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Barcelona Declaration Signing

Érudit reinforces its commitment to the openness and transparency of research information by signing the Barcelona Declaration on Open Research Information. A vast majority of the research information essential for decision making and policy design remains, even today, confined in proprietary and commercial platforms, hindering

ORCID Identifier Enhancement Service

This new service integrates ORCID identifiers to the platform, with the aim of accelerating the adoption of this identifier by the Québec and Canadian research community and of contributing to the strengthening of national efforts toward persistent identifier implementation in research infrastructure systems. The

Join us in celebrating Érudit’s 25th anniversary!

As we prepare to mark this incredible milestone, we would like to know more about how Érudit contributes to your research, studies, teaching, or publishing activities. Érudit would not be what it is today without the collaboration and commitment of a vast network of partners,

Tribute to Estelle Lebel

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Estelle Lebel at the end of December 2022. Associate Professor at Laval University, with a specialization in feminist studies, Estelle Lebel directed the scholarly journal Recherches féministes from 2005 to 2017. To honour

For a more responsible digital world

Since 2018, the city of Nantes and Printemps numérique have begun a collaboration that has grown stronger over the years. During the 2022 edition of MTL connects, a delegation of young students and professionals from Nantes and Quebec were invited to launch their manifesto on

Imagining the Future of the City

The international event MTL Connect, taking place from October 15 to 23, aims to look across the board at the main questions related to digital development, focusing on its economic, social, cultural and environmental impacts in various sectors of activity. For its 4th edition, MTL

Coalition Publica Response to Action Plan for Diamond Open Access

Érudit and the Public Knowledge Project are partners in Coalition Publica, with the objective of contributing to the advancement of digital publishing and the dissemination of research in the humanities and social sciences in Canada. Our two organizations recently presented their support for the Action

Érudit at home : tips for research

The events of the past year have changed the way we live and approach research. Because we understand the complexity of this rapid adaptation, Érudit would like to accompany you in your research efforts, no matter where you are. In this blog post, we share

Érudit at home : share the campaign !

Earlier this fall, Érudit launched its Érudit at home campaign. This campaign, which continues to unfold throughout the fall and winter semesters, aims to support users in their research endeavours, no matter where they are. With education and research increasingly practiced in hybrid mode, we