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OA at Mount Allison
Mount Allison Libraries and Archives Digital Repository
CAIRN @ MTA
The MTA Repository is part of the Council of Atlantic University Libraries (CAUL) regional network: CAIRN (CAUL Atlantic Islandora Repository Network).
CAIRN aims to provide a central access point for digital projects, collections, and data held by Atlantic Canada's post secondary institutions. It is building a strong network to support best-practices data stewardship to ensure the continuance of the history, culture, and research performed in this region.
For more information, please contact Dianne Keeping, University Librarian.
Repositories at Canadian Universities
There are a wide range of institutional repositories representing some of the scholarly output of universities and academic institutions around the world.
One way of accessing these resources is to visit the library web pages of these institutions.
The general repository directories and search engines listed on this page also provide access to these repositories.
Canadian Institutional Repositories
"Since 2003, the Canadian Association of Research Libraries [CARL] has been promoting the use of institutional repositories in Canada through the CARL Institutional Repositories Program. Over 80% of CARL members have implemented an IR at their institution. "
Open Access Mandates & Requirements
Provides links to open-access policies at various academic institutions that require the deposit of journal articles and other scholarly publications into institutional repositories.
The Registry of Open Access Repositories Mandatory Archiving Policies (ROARMAP) is a searchable international registry charting the growth of open access mandates adopted by funders, universities and other institutions that require researchers to publish in open-access formats. Allows detailed searches of funders' and institutions' policies and mandates.
To find data repositories and subject-based repositories of open-access academic journals, see OA Collections page.