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C4DISC Updates: New CALJ Representative and Release of Antiracism Toolkit [en anglais]

Dawn Roche, Journal of Ocean Technology, is our new CALJ/ACRS representative on the C4DISC Steering Committee. 

C4DISC is a community comprised of consortial groups such as societies and associations whose membership is composed of individuals, companies, or organizations, and whose mission and membership are related to scholarly communications. The Coalition was formed to discuss and address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within our industry.

2021-2022 ACRS Conseil d’administration

Antonia Pop
Vice President, Journals: University of Toronto Press

Présidente élue
Lauren Bosc
Research Coordinator
Centre for Research in Young People's Texts and Cultures & Managing Editor of Jeunesse

Eugenia Zuroski
éditrice de
Eighteenth-Century Fiction

Autres member

Leanne Coughlin
Managing Editor, BC Studies: The British Columbia Quarterly

Dawn Roche
Journal of Ocean Technology

Abrahim H. Khan
Toronto Journal of Theology

Welcome to JMIR Publications! A New CALJ/ACRS Member!

We are thrilled to welcome JMIR Publications to our membership. JMIR Publications is an open access publisher that helps scientists disseminate ideas and research. They "envision a world where people are empowered by health research and technology to make effective, informed decisions, take control of their health and well-being, and live happier and healthier lives." 

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Annonce: le lauréat du Prix d’innovation des Revues 2021

Prix d’innovation des revues de Scholarly & Research Communication (SRC) et de l’Association canadienne des revues savantes (ACRS)

Scholarly & Research Communication (SRC) et l’Association canadienne des revues savantes sont fières d’annoncer le lauréat du Prix d’innovation des Revues 2021

CALJ Welcomes Dr. Jessica DeWitt as Communications and Promotions Coordinator

In February, we welcomed Dr. Jessica DeWitt to the CALJ Team as our new Communication and Promotions Coordinator! Jessica is an environmental historian, editor, and digital communications strategist. Jessica will work with CALJ to effectively communicate and promoted the work of the organization, membership, and broader Canadian scholarly journal community. 

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