is a not-for-profit organization that enables transparent and trustworthy connections between researchers, their contributions, and affiliations by providing an identifier for individuals to use with their name as they engage in research, scholarship, and innovation activities.
ORCID's work is open, transparent, and non-proprietary. They are guided by the principles of privacy and researcher control, and the vision of identifier-enabled research information infrastructure.
Join our two-part training and discover how researchers can use ORCID to get visibility for all of their work, from publications to grants. The webinars will take place on 14 and 21 April 2021. The trainers will be Gabriela Mejias, Engagement Manager, and Nabil Ksibi, Engagement Lead, from ORCID. Read more
Webinar 1: Improve discoverability and recognition for your research activities with ORCID
14 April, 8:00-9:00 am EST / 2:00-3:00 pm SAST Register here
Webinar 2: Getting recognition for your peer review activities with ORCID
21 April, 8:00-9:00 am EST / 2:00-3:00 pm SAST Register here
The ICML+AHILA 2022 welcomes proposals for papers, posters, and lightning talks presenting research initiatives, case studies, and other projects; lessons learned and future trends should be shared.
All proposals should address one of the six sub-themes outlined here.
This call covers three types of format: Papers, Posters and Lightning talks.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 03 June 2021
We have had twenty-two exciting years providing, promoting and building capacity for scientists, researchers, practitioners and information professionals on the use of electronic resources and digital tools in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
We would like to extend our gratitude to all our partners, clients and staff for their support.
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world
ITOCA (Information Training & Outreach Centre for Africa) is a capacity building organisation aimed at enhancing information and communications technology (ICT) skills for scientists, researchers, librarians/ information specialists, academics and students focusing on the African continent.
Formerly, TEEAL Africa Office, the ITOCA learning centre was established in February 1999 as a marketing and support office for Cornell University's Albert R. Mann Library TEEAL (The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library) programme for Africa. Now, ITOCA spearheads programme support for Research4Life (AGORA, Hinari, OARE, ARDI and GOALI) and TEEAL in the region.