News: Scholarly communication

The Library’s Scholarly Communications Program leads initiatives to improve the sustainability, accessibility, and reach of scholarship at UC Davis and beyond.
For every book or reading assigned on your course syllabus, the library has another source, which can help explain, interpret, and help you better understand the context of your course. If you are looking for a head start this quarter, meet with a librarian at the Library Research Consult desk. ...
January 9, 2018
ⓐ What: UC Davis Open Monograph Fund Launch Event With: MIT Press, UC Press, and more When: Monday, November 13, 2017, 2:30-4:30 pm, with reception to follow Where: Multipurpose Room at the UC Davis International Center UC Davis is one of 12 charter participants in a  ...
October 31, 2017 • Michael Wolfe
It’s Open Access Week! In the spirit of increasing the accessibility, reusability, and global impact of scholarship here at Davis, here are three things to know about Open Access on campus. 1. Most articles authored at UC can ...
October 26, 2017 • Michael Wolfe
ResearchGate and the titans of scholarly publishing have had a rancorous couple of weeks. Publishers are sending, by their account, millions of copyright “takedown” notices—demands to remove content that online intermediaries are generally obliged to obey. And now Elsevier and the American Chemical Society have ...
October 22, 2017 • Michael Wolfe
UC Davis Library is now offering BrowZine! BrowZine is a web-based journal engagement platform and mobile app that enables you to quickly find, easily follow, and directly access the library’s licensed e-journals on any device. BrowZine visually presents the library’s e-journals in a browsable and readable format ...
October 19, 2017 • Amy Studer