information Services Consortium (KLISC) and EIFL. BioOne is a global, not-for-profit collaboration bringing together scientific societies, publishers, … Continue reading