Please join us for a panel presentation featuring faculty journal editors from across the discplines. Panelists will discuss the challenges they face, relations with publishers, and the impact of Open Access publishing on scholarly publishing. Faculty and students from courses where students are required to prepare a paper for publication are encouraged to attend. Also, we hope other journal editors on campus will come to join the conversation, which will follow the presentations. Library Mary Cheadle Room, 4pm. Snacks provided.
The Library has added many new titles in solid-state lighting research. Here is a sample.
OLED microdisplays : technology and applications
The University of California Libraries have licensed three highly requested journals from Nature Publishing: Nature Chemistry, Nature Climate Change, and Nature Communications. (Note that off-campus access to these journals is available through the campus
The Ethnic & Gender Studies Library (EGSL) now provides a News & Events page linked from its home page at http://www.library.ucsb.edu/ethnic-gender-studies-library. This news page includes posts about current exhibits and newly acquired books in the six collections, among other items.
Open Access Week is an annual global event, promoting open access as a new norm in research and scholarship. At the Library, the event is an opportunity to raise awareness of trends in scholarly communication and publishing. Please join us.
In response to student concerns about priority access to computers, and to increase security of the campus network, the UCSB Library now requires users in the Davidson and Arts libraries to log on with their university NetID and password. This process, called “authentication,” ensures that public computers are available first for UCSB students, faculty, and staff. Visiting researchers and guests can request a temporary login and password by providing a government-issued photo ID at the Circulation Desk in the Davidson or Arts libraries.
The UCSB Library wishes to recognize Professor Shuji Nakamura for his remarkable research by highlighting select publications that he has co-authored, and are open access in eScholarship, UC's institutional repository.
Library collections aren't possible without the scholarly communication and publishing system. Attend any or all of the Library's Open Access Week programs to learn about trends and challenges in scholarly publishing, which can both enhance and restrict access to scholarship for teaching and research. More information and a complete schedule are available.