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  1. Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management

    Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management

    2024-04-11 21:04:01 | Report | Contributor(s): Sarah Milligan | https://doi.org/10.25547/KXQM-S724

    The Tri-Agency outlines expectations of best practice with regards to data management, and responsibilities of researchers, research communities, research institutions and research funders.

  2. Déclaration de principes des trois organismes sur la gestion des données numériques

    Déclaration de principes des trois organismes sur la gestion des données numériques

    2024-04-11 21:03:40 | Report | Contributor(s): Sarah Milligan | https://doi.org/10.25547/ARYF-H097

    Les trois organismes presentent les attentes de meilleurs pratiques concernant la gestion des données et les responsabilités des chercheurs, communautés de recherche, des institutions de recherche et des bailleurs de fonds de recherche.

  3. Appel de Jussieu pour la Science ouverte et la bibliodiversité

    Appel de Jussieu pour la Science ouverte et la bibliodiversité

    2024-04-11 21:03:20 | Report | Contributor(s): Sarah Milligan | https://doi.org/10.25547/H2W6-SS72

    L’Appel de Jussieu pour la science ouverte et le bibliodiversité a été signé par des douzaines d’institutions recherche, organismes professionnels de l’information scientifique et technique, éditions scientifiques et sociétés savantes

  4. Jussieu Call for Open science and bibliodiversity

    Jussieu Call for Open science and bibliodiversity

    2024-04-11 21:03:02 | Report | Contributor(s): Sarah Milligan | https://doi.org/10.25547/E1DG-T046

    The Jussieu Call for Open Science and bibliodiversity has been signed by dozens of research institutions, societies, associations and journals.

  5. Érudit et PKP appuient l’Appel de Jussieu pour la Science ouverte et la bibliodiversité

    Érudit et PKP appuient l’Appel de Jussieu pour la Science ouverte et la bibliodiversité

    2024-04-11 21:02:47 | Report | Contributor(s): Tanja Niemann, Brian Owen | https://doi.org/10.25547/0F6Z-FA62

    L’équipe de la plateforme Érudit et les membres du Public Knowledge Project veulent signifier, par la présente, leur appui formel et enthousiaste à l’Appel de Jussieu pour la science ouverte et la bibliodiversité. Les deux organismes, qui développent depuis 2017 une infrastructure de recherche...

  6. Érudit and PKP support the Jussieu Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity

    Érudit and PKP support the Jussieu Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity

    2024-04-11 21:02:16 | Report | Contributor(s): Tanja Niemann, Brian Owen | https://doi.org/10.25547/QKG3-AR16

    The Érudit and Public Knowledge Project team members want to affirm their formal and enthusiastic support for the Jussieu Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity. The two organizations, which have been developing open and interoperable research infrastructures for some time, joined together in...

  7. Integrated Digital Scholarship Ecosystem

    Integrated Digital Scholarship Ecosystem

    2024-04-11 21:01:26 | Report | Contributor(s): Lisa Goddard | https://doi.org/10.25547/5CSP-1R52

    In December 2017, Clare Appavoo, Executive Director of the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) agreed to talk with Sarah Milligan about the Integrated Digital Scholarship Ecosystem (IDSE), a project envisioned “as a means to advance integration within the academic library community in...

  8. Partner Response to Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management

    Partner Response to Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management

    2024-04-11 21:00:54 | Report | Contributor(s): Lisa Goddard | https://doi.org/10.25547/H552-1G09

    The Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management was jointly released by Canada’s three major federal funding agencies – the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), and the Canadian Institutes of...

  9. ORCID: Connecter la recherche et les chercheurs et chercheuses

    ORCID: Connecter la recherche et les chercheurs et chercheuses

    2024-04-11 21:01:44 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/6BH2-T556

    ORCID est une organisation à but non lucratif qui fournit un identifiant persistant qui distingue les chercheurs individuels au sein de l’écosystème de recherche mondial. Les chercheurs s’inscrivent pour un identifiant ORCID unique et gratuit sur le site Web ORCID.org, puis ajoutent leurs...

  10. ORCID: Connecting Research and Researchers

    ORCID: Connecting Research and Researchers

    2024-04-11 21:00:13 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/AD7P-YT85

    ORCID is a non-profit organization which provides a persistent identifier that distinguishes individual researchers within the global research ecosystem. Researchers register for a free, unique ORCID identifier through the ORCID.org web site, and then add their professional information;...

  11. CSDH Response to Investing in Canada’s Future: Strengthening the Foundations of Canadian Research

    CSDH Response to Investing in Canada’s Future: Strengthening the Foundations of Canadian Research

    2024-04-11 20:59:55 | Report | Contributor(s): Canadian Society for Digital Humanities / Société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH / SCHN) | https://doi.org/10.25547/WYP9-CM87

    We welcome the opportunity to submit a response to the Investing in Canada’s Future report. We were glad of the government and advisory panel’s outreach in the year leading up to the report, and the opportunities to respond through organizations such as the Federation and Social Sciences and...

  12. Le gouvernement ouvert

    Le gouvernement ouvert

    2024-04-11 20:59:33 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/646V-0474

    Le gouvernement ouvert indique que les citoyens ont accès aux publications, registres et données du gouvernement, afin de permettre au public d’observer les activités du gouvernement et que le gouvernement soit ouvert à l’examen public. Souvent associé à la transparence et à la responsabilité, le...

  13. Open Government

    Open Government

    2024-04-11 20:59:12 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/F659-A163

    Open government indicates that citizens have access to the publications, records and data of the government, in order to enable the public to observe government activity and for the government to be open to public scrutiny. Often associated with transparency and accountability, open government is...

  14. Négociations de l’édition à libre accès en Europe

    Négociations de l’édition à libre accès en Europe

    2024-04-11 20:58:35 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/RRQK-H610

    En Europe, où les négociations d’éditeurs se font souvent au niveau national plutôt qu’institutionnel, les universités font pression pour que les revues savantes deviennent libre accès, en partie grâce au mandat de l’UE de rendre tous les articles scientifiques disponibles gratuitement d’ici 2020.

  15. Open Access Publishing Negotiations in Europe

    Open Access Publishing Negotiations in Europe

    2024-04-11 20:58:15 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/VXRH-0M63

    In Europe, where publisher negotiations are often done at the national rather than the institutional level, universities are pushing for scholarly journals to become open access, in part due to the E.U.’s mandate to make all scientific articles freely available by 2020.

  16. Réponse des partenaires aux négociations sur l’édition en libre accès en Europe

    Réponse des partenaires aux négociations sur l’édition en libre accès en Europe

    2024-04-11 20:57:58 | Report | Contributor(s): Richard Dumont | https://doi.org/10.25547/KC7G-CX35

    Certains pays européens tentent en effet de faire bouger les lignes. Malheureusement, la solution qu’ils préconisent tourne souvent autour des ententes de type OA big deal, publish and read, read and publish, etc. Ces pays visent que la licence nationale inclut une diffusion libre des articles...

  17. Partner Response to Open Access Publishing Negotiations in Europe

    Partner Response to Open Access Publishing Negotiations in Europe

    2024-04-11 20:57:22 | Report | Contributor(s): Richard Dumont | https://doi.org/10.25547/JAE9-TP60

    Some European countries are trying to make progress, but unfortunately, the solution they advocate often revolves around agreements like the big deal, publish and read, read and publish, etc. These countries want the national license to include free circulation of articles published by national...

  18. Comment le budget fédéral de 2018 affecte la recherche au Canada

    Comment le budget fédéral de 2018 affecte la recherche au Canada

    2024-04-11 20:57:07 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/YMCY-DP18

    Le budget fédéral de 2018, publié le 27 février 2018, profitera grandement à la recherche au Canada. Le budget comprend un financement de 925 millions de dollars sur cinq ans accordés aux organismes des trois conseils: Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada (IRSC), Conseil de recherches en...

  19. How the 2018 Federal Budget Impacts Research in Canada

    How the 2018 Federal Budget Impacts Research in Canada

    2024-04-11 20:56:20 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/9W84-JH78

    The 2018 federal budget, released on February 27, 2018, significantly benefits research in Canada. The budget includes $925 million over five years in funding that is committed to the Tri-council agencies: the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering...

  20. Open Annotation Tools

    Open Annotation Tools

    2024-04-11 20:56:00 | Report | Contributor(s): Kimberly Silk | https://doi.org/10.25547/7B77-NN17

    Open annotation is the ability to freely contribute to online, usually web-based, content, such as documents, images and video. Open annotation as a concept has been embraced predominantly by scholars in the Digital Humanities, a group that has a long history of online collaboration.