Librarians are critical to the success of open research practices. They are the earliest and most active advocates for open access publishing and have been instruments of change within scholarly communication.
In recent years when the library’s support team was unable to see the publisher submission process interface, it was challenging to give advice to their authors. Opening up publisher systems to support staff, as well as authors, is an important development.
This webinar will update on the Open Access Workflow Management to ensure that authors are able publish (with us) while complying with their funder’s policy.
This webinar is being organised by the Jisc training team on behalf of Elsevier.
- Michaela Kurschildgen (customer consultant), who will introduce the session
- Roy Fox (senior product manager) with Bharath Aradhyula (business development manager), who will take you through the changes in the workflow management
What the webinar covers
Open access (OA) is an integral part of Elsevier's commitment to a more collaborative, inclusive and transparent world of research where authors, researchers, and academic institutions, can share knowledge and build on each other's work to advance outcomes.
In this session, the fundamentals of the following will be covered:
- Author journey: As part of the author publication journey, we will show you how we identify authors, match the eligible authors to the OA agreements and present the personalised publishing options relevant to the OA agreements
- Institutional journey: As part of the institutional journey, we will present you the industry-leading Elsevier OA Platform (EOAP) and how the librarians validate the eligibility of the author
- Reporting capabilities for institutional partners
- Training materials to support and educate our researchers and institutional librarians
Following the online webinar, you will be able to:
- Educate researchers about the tools and platforms supporting openness
- Help shape the ecosystem that enables open research
- Select and administer the most reliable platforms to share research openly
- Recognise and champion quality in system design and research practices
Who should attend
- Academic librarians
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