The CDL Publishing Group provides open access digital publication services to the University of California academic community, supports widespread distribution of UC research materials, and fosters new models of scholarly publishing through the development and application of advanced technologies. The CDL’s suite of publication services includes a system-wide digital publications platform as well as a growing number of collaborative publishing projects with UC Press. All of these services are a part of UC's broader effort to ensure a sustainable scholarly publishing system in the service of the University’s research and teaching enterprise.
CDL’s Publishing Group supports these innovative projects:
- eScholarship: an open access publishing platform that offers UC departments, centers, and research units direct control over the creation and dissemination of the full range of their scholarship, including working papers, peer-reviewed journals, monographic series, paper/seminar series, postprints, and conference proceedings. These materials are freely available to the public online. Go directly to eScholarship
- University of California Publishing Services (UCPubS): a joint initiative of UC Press and the CDL Publishing Group that enables departments, research centers and publishing programs within UC to extend the capacity and reach of their monographic publishing programs with a suite of digital and print publication, distribution and marketing services.
- UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004: a collection of digital scholarly monographs, comprising nearly 2,000 books originally published by UC Press on a range of topics, including art, science, history, music, religion, and fiction. Access to the electronic books is free for all UC faculty, staff, and students; a subset of the books is also freely available to the general public. Go directly to UC Press E-Books Editions
- Mark Twain Project Online: a digital critical edition of Mark Twain’s works that provides innovative search, display, and citation tools combined with more than 40 years of archival research by Mark Twain Project editors. MTPO offers unfettered, intuitive access to authoritative texts, accurate and exhaustive notes, and the most recently discovered letters and documents. MTPO is available at no charge to institutions or individuals. Go directly to Mark Twain Project Online
|Hastings, Kirk||Senior Developer||||
|Haye, Martin||Senior Developer||||
|Schiff, Lisa||Technical Lead||||
|Gonder, Justin||Operations Coordinator||||