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We've collected our publications, workshop presentations, slides, videos and more related to our Scholarly Communication Services. We hope you'll find these useful! 

And, if you see a workshop you like and would like us to tailor and present it to your department or class, let us know

 

Articles

Potts, C. (2017, June 5). Accés Obert: Modeling Open Access in Catalonia, Educause Review. Available at https://er.educause.edu/articles/2017/6/acces-obert-modeling-open-access-in-catalonia.

Teplitzky, S., & Phillips, M. (2016). Evaluating the Impact of Open Access at Berkeley: Results from the 2015 Survey of Berkeley Research Impact Initiative (BRII) Funding Recipients, College & Research Libraries, 77(5). Available at http://crl.acrl.org/index.php/crl/article/view/16537.

Teplitzky, S. (2017). Open data, [open] access: linking data sharing and article sharing in the Earth Sciences. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication5(1), eP2150. DOI: http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2150.

 

Blog Posts

Jeff MacKie-Mason (2016, October 23). Supporting OA2020: Changing the journal funding model to pre-payment doesn’t increase publisher market power. MadLibbing [blog]. Available at https://madlibbing.berkeley.edu/supporting-oa2020-changing-the-journal-funding-model-to-pre-payment-doesnt-increase-publisher-market-power/.

Jeff MacKie-Mason (2016, September 25). Authors have the power, let them use it: A rebuttal to Dave Schulenberger. MadLibbing [blog]. Available at https://madlibbing.berkeley.edu/authors-have-the-power-let-them-use-it-rebuttal-to-david-shulenburger/.

Jeff MacKie-Mason (2016, April 23). Economic thoughts about Gold Open Access. MadLibbing [blog]. Available at https://madlibbing.berkeley.edu/economic-thoughts-about-gold-open-access/.

 

Workshops & Presentations

Licensing Your Research Data for Reuse

 

Copyright & Digital Projects

 

Dissertations: Publishing & Copyright Workflow 

 

Increase & Track Your Scholarly Impact

 

Videos

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