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Open Access Policy Upload-a-Thon In-Person

Want to make your scholarly publications freely available to the world? All UC employees can exercise the right to share their final accepted articles in an open access repository under the UC Open Access Policies. Two open access policies cover all UCSF personnel: one passed by the faculty Academic Senate in May 2012, and a UC Presidential Policy that covers all other UC employees in October 2015.

The UCSF Library is hosting this "upload-a-thon" session to help authors navigate the policies as well as the upload process through both the UC Publication Management System (Senate Faculty) and eScholarship (all others).

Who: this session is open to all UCSF faculty and staff covered by the policies, as well as delegates using the Publication Management System.

When: October 27, 2016. The policies and how to upload will be covered at two different times. Find out who’s covered by which policy. Attendees are welcome to stay for both presentations.
3:00 pm – Academic Senate Open Access Policy
4:00 pm – UC Presidential Open Access Policy

Where: Mission Bay campus, Rutter Center, Library Computer Classroom, Room 151

What to bring:  The "final author version" of your published article(s) (optional). See here for information on which version of the file to upload. Locate articles in advance and bring them with you on a flash drive, your laptop, or saved in UCSF Box.

Don't have files to bring? No problem; we'll be on hand to go over the details and answer your questions.

For more information:

Read more about the open access policies at http://tiny.ucsf.edu/oapolicy.
Questions about this session or the policies? Email oapolicy@ucsf.edu

Your Upload-a-thon guide: Anneliese Taylor (Library)

Related LibGuide: Open Access Publishing Fund by Anneliese Taylor

Thursday, Oct 27 2016
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
Mission Bay
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Anneliese Taylor

Head of Scholarly Communication