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Please specify other discipline(s). N=6
“All faculty, but especially distance education faculty.”
“School of Management/Business.”
“The above reflects plans, not actions as yet taken.”
“University Librarian made presentations to: Faculty Councils, 2006 Congress of the Canadian Federation for
the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2006 Medical Education Conference of the Association of Faculties of
Medicine of Canada (AFMC).”
“We are just getting started and have targeted our Committee on Libraries from the Faculty Council, our
special VISION for a Library in 2020 task force, which is composed of representatives from the campus, and
sent mailings to all faculty.”
“We have a Web site devoted to all of these issues. We hope to address these issues with all faculty, but have
thus far concentrated heavily in the STM communities. Sporadic efforts have been made in areas such as Law,
Social Sciences and the Humanities. The issue of rights retention has had much broader promotion and our
Faculty Senate has endorsed the use of the SPARC/CIC addendum.”
Please describe other topic(s). N=11
“Workshops for Faculty on various issues related to Scholarly Communication Issues related to copyright
Issues related to open access Issues related to changing research environments Promotion of open source
software. Promotion of collaborative (Web 2.0) software. Issues related to author rights Development
of a Web site to unify and disseminate information regarding scholarly communication issues Ongoing
development of digital projects to support scholarly communication Teach and encourage the community
to contribute to the institutional repository Teach and encourage the community to publish their Journals
online via Open Journal Systems Increased support for the dissemination of research by a number of means
including: Development and population of the institutional repository Contributing to Synergies - a
Canadian consortium of University Libraries dedicated to amassing Canadian scholarly content and distributing
it globally via an online portal Support for the development of online, collaborative research communities.”
“Advantages of contribution to library’s IR.”
“Benefits of authorial control in using alternative technologies/venues. Can be a better showplace for
“Benefits of institutional repositories.”
“Copyright and fair use for teaching. Consortial responses to SC.”
“Create Change campaign, Open Access.”
“Demonstration of creating a digital press to advance emerging forms of scholarly publishing in an open
access environment.”
“Fair Use in the classroom.”
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