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The Library's Scholarly Communication Services supports researchers and scholars at UC San Diego from all backgrounds, disciplines, and at all career stages in matters relating to scholarly communications.
Our services promote greater research and scholarship dissemination, access, and impact.
Learn about support for publishing in traditional and evolving modalities, copyright and author rights, UC Open Access Policies, impact and reputation management, and open access content creation and discovery.
International Open Access Week 2021 UC San Diego Library Virtual Events
[cancelled until further notice] October 27th at 7:00 - 8:00 pm [PST] - HOW TO GET STARTED PUBLISHING AS AN UNDERGRADUATE
What does your future hold? Will you apply to research labs, to graduate school, or are you heading straight into the job market? Build up your resume by taking advantage of open access publishing. Learn about the benefits as an author and from participating on editorial boards.
At this event, hear from students who have published, are editors, as well as tips from faculty authors and journal editors.
November. 3rd at 2:30-3:30 pm [PST] - OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING: Opportunities for UC San Diego Authors
Learn about open access publishing opportunities through the UC’s transformative agreements (open to UC authors) and other avenues open to all authors.
The UC San Diego University Librarian, Erik Mitchell, will give an update on the UC Transformative Agreements and where we are in the process of increasing sustainable journal subscription access and OA publishing discounts or full-coverage for UC authors.
Allegra Swift, UC San Diego Scholarly Communication Librarian, will discuss OA publishing avenues for authors whose publishing venue or format is not covered by the UC agreements.