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EIFL OA Programme Manager Iryna Kuchma presents MERAL, using a PowerPoint presentation, at the round table discussion.
31 May 2019
Free and open access to research in Myanmar will grow dramatically as a result of an exciting new project that will establish a national portal (...)
EIFL at the event: top from left, EIFL copyright librarians, Katherine Matsika, Awa Diouf Cisse, Japhet Otike; bottom, Dick Kawooya, Associate Professor, College of Information and Communications, Uni. of South Carolina, EIFL-IP Manager, Teresa Hackett.
28 May 2019
On 12-13 June 2019, heads of copyright offices from more than 40 African states will meet in Nairobi, Kenya, to discuss copyright limitations and (...)
Cover of the 2018 report.
02 May 2019
We are pleased to announce the publication of our 2018 Annual Report, celebrating achievements of our programmes and projects during the year. (...)
Librarians and representatives of RENs at the workshop in Ghana in March 2019.
08 Apr 2019
Libraries and regional and national Research and Education Networks (RENs) in West and Central Africa have endorsed a template for a Terms of (...)
20 Mar 2019
Over the last two decades, there has been steady progress towards open access (OA), which is the immediate, online, free and unrestricted (...)
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15 Mar 2019
We are delighted to name the winners of the 12th EIFL Public Library Innovation Award, for Public library services improving people’s lives. (...)
Flag of Laos.
14 Mar 2019
Libraries rely on copyright exceptions and limitations to allow everyday uses of copyright-protected materials, for example, to provide a (...)