The Winning Formula: The Kenya Library Library and Information Services Consortium (KLISC).


Since its inception in 2003, the Kenya Library and Information Services Consortium (KLISC) has blazed a trail for cash-strapped research organisations across the developing world, working together to overcome the impact of budget cuts. KLISC now provides electronic access to over 20,000 journal titles from across the academic spectrum to its 54 member institutions. Subscribers enjoy both access to peer-reviewed research for a fraction of the usual cost and benefit from collaboration with like-minded institutions and the strengthening of ICT skills and resources.


INASP, 2 pp., Available in web and print versions

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