The Information System on Small-scale Fisheries (ISSF) is releasing a brand new page!
Since its official release in September 2014, the Information System on Small-scale Fisheries has offered a platform to share and explore data on SSF researchers, organizations and publications. As of today, more than 380 researchers, 135 organizations, and 1300 publications are recorded on ISSF, making it the largest SSF database ever created! We are pleased to announce the release of a new ISSF page which will provide users with help and guidance when exploring SSF data.
The new ISSF help page will provide users with the help and guidance they need to make full use of what ISSF has to offer. The new page will consist of three components: A “Tips” column will provide users with various tips and tricks to enhance user experience while our new “FAQs” section will help users with common issues such as making accounts and contributing. Last but not least we will be introducing a series of tutorial videos which will give users a more “hands on” learning experience within ISSF.