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  1. Partenaires de SynergiesSynergies Partners

  2. Acadia University Athabasca University Dalhousie University Memorial University Mount Saint Vincent University St. Francis Xavier University Université du Québec à Montréal Université du Québec en Outaouais Université Laval University of British Columbia University of Guelph University of Saskatchewan University of Victoria University of Winnipeg Windsor University York University Seize université affiliéesSixteen affiliated universities

  3. Guylaine Beaudry (Montréal/Québec) Gérard Boismenu (Montréal/Québec) Lynn Copeland (SFU /West Coast) Rea Devakos (Toronto/Ontario) Michael Eberle-Sinatra (Montréal/Québec) Thomas Hickerson (Calgary/Praries) Joseph Hubert (Montréal/Québec) Greg Kealey (UNB/Atlantic) Ian Lancashire (Toronto/Ontario) Rowland Lorimer (SFU/West Coast) Erik Moore (UNB/Atlantic) Mary Westell (Calgary/Praries) Comité de direction /Steering Committee

  4. Chercheurs Bibliothécaires Éditeurs universitaires Experts en édition numérique Administrateurs Une équipe multisectorielleA multisectorial team • Researchers • Librarians • Academic Publishers • Digital publishing Experts • Administrators

  5. Synergies est une infrastructure innovatrice pour la recherche et la diffusion des publications universitaires. Synergies donne le plus grand accès libre possible aux résultats de la recherche publiés au Canada. Une stratégie pour la diffusion de la recherche en SSHA strategy for the disseminationof SSH research • Synergies is an innovative infrastructure for research and dissemination of scholarly documents. • Synergies brings Canadian research knowledge to the world through open access, whenever possible.

  6. La qualité de la structuration des données et des documents ainsi que les interfaces performantes offriront de multiples possibilités de traitement et encourageront l’interactivité. Une infrastructure de recherchepour les SHSA Research Infrastructure for SSH • The architecutal / structural quality of data and documents and the performing interfaces will offer a versatile research infrastructure and will encourage interactivity.

  7. Synergies donnera accès aux fonds courant et rétrospectif des résultats de la recherche participant ainsi à l’amélioration de la circulation des connaissances en SHS. Diffusion à l’échelle internationaleInternational dissemination • Synergies will give access to past and present SSH research data and output. It will extend the circulation of SSH knowledge.

  8. L’équipe de Synergies prend les décisions et établit les partenariats pour assurer la préservation à long terme des publications numériques en SHS. Préservation à long termeLong-term preservation • By establishing the right partnership and taking the relevant decisions, the Synergies' team will guarantee the long-term preservation of SSH digital publications

  9. Des interfaces de recherche adaptables aux protocoles de recherche donneront accès au fonds en permettant, par exemple, de distinguer sources primaires et sources secondaires d’information. Interfaces performantesHighly-developed Interfaces • Interfaces adaptable to research protocols will offer flexible access to content, for example, by separating primary from secondary sources of information.

  10. Des interfaces textuelles et graphiques présenteront les résultats de recherche par des cartes interactives et des diagrammes de dispersion. Interfaces textuelles et graphiquesText and Graphical Interfaces • Text andgraphical interfaces willoffer fast, "at a glance" visual results, including "topic maps" and "scatter diagrams".

  11. Bibliométrie Étude sur l’édition et la communication scientifique Métadonnées et outil de recherche Analyse textuelle Base de données et interfaces de recherche Plus de 50 chercheurs impliqués pour la réalisation de SynergiesMore than 50 researchers implicatedto build Synergies • Bibliometrics • New Media, Scholarly Communication, and Studies of Publishing • Metadata and Intelligent Search Engines • Textual Analysis • Database and Navigational Research Interface En/In

  12. J. Anthony (Tony) Blair, Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Windsor. Gérard Boismenu, Professor, President of the ConsortiumÉrudit, Départment de science politique, Université de Montréal. Yves Gingras, Member of Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie, co-founder of the Observatory Science and Technology, and Canada Research Chair in History and Sociology of Science, Université du Québec à Montréal. Ian Lancashire, Professor, Department of English, University of Toronto Rowland Lorimer, Professor and Director Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing and Master of Publishing program, Simon Fraser University. David Mitchell, Professor, Editor of Canadian Journal of Communication, University of Calgary Rory McGreal, Associate Vice-President Research, Athabasca University Elaine Toms, Canada Research Chair in Management Informatics, Dalhousie University Greg Kealey, Vice-President Research, University of New Brunswick John Willinsky, Pacific Press Professor of Literacy and Technology, Distinguished University Scholar, Department of Language and Literacy Education, University of British Columbia, Director of Public Knowledge Project, Adjunct Professor, Master of Publishing Program (SFU). Chercheurs principaux / Principal Users

  13. Cynthia Alexander, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Acadia University. Sandra Barr, Professor, Department of geology, Acadia University. Guylaine Beaudry, Executive Director of Érudit, Director of the Digital Publishing Center of Université de Montréal. Andrew Biro, Canada Research Chair in Political Ecology, Department of Political Science, Acadia University. Lori Buchanan, Associate Professor, Department of Psyschology, University of Windsor Alan Burk, Director, Electronic Text Centre, University of New Brunswick Su Cleyle, Libraries and Editor of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (a journal), Memorial University. Margaret Conrad, Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Studies, Department of History, University of New Brunswick. Lynn Copeland, Dean of Library Services, Associate, Master of Publishing Program, Simon Fraser University. Janice Dickin, Professor, Assistant Dean (Research and Extension), University of Calgary. Chercheurs / Researchers

  14. Jules Duchastel, Canada Research Chair on Globalization, Citizenship and Democracy, Université du Québec à Montréal Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Associate Professor, Founding Editor Romanticism on the Net, Département d’études anglaises, Université de Montréal. Gunther Eysenbach MD MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto, Senior Scientist, Toronto General Research Institute. Michael Felczak, Doctoral Student, School Communication, Simon Fraser University. Dominic Forest, Observatoire de Linguistique Sens-Texte (OLST) at Université de Montréal. Vittorio Frigerio, Associate Professor, Department of French, Dalhousie University. David Gants, Canada research Chair in Humanities Computing, Department of English, University of New Brunswick. Saul Greenberg, Professor, Department of Computer Science, GroupLab and Information Resources, University of Calgary. James Hiller, Professor, Department of History, Memorial University. Suzan Ilcan, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Windsor Mark Jordan, Director, Systems Division, Simon Fraser University Library. Jeanette Lynes, Professor, Department of English, Saint Francis Xavier University. Jan Marontate, Canada Research Chair in Technology and Culture, Department of Sociology, Acadia University. Joel Martin, Interactive Information, National Research Council Canada, Institute for Information Technology. Chercheurs / Researchers

  15. John Maxwell, Lecturer, Master of Publishing program and Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing, Simon Fraser University. Sian Meikle, Digital Library and Web Services Group, University of Toronto. Franklin Mendivil, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Acadia University. Gale Moore, Director, Knowledge Media Design Institute, University of Toronto Bradford Nickerson, Professor, Faculty of Computer Science, University of New Brunswick Martin Osborne, Professor, Department of Economics, University of Toronto Brian Owen, Associate Librarian, Associate, Master of Publishing Program, Simon Fraser University. Frits Pannekoek, President, Athabasca University. Michael Robertson, Canada Research Chair in Materials Science, Department of Physics, Acadia University. Geoffrey Rockwell, Director Humanities Computing Centre, Project Leader TAPoR, McMaster University. Ray Siemens, Canada Research Chair in Humanities Computing and Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Victoria. Richard Smith, Associate Professor, School of Communication, Director, Centre for Policy Research on Science and Technology, Simon Fraser University. Greg Sprague, Research Officer, Privacy, Security and Trust, NRC-IIT, Fredericton Holger Teismann, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Acadia University. Ronald Tetreault, Professor, Department of English, Dalhousie University. Chercheurs / Researchers

  16. Accès libre, à l’échelle internationale, à la recherche en SHS, en accord avec les auteurs et les éditeurs ; Facilite les conditions d’exercise de la recherche à tous les niveaux du système d’éducation, tant dans des régions géographiques éloignées que pour les chercheurs non affiliés aux universités ; Démocratisation des connaissances auprès des citoyens. Accès libre et SynergiesOpen Access and Synergies • Offering free, worldwide accessibility to SSH research, in agreement with authors and/or publishers; • Enabling research at all educational levels, in remote geographical locations, and for non-university affiliated researchers; • Democratizing knowledge for a well-informed citizenry.