There are a variety of ways in which authors can make their research available open access. As authors you are not simply restricted to trying to use a small set of journals that may not suit your research. This video discusses the variety of options for making research available OA. More more detail information please visit leddy.uwindsor.ca/open-access
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On March 28th the University of Windsor hosted the Essays of Significance and Critical Reflections graduate and undergraduate philosophy conferences. Thanks to the excellent work of organizers Katherine Sulatycki and Erin Plumb who made this possible. Participants for both the undergrad and graduate conference came from Canada, the United States and even several participants from overseas.
Alternative metrics and article level metrics allow you to get a clearer sense of the impact of your research on the web in the social media spehere. Scholarship at UWindsor is connected to the Altmetrics (the company) to easily connect researchers to a snapshot of the social influence of their work. Check out the first Scholarship at UWindsor in a minute video below to find out more. For more about using Scholarship at UWindsor check out:
Even though the first annual UWill Discover Undergraduate Research Conference has come and gone you can still check out videos and text of all the great presentations, posters, and performances at http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/uwilldiscover/2015/. Check out the great work your colleagues are doing. Scholarship at UWindsor by is the platform that showcases and preserves Windsor research and creative activity.
UWill Discover - the first annual University of Windsor Undergraduate Research Conference – is a one-day event in which undergraduate students at the University of Windsor can present their research and creative work to their fellow students, their friends and family, and the world! Be sure to check out all the videos, posters and abstracts from our presenters.
Windsor Yearbook of Access (WYAJ) to Justice Vol. 31 no. 1 is the first issue that is fully available online open access. This will allow WYAJ and its authors to engage with the widest possible audience. You can visit the journal here: http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ
The Tri-Council open access mandate has been released meaning that Canadians and people around the world will have free online access to research funded by NSERC, SSHRC and CIHR. More details below:
The University of Windsor’s Leddy Library invites applications for an Information Services Tenure-Track Librarian position commencing as early as May 1, 2015. Intended to be filled at the Librarian I or Librarian II level, final rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and subject to final budgetary approval.
The position description is available on the University of Windsor's Faculty Recruitment website.
Congratulations to our own Lucy Formicuccia, administrative assistant to the dean of the library, for winning the Excellence in Health and Safety Award! Everyone at Leddy is lucky to have you here.