Post Tagged with: "CDL"

 
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    Open Source for Open Access: The Editoria Story So Far

    This article is cross-posted from the UC Press Blog. In 2014, UC Press and the California Digital Library were awarded a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to build a digital book production system, which has now become known as Editoria. The vision behind Editoria was to build a digital book production that would help non-profit publishers of all stripes more efficiently manage the production of monographs. Part of the motivation behind the development of Editoria was to help ease the cost burden for publishers wishing to publish open access books. At the time, UC Press had recently launched […]

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    Open Alternatives to Subscription Content

    The University of California Libraries are committed to seamlessly connecting UC faculty, students, and staff with research collections. While established tools such as UC-eLinks for paywalled/subscription literature and Request Interlibrary Loan Service for unsubscribed content have been connecting readers with scholarly content for decades, a range of new tools have emerged in recent years to improve access to and discovery of both subscription and open access (OA) publications. Paywalled content requires subscriber authentication or pay-per-view for unsubscribed content, whereas OA content is freely accessible to all readers. While the majority of scholarly publications are still published behind a paywall, the […]

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  • A scalable solution to a sizable problem: UCP, CDL & Coko’s journey toward Editoria

    Despite the emergence, over the past few decades, of elaborate and powerful new forms of digital communication, the scholarly publishing industry is still struggling to fully realize the benefits of digital workflows. With growing demands for increased speed to publication and cost savings, publishers continue to face challenges imposed by outmoded and unwieldy systems designed for print-centric workflow. No place is this more evident than in the realm of book production. In an effort to address these challenges, University of California Press and California Digital Library have partnered with the Coko Foundation, supported by funding from the Mellon Foundation, to […]

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  • It’s here! CDL launches redesigned eScholarship

    The Publishing group at the California Digital Library is pleased to announce the launch of a major redesign of the eScholarship publishing and repository platform. The new eScholarship site includes: Enhanced campus repository sites Advanced customization tools for journals and publishing units Expanded readership metrics, including Altmetrics for repository content Mobile friendly, interactive, and accessible experience for readers Open source technology solutions

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  • UC Davis and CDL assess APC-funded open access business models

    The Pay It Forward project was conducted during 2015 and the first half of 2016 under the leadership of UC Davis and the California Digital Library. This post by Mathew Willmott and Ivy Anderson, two of the CDL principals on the project, discusses the driving forces behind this effort, the research goals pursued, and the major results produced from the work. Open access to the journal literature is a long-cherished goal of many authors, academic institutions, and other stakeholders in the scholarly communication system; how to reach that goal in an economically sustainable way is a central question that continues to […]

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  • California Digital Library Joins PKP as Major Development Partner

    On February 7, the California Digital Library (CDL) announced that it is joining the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) as a major development partner in open access scholarly publishing. More information is available here and on the CDL’s eScholarship website.

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