University of California / Elsevier Negotiations: Announcements and Coverage
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February 1, 2019
University of California and Elsevier Continue Contract Negotiations as One-Month Extension Ends; Access to Elsevier Journals Will Continue (via UC Davis)
January 23, 2019
UC Engaged In Necessary Fight For Open Access To Research-Based Knowledge (via The Daily Bruin/UCLA)
January 16, 2019
** UPDATE (December 21): Deadline Extension **
University of California/Elsevier Negotiations Continue; Full Access to Articles During January (via University of California Office of Scholarly Communication)
Media: Heavyweight Showdown Over Research Access (via Inside Higher Education)
Media: University of California and Elsevier Locked in Negotiations (via The Scientist)
Media: In Talks With Elsevier, UCLA Reaches for a Novel Bargaining Chip: Its Faculty (via Chronicle of Higher Education)
Media: In University of California Battle With the World’s Largest Scientific Publisher, the Future Of Information is at Stake (via LA Times)
Potential Changes to University of California’s Relationship with Elsevier in January 2019 (UC Davis)
Elsevier Journal Negotiations (UCLA)
Conference Presentation: “Negotiating Based On Principles: The University of California Approach”
Presentation by Ivy Anderson and Rick Schneider at 14th Berlin Open Access Conference.
University of California Office of Scholarly Communication Elsevier Negotiation Info Page
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