The purpose of the Rural Finance Learning Centre library is to help people discover materials that may facilitate their personal learning about a subject or be useful to them if they are teaching or training others. Therefore, the Editors would be pleased to receive suggestions of any relevant book, report, training manual, toolkit, video, CD-ROM, website, PowerPoint presentation, software or similar items that members think would be interesting for other users of the RFLC.
Resources are added as references containing a title, the author, a description or abstract, year of publication, other information such as number of pages, type of resource, reference numbers, etc. and if possible a link to where the document may be downloaded or from where it may be ordered. Where possible documents are uploaded directly onto the RFLC server as this makes it faster for people to access and download them.
The RFLC also includes information about events and training courses and the Editors welcome proposals from members with details of relevant forthcoming events.
How do you suggest it?
- The easiest way is to send an email to the RFLC Editors. Give us as much information as possible and attach the file or provide a link to it. You can do this whether you are a registered member of the RFLC or not.
- If you are a RFLC member, you could login and click the link – suggest a resource - which appears in the login box underneath my info.
- The third alternative is to go to a particular topic and use the suggest option which will appear when you are logged in.
The RFLC Editors will find your suggestion and will review it. If it seems useful and appropriate they will do any editing required and then add it to the system. If you have used the "suggest forms" this will trigger an acknowledgement to your RFLC member's inbox. If the item is rejected you will also receive a message in the RFLC member's inbox. If the Editors wish to clarify anything, they will email you.