Institutional Repositories

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 admin@scienceatlantic.ca.

Acadia UniversityAcadia University Digital Collections
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Cape Breton University: Faculty Academic Publications (FACE)

Dalhousie UniversityDalSpace

Memorial University (including Grenfell Campus): Memorial University Research Repository

Mount Allison University:

Mount Saint Vincent UniversityThe Mount E-commons

Saint Mary’s UniversitySaint Mary’s University Institutional Repository

St. Francis Xavier University: Currently assessing possible platforms; Digital Collections

St. Thomas University:

University of New BrunswickRiverRun (currently offline, to be relaunched)

University of Prince Edward IslandIslandScholar

 

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).

Additional Resources:

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.