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Scholarly Publishing

UTL and its librarians have been active as publishers, editors and authors since the emergence of scholarly publishing at the University.

The University of Toronto Press was partially located in the library from 1910-1920 and the University Librarian has been actively involved with the Press since Hugh Hornby Langton served as the first general editor of the publishing program. Today, the Chief Librarian serves as a Board Member.

Over the years, the Libraries have also supported faculty and student scholarship through grants, editorships, the provision of copyright advice and, with the emergence of new technologies, a library-hosted online journal publication platform, an open access research repository, research data management, data visualization and other innovative services to meet emerging needs.

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