From Informing to Engaging: What Users of CGIAR Research Information Are Asking

26th April 2011 | Written by: Evelyn Katingi | 2 Comments

Through the ‘Ask a Question’ dialogue box found at the bottom of each project fact sheet in the Research Map, users of agriculture information can now enquire about specific project details in relation to their research interest from CGIAR scientists.

This new feature in the Research Map, designed to increase the level of interaction and collaboration among users of agriculture information has seen over 50 enquiries being sent to various projects. From technical support, project reports, internship opportunities for students, various scientists details requests to conversations leading to developing new partnerships, the ‘Ask a Question’ box has vast advantages and shows the willingness of CGIAR scientists to share their information and knowledge and collaborate and learn from others partners.

To see some of the enquiries and their responses click on the below link

What users of CGIAR research information are asking

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