ILRI Blogs – Keeping up with your colleagues

One of the most successful ‘new media’ applications in recent years is the blog (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blog). It has moved from a personal diary or weblog into the mainstream of scientific and scholarly publishing. See for example Nature Blogs (http://blogs.nature.com) and ScienceBlogs (http://scienceblogs.com). Blogging is an increasingly popular activity in ILRI. Especially by projects looking for straightforward … Continue reading

e-resources / Livestock

Livestock Fish consultation resources

Last week, ILRI hosted a stakeholder meeting for the Mega program 3.7 proposal-writing process. If you are looking for information: The notes from the meeting are captured at http://livestock-fish.wikispaces.com/addis_stakeholder_meeting There are some public postings from the consultation on the blog: http://livestockfish.wordpress.com/ All the powerpoint files are on the wiki; they are also at: http://www.slideshare.net/ilri. There … Continue reading

e-resources / ILRI

ILRI InfoCentre participates in the First International Conference on African Digital Libraries and Archives

The Conference/Forum that took place at the Addis Ababa UN Conference Centre on July 1–3, 2009 brought together staff and senior program leaders of key African intergovernmental and development organizations to discuss the importance of ensuring that the development and use of information and knowledge resources and services are recognized as critical for inclusive development … Continue reading