Tagged: Scholarly communication

Glossa Psycholinguistics, a new open access journal, has been launched on the University of California’s platform eScholarship. The journal will specialize in publishing research at the intersection of theoretical linguistics and experimental methodologies. “The field of psycholinguistics has long recognized the need
April 28, 2021 • Michael Ladisch
UC’s transformative open access agreement with Elsevier is now active! Articles by UC corresponding authors that are accepted for publication in an Elsevier journal will receive a 15% discount and a $1,000 subvention by UC libraries on the Article Publishing Charge (APC) for open access publishing. Authors will be asked
April 1, 2021 • Michael Ladisch
We’re delighted to announce that as of March 9, UC authors will be able to begin making research they publish in The Royal Society, The Company of Biologists, or Canadian Science Publishing journals freely available for anyone to read by taking advantage of the university’s new transformative open access agreements.
March 10, 2021 • Michael Ladisch
Advancing the Impact of UC Davis Research UC Davis Library promotes broad public access to the scholarly work of the Davis campus community, and encourages Davis authors to participate in the wider
January 18, 2019 • Michael Ladisch