Based in Western Canada, we are focused on scholarly communications issues & trends.

Working Group Updates

Training Day Materials Posted Presentation materials from last month’s COPPUL Scholarly Communications Regional Training Day are now posted. Thank you to everyone who participated, and to everyone at the University of Regina for being wonderful hosts for this event. Stay tuned for information about a 2020 event. A date and location will be announced early […]
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Tips for Living Openly: Self-Archive Your Research

This is the third in a series of posts about ways that those of us working in libraries can support open access (OA) to research.  This month’s tip is to self-archive your research in your institutional repository. While it is beneficial to publish in an open access (OA) journal, you may need to publish your research […]
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Fair Dealing Week (Feb 25-Mar 1)

February 25th-March 1st is Fair Dealings Week.   It is a time to learn about Fair Dealing and how it impacts all Canadians. In celebration of this week, events are taking place from coast to coast.  If you want to learn what activities are taking place near you, visit fair dealing ©ananda.  It has provided […]
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Registration Open: COPPUL Schol Comm Event April 25-26, Regina

Join us Thursday, April 25 – Friday, April 26 for COPPUL’s second annual meetup and  Scholarly Communications Regional Training Day at the University of Regina. Registration is now open to all staff at COPPUL member libraries at no cost: https://tinyurl.com/trainingday19. The schedule and more information is posted at: https://coppulscwg.ca/training-day  Affiliate members and all others interested […]
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Looking for schol comms PD activities in May? Consider visiting Vancouver!

If you’re a scholarly communications practitioner looking for some focused professional development opportunities this year, you’re in luck! In addition to planning a visit to Regina April 25 – 26 for our second COPPUL Scholarly Communications Training Day, you may want to think about heading to Vancouver in May! There are several related events being […]
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