The most recent edition of the COPPUL statistics has recently been released, covering the years 2011-2012. The statistics can be found here.
Andrew Waller officially began as Executive Director of COPPUL on October 6, 2014. Andrew has been Licensing and Negotiation Librarian and Open Access Librarian at the University of Calgary since 2008 and served in other roles since 1997. The COPPUL office has moved to the University of Calgary
Thursday September 18 saw 45 representatives from COPPUL libraries, and select invited guests spend a productive day together discussing Indigenous Initiatives in COPPUL Libraries. Our thanks to all presenters, participants, and the volunteers who helped plan this inspiring day of programming.
COPPUL is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Waller as Executive Director, effective 6 October 2014.
COPPUL's response to the Draft Policy Position for the Awards to Scholarly Publications Program (ASPP) from the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (FHSS) is
COPPUL is seeking applications for the position of Executive Director of the consortium. As the principal representative of the organization, the Executive Director works under the direction of the Board to meet the vision and goals of COPPUL, including the development of strategies,
COPPUL was pleased to meet with consortial colleagues from across Canada for a productive meeting of Consortia Canada on Monday June 2. Many of our licenses for electronic resources are coordinated with other groups across the country to achieve maximum discou
COPPUL is pleased to be participating in a meeting in Victoria, BC on May 28, and organized by Library and Archives Canada, to discuss a national strategy for shared print archiving in Canada. COPPUL, LAC, and many other Canadian consortia and libraries working on this issue will convene at this
Hearty congratulations to Libraries and Cultural Resources at the University of Calgary for being recognized by the Students' Union for "dedication to students."
The Archivematica as a Service program moved to implementation at partcipating libraries May 1, 2014. University of Victoria, University of Lethbridge, and Vancouver Island University are now live! Testing and training is underway at remaining sites.