IST professionals develop digital platforms and tools dedicated to scientific and technical information – web sites, archives, resource catalogues, course content – for the scientific community.
Below is a list of these tools and links to them*. For more information, consult our Products and Services catalogue.
|ARINRA: Inra’s journal archives|
An electronic archive of journals which belong or have belonged to Inra since the Institute began publishing.
Catalogue of publications, theses, reports, maps, periodicals and other documents) available at Inra in print and electronic format (licensed by Inra and free of charge, provided by the ISTEX digital scientific library.
Ldap authentication is recommended for access to a wider range of services.
|Call for Papers|
Event monitoring device of the Social Science, Agriculture and food, Rural Development and Environment Division (SAE2) of Inra.
Services, tools, and best practices recommended by Inra for scientific data sharing and management.
From a collaborative work, the dictionary of agroecology aims to define terms and concepts of agroecology to allow the greatest number of people to understand the stakes and practices. Born from a territorial monitoring device, this educational multimedia resource, gathers so far more than 300 terms.
|Infodoc express online|
A quick and easy solution to learn about IST via a time-effective approach with no travel involved, in the form of short, online classes.
Access via Inra’s e-learning platform (Ldap authentication required).
An overview of scientific and technical information services offered by Inra
A census of vocabularies (ontologies, thesauri, terminologies, etc.) produced at Inra, and their publication according to Linked Open Data principles.
|Digitalisation at Inra|
Inra has introduced a policy to digitalise its resources in order to conserve them and make them easier to disseminate and re-use.
A tool to assess scientific journals and develop publication strategies.
(Ldap authentication required)
|The IST Technology Observatory|
Information blog on technical developments in scientific and technical information.
Blog on Inra’s Open Access policy and its implementation via ProdInra, its open archive.
Newsletter published by CAPS, the scientific publication assistance team at the Environment and Agronomy Division.
Institutional open archive of all Inra production; provides free access to full-text research publications.
Information service, offering email answers to questions regarding scientific and technical information. Responses provided by a team of information officers within 3 days.
The electronic bibliographic resources portal lists the electronic resources Inra subscribes to for use by its scientific community (LDAP authentication required), Open Access resources of interest for the Institute, and resources produced by Inra.
* In some cases, access is reserved for Inra staff