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Author: Catherine Mitchell

A Farewell to Sherri Berger

It is our bittersweet task to announce that Sherri Berger, OAC/Calisphere Strategic Initiatives Manager, will be leaving CDL shortly to take a position as the Digital Programs Officer at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.  Sherri has had a

Welcome Monica Westin!

Please welcome Monica Westin, who has just joined the Access & Publishing group as the Outreach and Community Engagement Coordinator for eScholarship! Monica comes to us via the Berkeley Electronic Press (where she was most recently the Marketing Communications &

UC Libraries Digital Collection Project wins 2016 Sautter Award

The UC Libraries Digital Collection (UCLDC) project has won a Larry L. Sautter Golden Award for Innovation in Information Technology. The annual award, which is sponsored by the UC Information Technology Leadership Council, recognizes “collaborative innovations in IT that advance

University of California Press and California Digital Library partner with Collaborative Knowledge Foundation to build open source monograph publishing platform

From the OSC blog post… California Digital Library and University of California Press are excited to announce their partnership with Collaborative Knowledge Foundation to develop Editoria, a new open source, digital-first book production platform. Through the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of California

CDL’s Adrian Turner wins Archival Award of Excellence

CDL is delighted to announce that Adrian Turner has won the prestigious Archival Award of Excellence from the California Historical Records Advisory Board. Adrian received the award in recognition of his exceptional dedication to and leadership in removing barriers to

UC OA Policy webinar: Publication Harvester goes live!

With the University of California Open Access Policy entering its second phase of implementation, faculty at all ten UC campuses will now be required to submit their publications to eScholarship in compliance with the policy. That means we can all

First Open-Access Digital Book from New Series

eScholarship is delighted to announce the California Classical Studies (CCS) monographic series, a Mellon-funded, open access monograph publishing program focused on peer-reviewed, long-form scholarship in the field of Classics.  CCS has just released its first book – The Traffic in

CDL Welcomes Katrina Romanowsky

CDL welcomes Katrina Romanowsky to the CDL as the new eScholarship Community & Outreach Manager for the Access & Publishing team. Katrina’s is a crucial new position for this group, working closely with Justin Gonder to ensure that publishing and

CDL Welcomes Katie Fortney

By Catherine Mitchell, Director, Access & Publishing Please join us in welcoming Katie Fortney to the CDL as our new Copyright Management Officer. Some of you may already know Katie from her previous incarnation as Collection Development Librarian and Scholarly

eScholarship Site Redesigned

Catherine Mitchell, Director, Access & Publishing eScholarship has a new look! Over the past few months, we’ve redesigned the eScholarship homepage and informational pages to enable us to highlight important events within the scholarly communications environment and new services within