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In the know: KM4AgD Challenge, UKRI open access policy, Acume, Meet Libby

In the know is a regular roundup of knowledge management (KM) topics of discussion and the videos and podcasts that are grabbing the attention of KM experts across our community.

Knowledge Management for Agricultural Development (KM4AgD) Challenge

Africa’s Knowledge Management for Agricultural Development (KM4AgD) Challenge will build appropriate capacities, establish knowledge management communities of practice for artificial intelligence and strengthen mechanisms for knowledge generation to accelerate the achievement of the CAADP Malabo goals by 2025 and the SDGs by 2030. With thanks to Paul Atsu on Twitter.

UKRI open access policy

Agencies and organisations that fund research can play an important role in promoting and supporting open access by requiring funding recipients to publish their research findings open access. Consistent with this, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has introduced a new open access policy for research publications that acknowledge funding from UKRI and any of its councils. With thanks to Matt Treadwell on LinkedIn.

Acume – Academic research that makes an impact

Acume partners with diverse scholars to transform research into a practical summary. These summaries support the international affairs and development community to innovate and make more evidence-based decisions. With thanks to Decolonial Subversions on Twitter.

Meet Libby

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  1. Thanks for sharing, we continue to keep the KM4AgD agenda on.
    #KM4AgD22Challenge is coming

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