Scheduled for May 25th at 1pm EDT, this webcast will present examples of how Canadian institutions are supporting compliance with the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy and provide suggestions for how libraries and research administrators can begin working together to support their researchers.
Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
May 25th at 1pm EDT
The Canadian Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications officially took effect one year ago. Any researchers awarded grants by CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC since May 1, 2015 must ensure that peer-reviewed articles resulting from these grants are publicly accessible within 12 months of publication. As researchers approach the point of publishing research stemming from these funded grants, libraries and research administrators across the country are developing strategies and supports to make compliance as seamless as possible within their institutions. This session will offer an overview of such initiatives, present examples of innovative efforts within these academic departments, and provide suggestions for how libraries and research administrators can begin working together to support their researchers.
This session is a collaboration between CARL (Canadian Association of Research Libraries) and SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition).
Shannon Cobb, Policy Analyst, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
Philippe-Olivier Giroux, Policy Analyst, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
Jeanette Hatherill, Scholarly Communication Librarian, University of Ottawa
Karina McInnis, Executive Director, University Research Services, Queen’s University, and Board Member, Canadian Association of Research Administrators (CARA)