To support the broadest possible dissemination of published academic research, the UCLA Library actively explores diverse models that improve access, increase impact, and advance knowledge. PeerJ offers an exciting new opportunity to achieve that goal, and the UCLA Library is pleased to make it available to UCLA authors through an institutional membership.
Once a UCLA author’s paper is accepted for publication in PeerJ, the institutional membership covers the cost of a Basic Publication Plan for the individual. This personal membership covers articles the author submits to PeerJ throughout his or her life, even after leaving UCLA.
For more information on PeerJ and other UCLA Library services that support broad access to UCLA scholarship, visit http://www.library.ucla.edu/support/copyright-data-publishing, or contact Alison Scott, Associate University Librarian for Collection Management and Scholarly Communication at email@example.com.
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