The winners of EIFL OA advocacy call for proposals | EIFL 2013-07-10


Use the link to access more information about the grantees.  "Following the successes of 2011-2012 grant competitions (see EIFL-OA case studies), the EIFL-OA programme invited new proposals for national or institutional open access (OA) advocacy campaigns to reach out to research communities. We received over 30 proposals from 23 countries and we thank everyone who sent an application! Ten projects in Africa, Asia, and Europe have been chosen to receive funding: three projects in Africa (in Ethiopia, Lesotho and Senegal), a project in Asia (in China) and six projects in Europe (Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Moldova, Poland and Serbia). The projects will be implemented from June 2013 to March 2014. At the end of the projects, case studies will be written illustrating activities, advocacy strategies, successes and lessons learnt so that libraries everywhere can benefit. Congratulations to the grantees, and we look forward to successful projects!"


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07/10/2013, 07:51

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07/10/2013, 03:51