Saying that “a failure to respond [to scholarly communication issues] will jeopardize UC’s pre-eminence, its contributions to scholarly inquiry and the progress of knowledge, its effectiveness in teaching and learning, and its service to the citizens of California,” UC’s Systemwide Library and Scholarly Information Advisory Committee (SLASIAC) writes and endorses Resolution I: The University’s Role in Fostering Positive Change in Scholarly Communication. The resolution calls upon the university and its faculty to take a number of certain steps to “regain control of and strengthen scholarly communication processes.”