The UT Mississauga Library provides a range of scholarly communications information, consultations, and services for UTM faculty staff and students. These services include:
- Information about open access publishing and data options.
- TSpace consultations and mediated deposit service. TSpace is the University of Toronto’s open access institutional repository.
- Open access journal publishing. Let us help you by hosting your new journal using the Open Journal System.
- Information and support in the use of alternative and impact metrics.
For more information about the UT Mississauga Library’s services and those offered by the University of Toronto Libraries’ Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office, please contact Pam King, Coordinator, Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communications (firstname.lastname@example.org) or your UTM Liaison Librarian.
How to Comply with the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy
The new Tri-Agency Open Access Policy requires grant recipients to ensure that any peer-reviewed journal publications arising from Agency-supported research are freely accessible within 12 months of publication.
This policy applies to all grants awarded by NSERC or SSHRC from May 1, 2015 and onward; by CIHR from January 1, 2008 and onward. Researchers holding previously awarded grants are encouraged to adhere to the requirements of this policy.
Contact us to learn how you can comply by depositing your articles to TSpace.
Consult the University of Toronto Libraries’ About the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy page for more information on compliance, copyright, Open Access publishers discounts, and how the library can help to get you started.