This paper describes the history of the University of California eScholarship program, a joint effort of the University of California Libraries in collaboration with the California Digital Library. It discusses the context that gave rise to the creation of the eScholarship Repository, the logistical issues involved in setting up a multi‐campus persistent repository for scholarly output, and future issues to be addressed in developing experimental reconfigurations of the components of scholarly communication in collaboration with communities of scholars.
Hughes, C.A. (2004), "EScholarship at the University of California: a case study in sustainable innovation for open access", New Library World, Vol. 105 No. 3/4, pp. 118-124. https://doi.org/10.1108/03074800410526749Download as .RIS
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