Information about Africa on the internet
Information about Africa on the internet – there are many sites providing gateways to freely available African resources and materials. These are often organised by topic, region, or resource type. The links here provide a flavour of the gateways and resources available.
- The British Library provides a guide to key internet resources for African Studies, including UK archives for African studies and Visual material.
- The Bodleian Library’s African studies page on delicious.com provides a useful general guide to African studies resources. Use the tags on the right to navigate.
- The Nordic Africa Institute produces a guide to Africa on the internet and lists resources by country or region, subject and other guides and directories.
- Columbia University has an African Studies internet guide with links to African resources by region and country, by organization, topic, and other related websites.
- The University of Stanford has a very useful Africa internet directory, searchable by country and topic, as well as links through to the library’s Africa pages.
- The African Journal Archive is a collection of digitised journals, freely available on the web.
- African Studies Abstracts provides a quarterly overview of journal articles and edited works on Africa.
- The Institute of Development Studies in Brighton provides ELDIS, a database of free information on development policy, practice and research.