Conferences

UPDATE - Annual CALJ Conference | 2019

Friday, May 31, 2019

BONUS SESSIONS, Friday, May 31, 2019 + June 1 & 2, 2019
University of British Columbia | Vancouver, British Columbia

Annual CALJ Conference
As an update to our prior message announcing that Congress is ready to process your registration for this year’s conference, CALJ is pleased to announce that this year we are offering two free bonus sessions on Friday, May 31, for those of you who register for our regular Saturday and Sunday (June 1 and 2) conference program.  Our program is coming together quite nicely, and as you’ll see in the attached, the organizing committee has done a great job bringing in a variety of industry experts to talk to us about both strategic and practical topics with lots of opportunities for you to ask questions and interact with your colleagues.
Look forward to regular updates on our program in the coming months.
Congress 2019
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Federation

2018 CALJ Annual General Meeting

Thursday, May 24, 2018

2018 CALJ Annual General Meeting
SATURDAY, May 26 – 4 pm
Regina University
First Nations University FN 2002

Nominations will be accepted for the board of directors.

Hope to see you there

Agenda

CALJ Editors Boot Camp 2016

Thursday, November 24, 2016

The CALJ Annual Boot Camp is fast approaching. This year, attendees will hear from expects in social media, strategic planning, metadata, identifiers and more. Don’t miss this great opportunity for professional development and to network with your colleagues.

This year it will be held at the UofT on Nov 24th (evening) and all day Nov 25th.

Programme

Register Now!  Registration Fee $150

Make cheques payable to:

Canadian Association of Learned Journals / Association canadienne des revues savantes

PO Box/RPO 20304 Ottawa, ON  K1N 1A3  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/calj-editors-boot-camp-2016-latelier-intensif-2016-de-lacrs-tickets-28586276322

Supporters:

Canadian Science Publishing / University of Toronto Press-Journals / érudit / Taylor & Francis / University of Toronto Library

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