Compute Canada and CARL Join Forces to Build a National Research Data Platform

EDMONTON, ALBERTA, January 27, 2016 — Compute Canada and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) announced today that they will collaborate to build a scalable national platform for research data management and discovery. Partnership will enhance research data transfer, … More >> Compute Canada and CARL Join Forces to Build a National Research Data Platform

CARL and Portage Response to “Data Repository Selection: Criteria That Matter”

January  25, 2021. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) and the Portage Network (Portage) would like to express concerns about the Data Repository Selection: Criteria That Matter, recently proposed through the FAIR Sharing initiative. The proposed approach, developed primarily … More >> CARL and Portage Response to “Data Repository Selection: Criteria That Matter”

Webinars and Community Calls

To support research libraries’ communities of practice, CARL offers webinars and community calls related to our varying areas of activity. Upcoming webinars and community calls: Inclusion Perspectives Webinar Series: Fifth Panel Featuring Colleagues from the 2SLGBTIAQ+ Community (October 26, 2022, … More >> Webinars and Community Calls

CARL Award of Merit

The CARL Award of Merit is awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding local, regional, or national contribution within an area of research librarianship and whose contribution has had broad and beneficial impact within the CARL community. This … More >> CARL Award of Merit

Short-term Contract: Project Assistant for Canadian Journals’ Self-Archiving Policies project

The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) is seeking a Project Assistant for a short-term part-time contract to support its Creating More Visibility for Canadian Journals’ Self-Archiving Policies project. The work entails validating the information about Canadian journal titles and converting this … More >> Short-term Contract: Project Assistant for Canadian Journals’ Self-Archiving Policies project

Module 2

How Does Copyright Law Apply at My University? This module simplifies a very complex subject. This module is offered for information only, and is not a substitute for legal advice. Transcript All universities in Canada are required to comply with … More >> Module 2

Announcing CARL’s Visiting Program Officer and Working Group for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

May 9, 2019. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) is pleased to announce the knowledgeable and diverse team that will develop its program of bilingual initiatives to support the creation of diverse, equitable, and inclusive environments in CARL research … More >> Announcing CARL’s Visiting Program Officer and Working Group for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion