Social innovation made accessible thanks to a new Université Laval-eValorix collaboration
Québec, November 12 2019 – With the recently concluded business partnership with Université Laval, eValorix will make its digital distribution platform accessible to all researchers at the institution. This will make it easier for them to share their social innovations of all kinds with anyone that is interested.
Case studies, guides, tests, training kits, ebooks, databases, applications, videos and other documents covering different areas of university research such as business administration, health, natural sciences, engineering, humanities and social sciences can be consulted through the eValorix platform.
The eValorix platform offers a wide range of innovative products for research teams, teachers, businesses and community organizations from one continent to another. The products are designed to encourage them to adopt the latest recommendations from research from major educational institutions such as Université Laval.
"We are delighted to have Université Laval as one of our Premium Partners. Their enthusiastic support and the many products that the University and its affiliates will be distributing on eValorix.com will continue to enhance the status of our platform as a one-stop shop for social innovations from university research,"said Luc Paquet, President and CEO of Univalor and eValorix.
The Vice-Rector of Research, Creation and Innovation at Université Laval, Eugénie Brouillet, is pleased with this new partnership that will allow a greater number of people access to quality information and to learn about innovative projects. "We encourage all our professors to share their knowledge and the results of their research. These are invaluable for the development of communities and society."
About Université Laval
Driven by a spirit of innovation and the pursuit of excellence, Université Laval is one of Canada's leading research universities, ranking 8th with$356 million in research funding last year. A leader in distance education, it has more than 1,600 professors, nearly 2,200 lecturers and other academic and research staff who share their knowledge with over 43,000 students, 25% of whom are enrolled in graduate studies. The university values diversity and is proud of the members of its community, who come from 120 countries. The oldest francophone university in North America, Université Laval has trained more than 312,000 who each contribute in their own way to the advancement of society. www.ulaval.ca
Created in 2012 in Montreal by Univalor, eValorix promotes and distributes social innovations such as case studies, guides, tests, training kits, eBooks, databases, software/apps, videos and other digital and physical tools created from public research. eValorix has over 30 partners with 2,000 products involving over 1,500 researchers from 29 countries.