CALJ and the Journal Community

2014 CALJ Boot Camp

The Second Annual Boot Camp of the Canadian Association of Learned Journal is fast approaching. This year it will be held at the U of T on Nov 13th (evening) and all day Nov 14th.

Boot camp programme

Registration Fees:
Early Bird (by Oct 31th) - $125
After October 31st - $150

Make cheques payable to:
Canadian Association of Learned Journals
PO Box/RPO 20304
Rideau East/Est Ottawa, ON  K1N 1A3
info@calj-acrs.ca

You can also register online at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-acrscalj-boot-camp-tickets-13354839685


The web site is now open and ready for you to renew for the 2014-15 year [http://www.calj-acrs.ca/application/application.php]. You will find that we have simplified the on-line process in an attempt to make it less time consuming.


De l'importance des revues de recherche nationales. / The important of scholarly journals in Canada.

 

2014 CALJ Conference Presentations

We are pleased to offer you the presentations of the speakers and panel members at the 2014 Annual Conference in St Catharines.  You will find them listed at the “Members” section of the CALJ web site.


CALJ Objects to Library Cuts

CALJ has objected to funding cuts by the federal government to Library and Archive Canada, and to the closure of departmental libraries holding unique collection important to the country.

The CALJ letter to the Prime Minister with our objections and the responses from the Government:

  1. CALJ/ACRS letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper about the closures of Federal Government of Canada libraries [PDF English] [PDF François]
  2. PMO's acknowledgement of correspondence receipt [PDF]
  3. Response of Hon. Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Langiages [PDF]

Copyright and the Modern Academic: Congress 2014 Debate Series
May 25-29, Brock University
St. Catharines, ON

Copyright law is an increasingly contentious issue for Canadian academics in their roles as teachers, researchers, and creators. In a series of three debates, Canada’s leading copyright experts and practitioners tackle these issues. This debate focuses on the effects of recent court cases on academics’ ability to access and copy works, and considers the future direction of copyright reform. Panelists include Samuel Trosow (Western University) and Blayne Haggart (Brock University).
Co-sponsored by Brock University Council for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS) and the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE).

Michael Geist, University of Ottawa
Roanie Levy, Access Copyright
Samuel Trosow, University of Western Ontario
Howard Knopf, Macera & Jarzyna LLP
Glenn Rollans, Partner, Brush Education Inc.
Blayne Haggart, Brock University

The debates are open to all Congress attendees and the general public. If you’re not at Congress, or can’t make the debates, we have you covered. Two of the debates will be livestreamed at http://www.calj-acrs.ca/home.php, and recordings of all three will be available, also at http://www.calj-acrs.ca/home.php.


1. Fair dealing and Canadian academics: The “Copyright Pentalogy” and beyond (Livestreamed)
Sunday, May 25, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EDT / Le dimanche 25 mai 2014, 13h00 - 14h30 EDT

Permalink: http://brockvideocenter.brocku.ca/videos/reserveurl/c565676b-e13f-11e3-959a-00000000c128

 

2. Debating Open Access and the future of academic publishing (Livestreamed)
Wednesday, May 28, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. EDT / Le mercredi 28 mai 2014, 16h30 - 18h30 EDT

Permalink: http://brockvideocenter.brocku.ca/videos/reserveurl/a1505561-e13f-11e3-bea5-000000016954

 

3. Debating Access Copyright: Friend or foe? (Recorded)
Wednesday, May 28, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. EDT / Le mercredi 28 mai 2014, 16h30 - 18h30 EDT

Permalink: https://brockvideocenter.brocku.ca/videos/video/58/?access_token=shr00000000584308036719177848776236172868389


Since 1990 the Canadian Association of Learned Journals (CALJ) has represented the interests of an increasing number of journals from across the scholarly disciplines. The three key functions of CALJ are:

  1. to provide services to CALJ member journals;
  2. to develop industry initiatives for CALJ member journals; and
  3. to enhance the collective strengths of the CALJ journal community.

To find out the benefits of membership, visit our benefits page, here.

To find out how to become a CALJ member, click here.

"CALJ-ACRS: Who we are and what we do" [PDF]


Archives

CALJ/ACRS EXPRESS Vol 3 No.2
HAPPENINGS IN THE WORLD OF CANADIAN SCHOLARLY JOURNAL PUBLISHING

Congress 2013 Presentations (courtesy of our presenters):

CALJ-ACRS president announces newly elected board of directors for 2013-2014 [PDF]

The First Annual CALJ-ACRS Editors' Boot Camp (November 14-15, 2013) [PDF]