eScholarship Lunchtime Talk, Nov. 4
The California Digital Library recently launched a revamped eScholarship website. You can learn more about the site—and how you can get started publishing on eScholarship—at a lunchtime talk on Nov. 4.
Catherine Mitchell, Director, California Digital Library (CDL) Publishing Group for UC will discuss CDL’s newly redesigned eScholarship (www.escholarship.org) website.
The website has a substantial array of digital publishing services for the University of California scholarly community and a dynamic research platform for scholars worldwide.
Previously known as UC’s eScholarship Repository, the new eScholarship offers a robust scholarly publishing platform that enables departments, research units, publishing programs, and individual scholars associated with the University of California to have direct control over the creation and dissemination of the full range of their scholarship.
eScholarship’s relaunch of their website on October 19 coincided with the first international Open Access Week (Oct. 19-23), an event that marks the growing trend toward providing unfettered access to academic research and publications throughout the world.
View the eScholarship press release at http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/article/22047.
This event is brought to you by UCOP’s Strategic Resource Coordination Team (SRCT). For more information on the event visit the UCOP Event Calendar.
eScholarship By The Numbers
7 years eScholarship has been publishing.
250 research units and publishing programs eScholarship provides access to.
30,000 publications housed in eScholarship.
9 million downloads from the site since the 2002 launch.
170,000 full-text downloads per month.