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Read our June 2021 "Industry News" Newsletter!

One of our newest initiatives is our monthly "Industry News" newsletter. This newsletter features articles, videos, guides, and other material relevant to our membership and the broader Canadian scholarly publishing community. If you aren't already subscribed to our newsletters, head to our homepage to signup. And if you have something you would like included in our next newsletter, please email it to communications@calj-acrs.ca.

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. 

Achieving a Sustainable Canadian Publishing Model through Library-Publisher Partnership

A recent white paper written on behalf of the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), Canadian Universities and Sustainable Publishing, provides an overview of scholarly communication in Canada from the perspective of research libraries. The Canadian Association of Learned Journals (CALJ), the national organization who represents Canadian journals and their publishers, was sent a copy of this report only after it was finalized.

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