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Call for Proposals: Concordia University Library’s 18th Annual Research Forum

Submission deadline: Thursday, January 30, 2020, 11 a.m.


News December 16, 2019 

Appel à communications : 18e Forum annuel de recherche de la Bibliothèque de l’Université Concordia

La date limite pour les soumissions est le jeudi 30 janvier 2020, 11h.


News December 16, 2019 

Vivian Stieda Joins COPPUL as Executive Director

As of August 5, 2019, Vivian Stieda will begin work with COPPUL and will formally assume the role of Executive Director on September 6.


News August 4, 2019 

Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Releases 2018–2019 Salary Survey Report

In 2018-2019, Canadian CPI rose 3%, and median salaries in Canadian university libraries increased from $99,912 (Canadian dollars) to $100,699 (Canadian dollars), a rise of 0.8%.


News July 28, 2019 

Summary Report on LAC Forum with University Partners on Disruptive Technologies

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) has released a summary report from the Second LAC Forum with University Partners on Disruptive Technologies in Memory Institutions and Academia, held in March 2019 in Ottawa.


News July 22, 2019 

Invitation to Participate: Negotiation Behaviour of Academic Librarians and Archivists

Did you negotiate your last job offer? Why or why not?


News June 4, 2019 

University of Alberta – Academic Library Residency Program

The University of Alberta Libraries (UAL) invites applications from recent library school graduates interested in pursuing a career in academic libraries.


News April 17, 2019 

Career Spotlight: What I do as a Grants and Awards Librarian

Christine Walde, Grants and Awards Librarian at the University of Victoria Libraries


Blog February 18, 2019 

Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Releases 2017–2018 Salary Survey Report

The 2017–2018 data show that Canadian ARL librarians’ salaries kept pace with inflation, but US ARL librarians’ salaries did not.


News February 12, 2019