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University of Toronto Press (UTP) and the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) have partnered on a new initiative to advance the wide dissemination of scholarly monographs in the humanities and social sciences.
The Italian Paleography digital resource provides pedagogical tools for the study of Italian vernacular handwriting from 1100 to 1700 and features 102 digitized manuscripts.
Montreal and Toronto, 23 April 2019 – BCI and the University of Toronto are proud to announce the signing of an agreement allowing researchers from Quebec universities to deposit the datasets generated by their research to OCUL’s Scholars Portal Dataverse
Sandhya Mylabathula, one of the inaugural winners for the Libraries' Exhibit Showcase Award for Concussions: The ‘impact’ of injury, has been featured in the U of T News for her activism and research on concussions with her twin sister. Read the U of T Ne
For University of Toronto affiliated authors looking to publish in an open access journal, the University of Toronto Libraries has negotiated article processing charge (APC) discounts with a number of publishers. These discounts help to support publicatio
On Thursday, February 28, 2019 the University of California (UC) announced that it was not renewing subscriptions with Elsevier, the largest commercial publisher of scholarly journals, after months of contract negotiations that sought to secure “universal
When it comes to supporting research and innovation at the University of Toronto, all roads will soon lead to CRIS, a new gateway to help faculty access the university’s rich array of resources while boosting the potential impact of their discoveries.
University of Toronto economist Michelle Alexopoulos has been awarded a prestigious Bank of Canada Fellowship which grants recipients annual funding of up to $90,000 for a term of up to five years.
In December the University of Toronto was awarded $1.25 million (Canadian dollars) by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the initial phase of a collaboration led by Professor Alex Gillespie and co-principal investigators Professor Suzanne Akbari (Centre
Blackburn took the helm of the libraries in 1954 and was the first to officially hold the title of chief librarian, retiring after 27 years. On Feb. 3, he celebrated another important milestone: his 100thbirthday.
The University of Toronto will establish a Chinese-Canadian archive to collect, preserve and digitize cultural and personal records and stories from the Chinese diaspora in Canada, including oral histories, video and photographs.
The Robarts Digital Studio, on the first floor of Robarts, now has 2 LulzBot TAZ 6 3D printers that you can book to print your 3D masterpieces!
The newly renovated Reflection Room on the 8th floor of Robarts Library is available to all students, staff and faculty for religious, spiritual and secular practices, including prayer, meditation, yoga, and mindfulness.