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AGRIS The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology

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FAO. 2024. AGRIS The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology – Data provider guide. Second edition. Rome.



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    AGRIS The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology
    Data provider guide
    2022
    The AGRIS database contains millions of bibliographic records on food and agricultural scientific literature in over 90 languages. The data or records in the database are contributed by a global network of data providers – including publishers, governments, academic institutions, non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations, and international and national organizations from 150 countries. The records are provided in multilingual formats and frequently include full text links to the actual resources, be they books, journal articles, book chapters, monographs, datasets or grey literature spanning unpublished scientific and technical reports, theses, dissertations and conference papers. As AGRIS continues to grow and evolve, this guide aims to inform the AGRIS community, in particular the data providers, on all aspects of engaging with AGRIS, from joining the AGRIS Network to contributing the data efficiently to the database.
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    AGRIS The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology
    User guide
    2024
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    The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology (AGRIS) is one of the most comprehensive databases for food and agricultural scientific literature worldwide. Accessible through a web portal, millions of bibliographic records in more than 100 different languages are available for free to global users. An international network of data providers, including publishers, governments and organizations, volunteer information (metadata) about science publications. These records are provided in multilingual formats and frequently include full text links to connect users to scientific literature worldwide.Over recent years, AGRIS has evolved to become an acknowledged information resource worldwide by moving from paper to digital, and from a centralized model to a distributed network. This guide aims to update the AGRIS community, in particular those who use the AGRIS database to find scientific literature on food and agriculture, about the best ways to engage with and search the database.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    AGRIS The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology
    User guide
    2022
    AGRIS is one of the most comprehensive databases for food and agricultural scientific literature worldwide. Accessible through a web portal, millions of bibliographic records in more than 90 different languages are available for free to global users. An international network of data providers, including publishers, governments and organizations, volunteer information (metadata) about science publications. These records are provided in multilingual formats and frequently include full text links to connect users to scientific literature worldwide. Over recent years, AGRIS has evolved to become an acknowledged information resource worldwide by moving from paper to digital, and from a centralized model to a distributed network. This guide aims to update the AGRIS community, in particular those who use the AGRIS database to find scientific literature on food and agriculture, about the best ways to engage with and search the database.

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