In March 2015, the Tri-Council Agencies of Canada released the “Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications” requiring that grant-funded researchers provide public access to their published papers. Details can be found on the Tri-Agency Open Access page.
The following list provides access to the public repositories of Science Atlantic member institutions, where grant recipients archive final, peer-reviewed, full-text manuscripts in digital format.
Updated March 2015. Please send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acadia University: Acadia University Digital Collections
Cape Breton University: Faculty Academic Publications (FACE)
Dalhousie University: DalSpace
Memorial University (including Grenfell Campus): Memorial University Research Repository
Mount Allison University:
Mount Saint Vincent University: The Mount E-commons
Saint Mary’s University: Saint Mary’s University Institutional Repository
St. Francis Xavier University: Currently assessing possible platforms; Digital Collections
St. Thomas University:
University of New Brunswick: RiverRun (currently offline, to be relaunched)
University of Prince Edward Island: IslandScholar
Information on this page was provided by the archivist or equivalent at each institution, with the assistance of members of the Council of Atlantic University Libraries/Conseil des bibliothèques universitaires de l’Atlantique (CAUL/CBUA).
For an overview of scholarly communication in the Atlantic region, please refer to the Report on Scholarly Communications at CAUL-CBUA Institutions, published Oct. 11, 2013.
For a website that that allows an easy search of copyright and self-archiving policies of all major journal publishers, please visit RoMEO.