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Promoting Open Digital Scholarship: A Canadian Library Perspective

Promoting Open Digital Scholarship: A Canadian Library Perspective

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Title: Promoting Open Digital Scholarship: A Canadian Library Perspective
Author: Fernandez, Leila
Nariani, Rajiv
Salmon, Marcia
Abstract: Librarians at York University have developed a stepwise approach to promote open access among faculty. Recent policy by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research requiring public access to outputs arising out of funded research has provided the impetus for librarians to engage with faculty on these issues. In this paper we describe approaches used to introduce researchers to self-archiving and publishing options to meet funding requirements. Promotional strategies are explained and future directions are outlined. The changing role of librarians in research support is discussed.
Subject: Funding policies
Institutional repositories
Role of librarians
Open access archives
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Type: Other
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/3956
Published: The Energy Resources Institute
Citation: Fernandez, Leila, Rajiv Nariani and Marcia Salmon. "Promoting Open Digital Scholarship: A Canadian Library Perspective." Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010 (ICDL 2010): New Delhi, February 23-26, 2010.
Date: 2010-02

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