Category Archives: University of Calgary

Academic Freedom – Civility Codes – Corporatization

CAUT has a review of current issues threatening academic freedom with examples from the universities of Calgary, Brock, Carleton, in the CAUT BULLETIN, Vol 63 | No 1 | January 2016, see .

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Current Happenings in Our Communities

“Profs claim academic freedom compromised at U of Calgary” – Nov. 3, 2015. See more at: “(Ottawa – October 26, 2015) Librarians and archivists with the University of Western Ontario Faculty Association have voted 98 per cent in favour … Continue reading

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Library and Archives Canada (LAC) to withdraw from the Association of Research Libraries (ARL)

With the permission of Thomas Hickerson we are circulating an email he wrote to the CARL-list (August 30) and which has also been circulated on the CAUT Librarians list (August 30): Colleagues, As many of you are aware, Canadian members … Continue reading

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