The University of Waterloo Library is hosting a day of events for International Open Access (OA) Week 2015. This year's theme, Open for Collaboration, focuses on the collaborative possibilities of Open Access.
Topics to be discussed include UWSpace, the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy for Publications, Open Education Resources, transformational research at Waterloo, and Creative Commons.
The Office of Research is pleased to host an information session on the funding programs offered by the Embassy of France in Canada.
Sophie Decamps, Science & Technology Project Officer, Consulate General of France in Toronto, will provide information on funding opportunities available, in particular, the France Canada Research Fund New Scientific Collaboration Support program for the upcoming 2016 competition.
Poor food intake is common in older adults in Canada and can lead to functional problems, poor immunity, reduced healing, and frailty.
Meal quality, mealtime experience, and meal access (M3) all influence food intake which can be supported by older adults, their families, and providers.