CARL Pleased to See New Investments in Budget 2018 that Aim to Strengthen Research, Innovation and Reconciliation in Canada

February 28, 2018 – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) was very pleased to see a range of new investments in Budget 2018 that aim to strengthen research, innovation and reconciliation in Canada. The budget delivers a significant response … More >> CARL Pleased to See New Investments in Budget 2018 that Aim to Strengthen Research, Innovation and Reconciliation in Canada

CARL Launches Expanded Website and Social Media Campaign for Fair Dealing Week 2018

February 26, 2018. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries is celebrating the start of Fair Dealing Week 2018 by taking to social media and relaunching an expanded http://fair-dealing.ca website to promote the benefits of copyright’s fair dealing exception.    … More >> CARL Launches Expanded Website and Social Media Campaign for Fair Dealing Week 2018

CARL and BCI Reach Agreement for the Advancement Research Data Management and Digital Preservation in Canada

   Montreal, February 22, 2018 – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) and the Bureau de coopération interuniversitaire (BCI) announced today the signing of an agreement that will see both organizations work together to advance regional and national issues … More >> CARL and BCI Reach Agreement for the Advancement Research Data Management and Digital Preservation in Canada

CARL Releases New Brief on the Unsustainability of International Journal Costs

February 15, 2018. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) has released a new brief entitled Responding to Unsustainable Journal Costs, which addresses the increasingly alarming situation of escalating subscription costs for international journals. Authored by CARL Research Associate Kathleen … More >> CARL Releases New Brief on the Unsustainability of International Journal Costs

Summary Report for @Risk North Forum Finds Significant Enthusiasm in Canada for Shared Collections

          Monday, February 12, 2018. – The organizations responsible for last November’s forum on shared collections, @Risk North (Collections en péril), are pleased to announce the release of a summary report that presents an overview of the presentations … More >> Summary Report for @Risk North Forum Finds Significant Enthusiasm in Canada for Shared Collections