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The UC Open Access Policies Workshop


Tue, January 9, 2018 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM



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In 2013, the University of California Academic Senate adopted an Open Access Policy to ensure that all research articles published by UC faculty would be accessible to the public at no charge. In 2015, the Presidential Open Access Policy was issued that expanded the rights and responsibilities of the 2013 policy to all non-senate lecturers and academics, researchers, scholars, staff, and graduate students.

This 90-minute workshop will cover the rights and responsibilities described in both Open Access Policies, and will also feature a demonstration of the UC Open Access Publication Management System.

Data Management Plans Workshop


Tue, January 9, 2018 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM



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Preparing a data management plan is not only a requirement for many funding agencies but also encourages successful handling of collected data across a project’s lifecycle and beyond. This 90-minute workshop will cover everything that goes into preparing a well-formed data management plan, and will also include an overview of using the DMPTool, a service provided by the California Digital Library.

Research Data Curation Workshop


Wed, January 10, 2018 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM



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Following best practices for managing your research data can ensure it will be available to other researchers in the long term. Come learn how the Library can help you with research data best practices and metadata creation, data sharing, data archiving, and using the data services provided by the California Digital Library in this 90-minute workshop.

Open Access Publishing/Creative Commons/eScholarship Workshop


Wed, January 10, 2018 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM



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Curious about Open Access Publishing? Wondering what Creative Commons licenses can do for you? Interested in hearing about publishing with eScholarship? What, exactly, is OA2020, and what is it trying to do?

Get answers to these questions and more at this 90-minute workshop!