Author Archives: Robyn Hall

New Issue Briefs: Metrics & Mandates

The working group has completed two new issue briefs: Research Metrics Open Access Mandates in Canada Early in the fall we will be selecting new scholarly communications topics to explore and report on. Please do let any member of the SCWG know of any topic recommendations, as well as any feedback regarding our most recent […]
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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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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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Save the Date! Training Day 2019 in Regina

COPPUL is planning its second informal meetup and Scholarly Communications Regional Training Day Thursday, April 25 – Friday, April 26, 2019 at the University of Regina. Registration will open early February, as soon as the schedule is finalized. Watch this space and subscribe to our blog for updates (see “Follow Blog” option on this page). The event will […]
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Tips for Living Openly: Publish in Open Access Journals

This is the first of a series of monthly posts about ways that those of us working in libraries can support open access (OA) to research. The first tip is to publish library and information science (LIS) research in OA journals. Based on an analysis of a list of LIS journals compiled by the Centre for Evidence […]
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