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Canada’s new Open Access Policy: what does it mean for Brock researchers?
Canada’s new Tri-Agency Open Access Policy signals that Canada is embracing open research as a default position. While only funding recipients will be required to comply with the policy by making their journal articles ...
Protect yourself from Predatory Publishers: Tips for staying safe in Scholarly Publishing
Scholarly publishing is a chaotic business with new journals constantly emerging and longstanding publications changing or folding. With some newer publications adopting less-than-desirable business practices, it can be ...
The perfect space: classroom environments and learning outcomes
What impact does a classroom space have on learning outcomes for students? Does a perfect library teaching space exist? This presentation highlights the findings of a 2014 survey of teaching librarians and library staff ...
Library Open Access publishing funds
Presentation on scope, successes and challenges facing library Open Access publishing funds delivered at the Canadian Association of Learned Journals meeting at Congress 2014, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, Canada. ...
Open Access funds: getting a bigger bang for our bucks
(Charleston Library Conference 2015, 2015-11)
Many libraries offer open access publishing funds to support authors in paying article processing charges (APC) levied by some OA journals. However, there are few standard practices for managing or assessing these funds. ...