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Anneliese has over 15 years of experience working with UCSF faculty, staff, and students. She is an expert in scholarly publishing, professional profile systems, and research impact metrics. She focuses in particular on OA publishing and policies, and open science/open research initiatives.
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Advancing the transition to open access
The UCSF Library is committed to working with the UCSF community to advance and support open scholarship. Check out what the university has contributed so far.
The UC Libraries and Faculty Senate offer a toolkit for negotiating open access publishing agreements and provide extensive documentation on UC’s deals with Elsevier and Cambridge University Press.
Resources from the UC Office of Scholarly Communication to support journal editors, publishers and organizations in facilitating a transition to OA.
Theses and dissertations published by UCSF Graduate Division students since 2007 are now freely available on eScholarship, UC’s open publishing platform.
UC Academic Senate faculty devised 18 bold principles to transform scholarly communication into a more open, transparent, and fair system and to give faculty more control over their research outputs.
UCSF signed the Open Access 2020 Expression of Interest, indicating its intention to pursue a transformation of subscription journals to OA.