The Library’s Scholarly Communications Program leads initiatives to improve the sustainability, accessibility, and reach of scholarship at UC Davis and beyond. We offer consultations, workshops, and support on a variety of common scholarly communications and publishing matters, including those outlined below.

Copyright and Licensing. We provide support for the everyday work community members do as creators, owners, and users of copyrighted works.

Open Access. “Open Access” scholarship is made freely available to readers, often with few or no restrictions on re-use. We help UC Davis authors understand the mechanics of open access publishing and comply with open access policies and mandates.

Visibility and Credit. We advise on making scholarship visible and on the mechanics of credit and evaluation.

Best Practices in Scholarly Publishing. We can provide support with the tradeoffs and pitfalls involved in scholarly publishing.

When: February 22, 2017 Campus Location: Peter J. Shields Library Room: 205 (Library Instruction Room) Cost: Free Contact Email: Event Type: Free Events, Workshops and Training Presented by: Shields…

UC Davis is one of twelve universities initially participating in a joint initiative of the Association of American Universities (AAU), Association of Research Libraries (ARL), and Association of American University Presses…

The University of California Office of Scholarly Communication (OSC) and the University of California Libraries have jointly issued a statement responsive to concerns about the continued availability of government and…

For general inquiries or to schedule a consultation:

For support with UC open access policies:

You can also connect directly with Michael Wolfe, the Scholarly Communications Officer: