Call for Expressions of Interest – CARL Visiting Program Officer for Open Education

The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) is the national voice of Canada’s twenty-nine largest university libraries and two federal institutions. A bilingual not-for-profit organization, CARL coordinates national initiatives across its member institutions and promotes their causes to achieve excellence … More >> Call for Expressions of Interest – CARL Visiting Program Officer for Open Education

CARL Releases Documentation to Support Canadian Repositories’ Participation in OpenAIRE

August 16, 2021. – Members of the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL)’s Open Repositories Working Group (ORWG) have released a suite of resources designed to get Canadian repositories’ contents reflected in the OpenAIRE discovery service. In January 2018, CARL … More >> CARL Releases Documentation to Support Canadian Repositories’ Participation in OpenAIRE

CARL Applauds Supreme Court’s Copyright Ruling on the Application of Tariffs and Fair Dealing

Friday, July 30, 2021. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) welcomes today’s judgment by the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) in the York University v. Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright) case. Having intervened in this case due … More >> CARL Applauds Supreme Court’s Copyright Ruling on the Application of Tariffs and Fair Dealing

CARL Members Release 2019-2020 Journal Subscription Cost Data and Earlier Data

February 16, 2021 –  Back in 2018, Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) members jointly released for the first time their journal subscription cost data for collections and packages negotiated by Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), as part of their … More >> CARL Members Release 2019-2020 Journal Subscription Cost Data and Earlier Data

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”

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

Creating More Visibility for Canadian Journals’ Self-Archiving Policies: An Open Access Week 2020 Crowdsourcing Project

                          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