Who is this for?
The University of Toronto (U of T) Public Policy Reports Collection is available to anyone who would like to learn about policy-related research reports produced by U of T. This includes U of T stakeholders who have authored policy-related research reports and would like to upload them to the U of T Public Policy Reports Collection.
What do I need before I can begin?
There is no application process to view the U of T Public Policy Reports Collection. However, if you would like to submit a report to the collection, please note that authors and/or co-authors must have been faculty members, fellows, students or staff who were at U of T at the time of publication and have a valid UTORid.
This University of Toronto (U of T) Public Policy Reports Collection is housed on the U of T Libraries TSpace and assembles policy-related research reports produced by U of T units. It is a collection of grey literature which aims to improve discoverability of U of T contributions in a diversity of areas including local, provincial, national, and global public policy matters that are important for the understanding of developing issues. The collection excludes externally commissioned reports and studies published in scholarly journals or books.
Members of the U of T community who have authored or are aware of relevant reports are encouraged to submit them for consideration for inclusion in this collection.
Authors and/or co-authors must have been faculty members, fellows, students or staff who were at U of T at the time of publication.
Please reach out to a contact within the Division of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation (VPRI) if you have questions.
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