by Elise Proulx Outreach & Marketing Coordinator, Publishing Group The digital scholarly monograph collection formerly known as eScholarship Editions has been renamed “UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2008” (www.escholarship.org/editions). A joint … More…
CDLINFO News: Publishing
by Elise Proulx, Outreach & Marketing Coordinator, Publishing Group Since 2005, the Center for Studies in Higher Education (CSHE), with generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, has been … More…
New Look, Enhanced Services for eScholarship, UC’s open access digital publishing service launches new site October 19
Elise Proulx, Outreach & Marketing Coordinator, eScholarship Publishing Program eScholarship (www.escholarship.org) launched a redesigned website October 19 with a substantial array of digital publishing services for the University of California … More…
a joint effort to respond to substantial and often unmet publishing needs and opportunities within the UC community, the University of California Press and the California Digital Library are pleased to announce University of California Publishing Services (UCPubS).
The California Digital Library (CDL) is pleased to announce the availability of an extensive self-guided tutorial for its eXtensible Text Framework (XTF) application.
CDL’s Director of eScholarship Publishing, Catherine Mitchell, has been re-envisioning scholarly publishing, a topic that’s of broad interest right now.
CDL Collections and eScholarship in partnership with the UC Scholarly Communication Officers (SCOs) are piloting a ground-breaking open access publishing arrangement with Springer on behalf of UC faculty.
It is with delight that I announce the arrival of Elise Proulx, eScholarship’s new Outreach and Marketing Coordinator. Elise comes to us with a remarkable convergence of extremely relevant and promising professional experiences.
The Publishing Group had a very successful trip to the ELPUB2008 conference in Toronto where CDL staff presented a workshop and paper.
The California Digital Library (CDL) is pleased to announce a new release of its search and display technology, the eXtensible Text Framework (XTF) Version 2.1. XTF is an open source, highly flexible software application that supports the search, browse and display of heterogeneous digital content.