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Communicating your Scholarship in an Open Access World

Related LibGuide: Open Access at UCSC by Martha Stuit

Thursday, October 6, 2016
3:30pm - 5:00pm
McHenry 4286
McHenry Library
Open Access  

Communicating your Scholarship in an Open Access World 

October 6, 2016, 3:30 - 5:00
McHenry Room 4286
A panel discussion featuring Katie Fortney (CDL), Ivy Anderson (CDL), Chris Brenner (UCSC, Environmental Studies), Roberto Manduchi (UCSC, Computer Engineering).

Moderated by Elizabeth Cowell (UCSC University Librarian) and Kerry Scott (UCSC Associate University Librarian, Collections and Services).




The UC Academic Senate Open Access (OA) policy is now in it's third year.  And, with the newly launched Presidential Policy extending open access to lecturers, staff and graduate students, at UCSC, OA is in the spotlight more than ever. If you have explored options for publishing in an OA journal, negotiated with a publisher about rights for reuse of your publications, or just want to know more about what OA means for you, please join us for a lively conversation between and among UC Open Access pioneers and experts.


This panel of UCSC faculty and representatives from the California Digital Library (CDL) will place the conversation about Open Access squarely within the context of the UCSC community. Roberto Manduchi, Computer Engineering, and Chris Benner, Environmental Studies, will each address their experiences with the UC OA policy. Katie Fortney, Copyright Policy & Education Officer, California Digital Library, will address legal concerns you may have as authors - including those related to publisher agreements, and copyright. And, Ivy Anderson, Director, Collection Development and Management Program, California Digital Library, will discuss current research about Open Access policies, including the Mellon supported UC Pay it Forward Project, which tests financial models for Gold Open Access publishing.