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York Digital Journals Logo York Digital JournalsYork University Libraries are working with Open Journal Systems (OJS) software to help York University journal creators publish their journals online.

YorkSpace Logo YorkSpaceYorkSpace is York University’s institutional repository of research. It enables the York University community to capture, preserve, and distribute its scholarly output in electronic form.

Scholarly Communications Initiative The Scholarly Communications InitiativeThe Scholarly Communications Initiative organizes a speaker series that invites distinguished guests to discuss topics in scholarly publishing such as open access and copyright for authors. Visit the website to read about protecting your copyright as a scholar, and disseminating your work as widely as possible. The website also provides links to helpful resources and informative events on campus.
ycs York Conference ServerYork Conference Server is a hosted instance of Open Conference Systems (OCS) for the York University community. OCS is an open source software platform designed to facilitate the conference planning process and the dissemination of conference papers.
mariposa Clara Thomas Archives and Special CollectionsView selected print digital holdings from the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections. Browse over 1200 photographs selected from fonds including the Toronto Telegram, Murray Ross, Excalibur Publications Inc., Clara Thomas and York University Library.
York Campus Map York University 50th Anniversary Photograph CollectionInnovation is a hallmark of York, and this tradition is continued in the use of YorkSpace, a collection management software for digital content, to share more than 300 images of the university’s development over more than four decades. This collection of photographs captures the growth of the university from a desk in a farmer’s field, to a network of campuses throughout the city.
Yorkville Av. Street Sign I Heard a Story About YorkvilleA virtual exhibit that takes a look at Yorkville at a time when it was the embodiment of youth, student militancy and rock and roll. The spirit of Yorkville is captured in select photographs from the Toronto Telegram fonds and through stories shared by Nicholas Jennings, author of Before the Gold Rush: Flashbacks to the Dawn of Canadian Sound.
Portrait of H.S. Harris Manuscripts of H.S. HarrisHenry Silton Harris, author and educator, will be remembered as a prolific author and an acknowledged authority on the philosophy of Giovanni Gentile and G.W.F. Hegel. This is a collection of his works, many of which are rare or otherwise unavailable.