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In fall 2018, OCUL’s Scholars Portal service and the University of Toronto Libraries received funding from the CANARIE RDM grant program for the development project “Dataverse for the Canadian Research Community.” The aim of the project, which is also supported by CARL and Portage, is to enhance Dataverse to address the needs of a broad range of researchers in Canada through improved scalability, integration with Canadian cloud storage and authentication providers, and better support for data curation.
 

Scholars Portal’s 2019 Report to the OCUL Directors is now available.

We are excited to announce a new feature linking Scholars Portal’s Journals and Books platforms. Over 17,000 book review articles on the Scholars Portal Journals platform now link directly to the title being reviewed on Scholars Portal Books. 

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) is seeking library or information studies students (MLIS/MI) and recent graduates interested in providing academic reference assistance through our virtual reference service, Ask a Librarian / Clavardez avec nos bibliothécaires.

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Montreal and Toronto, 23 April 2019  BCI and the University of Toronto are proud to announce the signing of an agreement allowing researchers from Quebec universities to deposit the datasets generated by their research to OCUL’s Scholars Portal Dataverse platform.

 

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) intends to host a Toronto edition of the popular Digital Preservation Management Workshop series from November 12-15, 2019 at Ryerson University. We are seeking expressions of interest from OCUL and COPPUL members to ensure we can make the workshop feasible. Please communicate your interest in attending this workshop by Friday, May 17 by filling out this short form.

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