Tri-Campus Teamwork: Open Access at the University of Toronto Libraries

Hannaford, Julie
June 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p94
The article presents the author's insights on the teamwork among the three campuses of the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) including downtown Toronto, Mississauga, and Scarborough in Ontario to work on issues related to scholarly communication and Open Access. It states that the tri-campus collaboration focuses on organizing a scholarly communication workshop and program development in support of Open Access Week. Moreover, UTL's progress and challenges are also discussed.


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