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Technological changes will enable greater accessibility

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Fedro Zazueta from the University of Florida reflects on incremental technological developments and their role in enhancing information accessibility.

Using Twitter to share information

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FAO's Gauri Salokhe and Michael Riggs explain why they use Twitter as a community support mechanism, and to share 'quick bites'of information with fellow enthusiasts.

Welcome to the 12th IAALD Congress (in Japanese)

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Tokyo, August 2008. Takashi Nagatsuka introduces the Japan 2008 Congress in Japanese.See more at http://iaald.blogspot.com Interview by Pier Andrea Pirani

Extending ICT use in agriculture in the Pacific

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Mereani Rokotibau form Fiji argues that ICTs have a strong potential to support Pacific agriculture - if the necessary capacities are extended.

Welcome to the 12th IAALD Congress

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Tokyo, August 2008. Peter Ballantyne introduces the Japan 2008 CongressSee more at http://iaald.blogspot.com

ICTs potential to support younger farmers in the Pacific

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Victor Kaihou from the Solomon Islands suggests that ICTs can be useful to support younger generations of agriculturalists in the Pacific.

Extending access by extending incentives

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Thomaz Bartol from Slovenia suggests that information can be made more accessible if scientists would be encouraged to produce 'hands-on' products. Interview by Peter Ballantyne

Making forest research information in Ghana more accessible

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Margaret Sraku-Lartey of the Forest Research Institute of Ghana explains how forest information specialists need to work together and with scientists to make their infromation more accessible. She emphasizes the importance of cheap and easy approaches.

IFPRI's Use of Web 2.0

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Luz Marina Alvare of the International Food Policy Research Institute relfects on the differences between generations of researchers and the impacts of these on their information-seeking behaviours.

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