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Inside the European Court of Justice - one of the courts where judgements are given.
15 Jan 2018
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
In recent years, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), Europe’s highest court, has made three important rulings concerning digital library activities in Europe. The first of the three CJEU rulings took place in 2014, and originated in Germany in a case known as ‘TU Darmstadt’ (Case C- (...)
A group of trainees and trainers at the EIFL Open Science train the trainers course in Addis Ababa. They are standing outside the training venue.
14 Nov 2017
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
In June 2017, EIFL invited the global open access full text aggregator CORE to take part in an Open Science train-the-trainer course for universities and research institutions in EIFL partner countries. Our guest blogger, Nancy Pontika, CORE Open Access Aggregation Officer, writes about the (...)
23 Aug 2017
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
My name is Alix Halloran and I am GlobalGiving's Field Traveller in West Africa. I spent five months traveling around the region meeting with GlobalGiving's incredible nonprofit partners. I was so excited for the opportunity to spend the day with the regional librarians in Ghana who implement the (...)
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Editors and librarians entering information onto computers.
20 Sep 2016
Posted by Guest Blogger, EIFL
‘Revisiting OA journal policies and practices in Serbia’ is an EIFL-funded open access (OA) project. It is being implemented by the Serbian Library Consortium for Coordinated Acquisition (KoBSON - EIFL’s partner consortium in Serbia) and the National Library of Serbia. In this guest blog, Milica (...)