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Scholarly Activity: Introduction

A guide to assist SAIT Faculty with the dissemination of scholarly activity.

About Scholarly Activity

Reg Erhardt Library outcomes for scholarly activity support:

  • Promote a better understanding of scholarly activity for faculty across campus
  • Educate faculty on the research process
  • Provide support for conducting literature reviews
  • Ensure faculty have an understanding of author rights and copyright issues with regards to publishing research

Scholarly Activity at SAIT

What does Scholarly Activity look like at SAIT?

In offering its bachelor degrees, SAIT adheres to the standards set by the Campus Alberta Quality Council (CAQC). The council is an arms-length, quality-assurance agency that regulates the degree programs offered by Alberta's post-secondary institutions.

The CAQC requires faculty teaching in degree programs to engage in scholarly output in order to enhance and maintain their knowledge base to support instruction. To reflect SAIT's commitment to these activities, and to help guide SAIT researchers in their scholarly pursuits, SAIT has developed a Scholarly Activity Policy and Procedure documents:

For more information on what constitutes Scholarly Activity at SAIT, please visit the Scholarly Activity page on sait.ca

How does the Library support Scholarly Activity?

Librarians are information experts and can help you scope your research question, locate sources for your literature review, and navigate the publishing process. Visit the Support for Faculty tab to learn more.

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Reg Erhardt Library,
Stan Grad Centre, MC 129
403-284-8476
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