The UC Publication Management System: Expanding to Serve All UCLA Authors
Thu 10/27/2022 • 11AM - 12PM PDT
The UC Publication Management System (UCPMS) is a utility that helps UC authors comply with the UC Open Access policies. It locates scholarly articles that seem to be authored by UC affiliates, and then sends them an email alert, asking them to confirm if the articles are indeed authored by them. Once confirmed, if the article fits within the OA policies, the UCPMS also makes it simple for authors to upload the full text of the article to eScholarship, our institutional repository.
Until now, the system has only served UCLA Senate faculty, as well as UCLA librarians. Over the coming months, the UCPMS will begin serving all other UCLA employees that are likely to publish scholarly articles – non-senate faculty (lecturers), post docs, researchers, and more. Come learn how the system works, and will allow you to make all of your publications openly available, regardless of where you publish.