Algerian Postgraduates in the UK

anasr.org’s Q&A and Stories hubs officially launched

Questions & Answers and Stories, the latest two fully interactive features of anasr.org are now available to all members.

As part of its mission to develop an interaction space for Algerian academics, scientists, researchers and practitioners, anasr.org has now launched two fully interactive features to allow members to share their knowledge, expertise and interests with each other.

The first feature, Questions & Answers (Q&A), is a place to get answers. It allows any member to ask a question directly to members who will in turn be able to share their knowledge on the matter with you or point you to the right resources to answer their question. Q&A is also a place to help others and find solutions together through discussion.

Q&A can be accessed here. Read more about it here.

Stories allows anasr.org members to share news and links of your interest with the rest of the community. Each news story is voted on according to its relevance and the interest it generates. Stories with the highest votes are then promoted to the top of Stories page and anasr.org’s front page.

Stories can be accessed here. Read more about it here.

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