Author: Catherine Mitchell
What do “Pursuing happiness: The architecture of sustainable change” and “The World Distribution of Household Wealth” have in common? They’re both UC faculty-published articles on UC’s flourishing open access platform, eScholarship. eScholarship supports the publication of UC-affiliated conference papers, articles,
By Catherine Mitchell, Director of Publishing As the scholarly publishing landscape heats up with more talk of boycotts and Open Access mandates, research libraries increasingly find themselves at a crossroads between publishers and faculty — and eagerly working to provide
By Catherine Mitchell, Director, Publishing Group The eScholarship team is excited to announce the official launch of our new submission management system. This milestone marks the completion of a two-phased project, begun in 2009, to transition eScholarship (UC’s Open Access
a joint effort to respond to substantial and often unmet publishing needs and opportunities within the UC community, the University of California Press and the California Digital Library are pleased to announce University of California Publishing Services (UCPubS).
It is with delight that I announce the arrival of Elise Proulx, eScholarship's new Outreach and Marketing Coordinator. Elise comes to us with a remarkable convergence of extremely relevant and promising professional experiences.
On Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2008, Matthew Winfield became the Publishing Group's new eScholarship Operations Coordinator.
University of California eScholarship® Repository Exceeds 5 Million Full-Text Downloads; 20,000 Papers
The University of California announced this week that its widely-used eScholarship® Repository has surpassed the 5 million mark for full-text downloads of its open access scholarly content.
University of California is pleased to announce the launch of the beta version of the Mark Twain Project Online, a digital critical edition of the writings of Mark Twain.