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  • UC Negotiations with Nature Publishing Group

    Latest news: University of California Update (PDF) on Discussions with Nature Publishing Group, February 13, 2012.

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  • Statement from the University of California and Nature Publishing Group

    Representatives from the University of California and Nature Publishing Group met on August 17, 2010, to discuss the organizations’ current licensing challenges and the larger issues of scholarly communication sustainability. Read the full statement released on August 25 below:

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  • Letter to UC Faculty About Nature Quadrupling Prices

    A June 4, 2010, letter to UC Faculty describes a proposal to quadruple the price of a UC license for Nature and its 67 affiliated journals. The letter, authored by the executive director of California Digital Library (CDL), the chair of University Committee on Library and Scholarly Communication of the Academic Senate and the convener of University Librarians Council, is an informational update about the UC Libraries’ pricing challenges with the Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and the likelihood that the libraries will have to cancel some or all NPG titles in light of the University’s current budget challenges. The letter […]

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As a leader in the global movement toward open access to publicly funded research, the University of California is taking a firm stand by deciding not to renew its subscriptions with Elsevier.
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