Today we welcome Guest blogger Teddy Ruge of Project Diaspora. Teddy is a mobile technology enthusiast and blogs frequently about the African ICT sectors and it’s effects on development. He has served on several panel discussions related to Africa, the role of the African Diaspora and Africa’s emerging technology space.
The International Network for Availability of Science Publications (INASP) is interested in the perceptions of researchers and academics of African origin who live and work in the UK. In particular how they view the role and opportunities of researchers in the diaspora to
improve research communication in Africa.
If you are a researcher (undertaking a research course or working in research) of African origin, we would be grateful if you can help us do this by filling in a brief questionnaire. This should only take five minutes of your time and we greatly appreciate it.
If you know of other researchers of African origin who may be willing to fill in this questionnaire we would be grateful if you could forward this email to them.
INASP supports research communication in developing and emerging countries. We work to increase access to national and international scholarly information and knowledge with the aim of building capacities and intellectual capital in the countries we work with.
If you have any questions about the survey please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org or Alex
Ademokun at [ alexander.ademokun @ kcl.ac.uk ].