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COVID-19 PULSE SURVEY DATA AND RESULTS

Survey results for how the pandemic affected scholarly publishers in Canada

From November 2020 to January 2021, CALJ conducted a survey to better understand how the journal community in Canada has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey was shared with members of CALJ, with the journals currently hosted on Érudit, and with the wider Canadian scholarly journal community.

A total of 58 Canadian journals completed the survey. The results and the raw data relating to their responses is found below.

CALJ would like to thank Érudit for their assistance in drafting the survey as well as in distributing the survey.

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. 

2021 SRC/CALJ Journal Innovation Award

We are pleased to announce that the application process for the 2021 SRC/CALJ Journal Innovation Award is now open.

This award recognizes innovation implemented or first measured in 2019 or 2020 by a Canadian scholarly journal and which is focussed on enhancing readership and/or other forms of engagement with journal content.

This is our opportunity to showcase the innovation that’s happening in Canada with our scholarly journals!

CALJ-ACRS Annual Conference is going virtual this year | May 27th & 28th

CALJ-ACRS Annual Conference is going virtual this year.  We will be taking part in the Congress but since we can't meet in person we'll be gathering on-line.
Plan on joining us on May 27th & 28th

2021 Congress is going Virtual!
The 90th Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
Hosted virtually from the University of Alberta
May 27 - June 4, 2021

Evaluation of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s (SSHRC) Aid to Scholarly Journals (ASJ) funding opportunity | Nov 25, 2020 12:30-1:30 ET

An evaluation of the ASJ funding opportunity is currently being conducted as part of SSHRC’s standard evaluation of ongoing programming. Since the previous evaluation of the ASJ in 1985, major changes have taken place both within the program and in scholarly communication more generally. The findings from the evaluation will help to inform decisions regarding the future of the ASJ in this changing environment. Please join us in this webinar to learn more about the progress and preliminary findings from the evaluation.   

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