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The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Task Force on Machine Learning and AI has released its interim report for feedback from the academic community.

The interim report describes use cases for machine learning in university libraries and recommends projects that incorporate machine learning technologies. It also considers key issues such as ethical concerns, technical capacity, available expertise, and infrastructure needs.

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The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) and University of Toronto Libraries, are collaboratively developing a National Institutional Repository Service (‘Scholaris’) to be hosted by Scholars Portal. Starting with an early adopters program of a limited number of institutions, the goal is to build Scholaris into a robust and scalable multi-institutional national repository service – one that is strengthened by a responsive, collaborative community of experts and repository practitioners.

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) is pleased to announce two new Visiting Researchers for 2024.

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2023 OCUL Outstanding Contribution Award.

Two Collaborative Futures project teams are being recognized for their achievements that helped enable the successful implementation of the Omni academic search tool and shared network in partner libraries across Ontario.

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