Stand’n the Gaff

We are republishing this article as a tribute to Michael Manson who passed away on Friday, August 10th, 2012 This Interview with Michael Manson Was First Published in 2006.

Introduction By Richard Keshen

The strike of 2000 was a turning point in the history of Cape Breton University. Michael Manson, who retired in 2005, led that . . . → Read More: Stand’n the Gaff

AUCC/Access Copyright Model License Agreement — paying for more restraints

by Laura Syms — Mid-April, Access Copyright and the AUCC announced a negotiated model three-year copyright license for both print and digital formats. Universities that sign on will now pay Access Copyright a royalty of $26.00 per fte student annually. This royalty, up from $3.75 per fte in the previous agreement , now includes what . . . → Read More: AUCC/Access Copyright Model License Agreement — paying for more restraints

Save Library & Archives Canada

by Cathy Chisholm — Cape Breton University’s librarians ask you to take a moment to read CAUT Executive Director Jim Turk’s observations regarding government cuts at Library and Archives Canada. Along with the LAC, many other government libraries are either losing staff or shutting down. Affected departments include: Agriculture Canada, Citizenship and Immigration, Industry Canada, . . . → Read More: Save Library & Archives Canada

Joshing About the JOHS

If you do not know what the Joint Occupational Health and Safety committee(JOHS) is I would not be surprised. The JOHS is a joint employee/employer committee mandated by law to be established in work places. In January of 2010 the Cape Breton Faculty Association(CBUFA) pulled its members from this committee. I applaud this action . . . → Read More: Joshing About the JOHS

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