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Implementation Plan

Following the adoption of the UC Senate Open Access Policy on July 24, 2013, the California Digital Library and its UC campus partners began working to build tools and services to support participation in the Policy, including:

  • A robust publication management system to automate discovery of UC-affiliated publications and simplify deposit and simplify deposit into UC’s eScholarship open access repository;
  • A streamlined workflow for manually depositing articles into eScholarship (for those campuses not yet included in the publication management system); and
  • A tool to support the generation of embargo, waiver, and addendum forms, at the author’s request.

The timeline for this work is summarized below:

November 2013 Manual deposit implemented for UCSF, UCLA, UCI; OSC site released
October 2014 6-month review of OA Policy implementation by UCOLASC (University Committee on Library and Scholarly Communication)
November 2014 Manual deposit implemented for remaining 7 UC campuses, contingent on Senate reviews
Jan – Mar 2015 Publication management system launched for Senate faculty at UCSF, UCLA, UCI
September 2015 Review of publication management system by UCOLASC (University Committee on Library and Scholarly Communication)
Sept – Dec 2015 Publication management system to be implemented for Senate faculty at remaining 7 UC campuses
Spring 2016 Begin work on extending publication management system to include all UC employees covered by the Presidential Open Access Policy

Visit the Open Access Policy Implementation (OAPI) wiki to see a more detailed timeline, learn more about the various components, and view related documents.

Authors at all 10 UC campuses are welcome to deposit articles in eScholarship, UC’s open access repository and publishing platform, at any time.

We currently support a waiver/embargo/addendum request form for all 10 UC campuses.

Learn more about the terms of the UC OA Policies.

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