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Why Open Access with eScholarship?

Good for Authors
Open Access research is read and cited more than access-restricted scholarship, increasing the academic impact of and public engagement with your ideas.
Good for Readers
The University of California’s Open Access policies extend the University’s public mission to share broadly — throughout California, the nation, and the world — the research and knowledge produced at our campuses.

eScholarship Publishing

eScholarship landing page for UCSD

eScholarship Publishing

eScholarship Publishing is an open access publishing platform subsidized by the University of California, managed by the California Digital Library, and offered free of charge to UC-affiliated departments, research units, publishing programs and individual scholars.

We offer publishing and production tools, including a full editorial and peer review system, as well as professional support and consulting services.



eScholarship Repository

eScholarship is the institutional repository for the UC system

eScholarship serves as the institutional repository for the ten University of California campuses and affiliated research centers.

eScholarship Repository content includes postprints (previously published articles), as well as working papers, electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs), student capstone projects, and seminar/conference proceedings.




Scholarly Communication at the UC San Diego Library

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