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Promoting Public Access Policies – A New Role for Librarians
The Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) with its public access policy has joined a host of other granting agencies requiring researchers to provide open access to their research outputs. To help researchers ...
Searching for Corporate Names in Amicus
An online tutorial on how to search for corporate name authorities using Amicus.
York University Libraries Research in YorkSpace
This is a presentation demonstrating how to enter items into YorkSpace
Open Access Publishing
The presentation will begin with a definition of open access and an outline of its benefits. We will then go on to explain the two roads to open access and the ten flavours of open access as discussed by John Willinsky in ...
Entering Records in YorkSpace
This short video demonstrates how to enter records into York University Libraries institutional repository, YorkSpace.
Searching for Name Authorities Using the Library of Congress Authorities Website
An online tutorial on how to search for personal name authorities using Library of Congress Authorities website.
Promoting Open Digital Scholarship: A Canadian Library Perspective
(The Energy Resources Institute, 2010-02)
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 ...
Authorities Training Presentation
A cataloguing training presentation on authorities
MULER: Building an Electronic Resource Management (ERM) Solution at York University
Many university libraries now utilize an Electronic Resource Management (ERM) system to assist with operations related to electronic resources. An ERM is a relational database containing information such as suppliers, ...
Cerebral Palsy: A Webliography
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-10-29)
Cerebral Palsy, also known as CP, is a group of non- progressive neurological disorders that impair motor function. It is usually caused by abnormal brain development or brain damage that is sustained during ...