REMINDER: Call for Participants for CARL’s 2020 Librarians’ Research Institute

January 15, 2020 – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries is now accepting nominations for participants for the 2020 Librarians’ Research Institute. These participants will attend a four-day Institute at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton (June 15-18, 2020), which … More >> REMINDER: Call for Participants for CARL’s 2020 Librarians’ Research Institute

REMINDER: Survey on Consultation Draft of Competencies for CARL / ABRC Librarians

December 17, 2019 – Reporting to the Canadian Association of Research Libraries’ (CARL) Strengthening Capacity Committee, the CARL / ABRC Competencies Working Group (CCWG) was struck in the summer of 2017 to refresh the 2010 publication, ‘Core Competencies for 21st Century … More >> REMINDER: Survey on Consultation Draft of Competencies for CARL / ABRC Librarians

CARL Releases Report on Institutional Repository Statistics Tracking

Tuesday, December 17, 2019. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) is pleased to announce the publication of the first report in a series by its Open Repositories Working Group (ORWG) – this first report focuses on approaches to … More >> CARL Releases Report on Institutional Repository Statistics Tracking

Call for Participants for CARL’s 2020 Librarians’ Research Institute

December 10, 2019 – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries is now accepting nominations for participants for the 2020 Librarians’ Research Institute. These participants will attend a four-day Institute at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton (June 15-18, 2020), which … More >> Call for Participants for CARL’s 2020 Librarians’ Research Institute

Collaborating to Support Greater Visibility and Discoverability of Open Scholarship – DSpace 5 & 6 Extension Will Soon Enable Support for new OpenAIRE Guidelines

Monday, December 2, 2019. – Several Canadian research libraries are providing funding to ensure that the vast majority of DSpace repositories around the world can be discovered through OpenAIRE, an international database of open scholarly content. Quality and comprehensive metadata … More >> Collaborating to Support Greater Visibility and Discoverability of Open Scholarship – DSpace 5 & 6 Extension Will Soon Enable Support for new OpenAIRE Guidelines