BACKGROUND Researchers frequently need to know where and when they can share a copy of their submitted, accepted and/or published journal articles in order to: meet the … More >> Creating More Visibility for Canadian Journals’ Self-Archiving Policies: An Open Access Week 2020 Crowdsourcing Project
Creating More Visibility for Canadian Journals’ Self-Archiving Policies: An Open Access Week 2020 Crowdsourcing Project
Although the Canadian academic library community is active in promoting open access and open scholarship all year round, CARL wishes to highlight the many activities being organized for Open Access Week 2020. SPARC, the organization behind this annual international initiative, … More >> October 19-23, 2020 is Open Access Week
On November 17th & 18th, 2020, CARL directors will meet virtually in place of their usual in-person general meeting. Click … More >>
Presented by the CARL Open Repositories Working Group’s Task Group on Community Building and Engagement Date: Monday, September … More >>
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