Canadian Scholarly Publishing Working Group Releases Interim Report

This multi-stakeholder working group, which includes scholarly publishers, academic libraries, funders, and researchers, released today its draft principles for sustainable scholarly publishing. January 31, 2017. – The Canadian Scholarly Publishing Working Group’s interim report features an overview of the current … More >> Canadian Scholarly Publishing Working Group Releases Interim Report

CARL welcomes CRTC Regulatory Policy establishing new objective for broadband access

OTTAWA, January 27, 2017 – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) welcomes the recent announcement of Regulatory Policy 2016-496 in which the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) establishes a new universal service objective: that “Canadians, in urban areas … More >> CARL welcomes CRTC Regulatory Policy establishing new objective for broadband access

2016 Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Research in Librarianship Grants Announced

OTTAWA, January 18, 2017 – The CARL Strengthening Capacity Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 competition in the Research in Librarianship Grant fund. The CARL Research in Librarianship Grant is awarded to new and established librarians … More >> 2016 Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Research in Librarianship Grants Announced

Research Library Associations Commit to the Future of the Digital Scholarly Record

      The International Alliance of Research Library Associations (IARLA) — a global coalition of several major research and academic library associations in Australia, Canada, Europe, and the United States — recognises the significance of preservation of the scholarly record. … More >> Research Library Associations Commit to the Future of the Digital Scholarly Record

Canadian Scholarly Publishing Working Group to Ensure Wide Distribution of Research Results

Stakeholders including scholarly publishers, academic libraries, funders, and researchers have joined forces to develop a framework for advanced, robust, sustainable, collaborative models for the Canadian dissemination of the scholarly record. November 7, 2016. – Scholars, research funders, libraries, academic institutions … More >> Canadian Scholarly Publishing Working Group to Ensure Wide Distribution of Research Results