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Welcome to the OAPI project wiki. In this space, you will be able to peruse implementation planning materials, timelines, and progress updates. The wiki reflects the current status of the project and will continue to be updated as it evolves.

Many options are built into the wiki itself, allowing you to keep up-to-date on the project as a whole, or on specific components where your interests lie.

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Logging in and clicking on Tools > Watch at the top right of a particular page will set you to receive notifications when additional project goals and dates are added to that page.

If you do not have a login, using RSS feeds will allow you to track updates to content within this wiki space. This feature will require an RSS client or RSS-enabled web browser.

The OAPI blog will contain updates on news items related to the project, notable progress on specific project components, and information about additions to the wiki.

Joining the OAPI mailing list will provide you with email alerts about the project and additions to the wiki. We recommend that anyone who is interested in OAPI considers subscribing to this mailing list, since it will provide a convenient, central point of communication about the project.

Finally, we encourage you to bookmark this wiki and continue visiting and sharing with others.

Each OAPI blog post includes a "Comments" section at the bottom of the screen, where you are invited to provide your thoughts on that topic and contribute to the conversation. You will need to log in to use this feature.

For more in-depth conversations, or additional types of feedback, please join our Discussion Forum.

You are always welcome to contact us directly with questions or comments about OAPI.

Information about the Open Access Policies and answers to frequently asked questions can be found through the Office of Scholarly Communication site.

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The Project Overview provides information about OAPI, including its objectives, the timeline for implementation, and our development schematic.

The Community Engagement page lists specific opportunities for UC faculty and other OA project stakeholders to engage directly with the project, as well as a record of past opportunities.

The OAPI project team is based at the California Digital Library (CDL), with collaboration from University of California Development Partners.

For a complete picture of the OAPI project, you will want to view the Project Scope & Timeline, which outlines a detailed development roadmap with specific project goals and due dates. Clicking on any of the project elements will take you to the appropriate project component page, where you can learn more about the features being developed and their current status. The primary OAPI project components are:

 Be sure to check the "Planning Documents" link at the bottom of each project component's page. On these pages, you will be able to download mockups, planning schematics, and other files associated with the project.



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