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The Academic Senate has determined that the UC Open Access Policy, adopted July 24, 2013, willl have a phased implementation, with deposit/harvesting support for the following three campuses during the pilot period of AY 2013-14:  UCSF, UCLA and UC Irvine.  The CDL is working closely with these three campuses to establish a manual deposit workflow (due Nov 1, 2013) and a publication harvesting mechanism (due June 2014) for their faculty. The CDL will additionally engage the other seven UC campuses in user testing during this process in order to get systemwide feedback on the tools and services under development.

Automated Harvesting System - UC Campus Implementation Partners

The CDL will regularly engage with partners at each campus to ensure that setup, installation and configuration of the harvesting system meets local users' needs.

  • UC Irvine
    • Mitchell Brown - Scholarly Communications Coordinator / Research Librarian
    • Matt McKinley - Digital Projects Specialist
    • Adrian Petrisor - Director of Information Technology
  • UCLA
    • Sharon Shaefer, Librarian / Usability Assessment Committee Chair
    • Additional consultants (for integration with local campus systems):
      • Meg Buzzi - Project Director (Opus)
      • Ying Ma - Technical Project Manager (Opus)
      • Heather Small - Project Coordinator (Opus)
  • UCSF
    • Anneliese Taylor - Assistant Director, Scholarly Communications & Collections
    • Richard Trott -  Director, Academic Information Systems
    • Additional consultants (for integration with local campus systems):

Automated Harvesting System RFP Evaluation Team members:

  • Adrian Petrisor, Library IT Director, University of California, Irvine,
  • Gary Thompson, Library Computing Resource Manager, University of California, Los Angeles,
  • Anneliese Taylor, Assistant Director, Scholarly Communications & Collections, University of California, San Francisco,

UC Campus Contacts:

Campus library staff are available to answer general questions about the Open Access policy and its implementation.

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