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|Title: ||Tri-Campus Teamwork: Open Access at the University of Toronto Libraries|
|Authors: ||Hannaford, Julie|
|Keywords: ||open access|
tri-campus scholarly communication group
journal production service
open journal system
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2011|
|Abstract: ||At the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL), there has been a concerted effort to move forward in the area of scholarly communication. As academic librarians know, working with faculty and students on these issues is challenging. At the University of Toronto this is especially true, as the University cover three geographically distinct campuses (downtown Toronto, Mississauga and Scarborough).
The University of Toronto Libraries have a foundational infrastructure of tools: T-Space, our research repository; the Open Journal System which supports a range of journals, and the Open Conference System. In addition, UTL's work with the Synergies project is building infrastructure for Canadian scholarly communication. Most recently, working together as a tri-campus team, the UT libraries have focused energy on outreach and awareness strategies. Key highlights of the tri-campus work include organizing a scholarly communication workshop, which engaged 17 Southern Ontario libraries and developing talks and events in support of Open Access week and beyond.|
|Appears in Collections:||Education Commons|
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