Please join us on 8th December at 3pm on Teams for a panel discussion on Open Access publishing after REF2021. This is a must for anyone contemplating their first steps into academic writing or who wants to make an informed decision about where to place their scholarship. There will be opportunities for discussion and questions after each speaker makes a short presentation.
Salford collegues, PhD students and PhD graduates who would like to attend – please email Caroline Magennis.
Eleanor Careless is Managing Editor at the Open Library of Humanities (OLH) with particular expertise in digital publishing, twentieth-century poetry and feminist print culture. You can find out more about OLH’s OA and submission policies here.
Ros Pyne is Global Director, Research and Open Access at Bloomsbury. She has worked in OA policy and strategy roles since 2013 and has a particular interest in bringing OA to long-form scholarship and to the humanities. Ros sits on the advisory boards for the OAPEN OA Books Toolkit and the Mellon-funded Exploring Open Access Ebook Usage project and was a member of the Universities UK OA Monographs Group; she is co-author of several reports on open access books. To find out more about Bloomsbury’s open access policies and publishing options, please visit our website, and contact the relevant Bloomsbury editor to discuss your project.
Christabel Scaife is a Senior Commissioning Editor at Liverpool University Press, with particular responsibility for publishing monographs and edited collections in Literary Studies and Irish Studies. You can find out more about Liverpool University Press’s OA and submission policies here.
Wendy Taylor is Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of Salford, supporting academic staff and PGRs to publish open access and disseminate their research. Find out more about open access and the support available at Salford here.