My blog posts
Each year since 2013, Jisc Collections has asked UK institutions to submit data on their article processing charges ( APCs ). Last year, we published... >>
We’re excited to announce a new project, which will test the feasibility of developing an Open Access Dashboard that would visualize data collected... >>
As more researchers adopt gold open access, article processing charges ( APCs ) are becoming an increasingly important part of the cost of research... >>
I work with data in order to improve open access and scholarly communication. I work with stakeholders in the UK and abroad to standardise data and increase transparency.
I gather data from a range of sources, analyse it in a reproducible way, and present the research to inform decisions on open access.
I graduated from Concordia University in Montreal with a degree in English Literature, Creative Writing, and Computer Science, and did a Master's in publishing at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver.
Prior to working at Jisc, I worked in trade publishing.
My interests are in using data to improve the way information is shared and understood.