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

Canadians Need Unfettered Access To Government Publications In Face Of COVID-19

The Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) are calling on federal and provincial governments to make official publications more accessible to Canadians by assigning a Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC BY) to … More >> Canadians Need Unfettered Access To Government Publications In Face Of COVID-19

CARL Would Like to Congratulate Brett Waytuck on his Appointment to the ALA Committee on Accreditation

September 21. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) would like to congratulate Brett Waytuck, University Librarian, University of Regina, and Chair of CARL’s Strengthening Capacity Committee, for being appointed by the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) Board … More >> CARL Would Like to Congratulate Brett Waytuck on his Appointment to the ALA Committee on Accreditation

CARL is Pleased to Announce the Release of the Final Version of the Competencies for Librarians in Canadian Research Libraries

September 17, 2020. – Reporting to the Canadian Association of Research Libraries’ (CARL) Strengthening Capacity Committee, the CARL Competencies Working Group (CWG) was struck in the summer of 2017 to refresh the 2010 publication, ‘Core Competencies for 21st Century CARL … More >> CARL is Pleased to Announce the Release of the Final Version of the Competencies for Librarians in Canadian Research Libraries

CARL Member Libraries Quantify Their Investments in Open Scholarship

July 22, 2020. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) has released a report detailing its academic member institutions’ financial contributions to the development and sustainability of the infrastructure and services that underlie open scholarship. In recent years, CARL … More >> CARL Member Libraries Quantify Their Investments in Open Scholarship