The B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association is extremely pleased to announce the official release of our brand new educational resource: Access in the Academy: Bringing ATI and FOI to academic research.
The text is now available for download by donation through our website here. We also have a limited number of print copies still available by request. If you are a faculty member, represent a university library, or any other institution that provides public legal education services and would like a hard copy, please get in touch with Catherine Hart at catherine [at] fipa.bc.ca with the details of your request.
FIPA would like to acknowledge the generous support of the Law Foundation of British Columbia whose Small Projects Grants program made this new resource possible. We would also like to thank Mike Larsen (our lead researcher and author) and our outstanding review team, without whose extremely hard work, Access in the Academy would simply not exist.
With that, it’s our great pleasure to invite you to download the text today and spread the word to your colleagues, students, and instructors. We’d also like to take this opportunity to invite you to make a contribution to FIPA in exchange for the resource. As a small non-profit, it’s the support of our community that makes our public legal education programs possible. There is no minimum contribution–every bit helps.
Thank you very much, and we hope you enjoy Access in the Academy!