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The role of the institution in scholarly publishing

Slowe, Sarah (2018) The role of the institution in scholarly publishing. Emerging Topics in Life Sciences, 2 (6). pp. 751-754. ISSN 2397-8554. (doi:10.1042/etls20180141) (KAR id:71484)

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In providing a supportive and sustainable research environment, the institution has a key role to play in scholarly publishing. Whether that be as a guide, assisting researchers through the maze of publishing options and access to specialist audiences, or as an auditor for funders, or as a financer, agreeing article processing charges and subsidising website maintenance. Equally, the institution is the specialist systems developer and protector of the ‘unpublished’ research. This ensures repositories meet the needs of their researchers. In a wider context, the institution is the rewarder of scholarly publishing though promotions and the horizon scanner, preparing researchers for what is coming next. This piece looks at how the multiple roles of the institution in scholarly publishing impact researchers.

Item Type: Article
DOI/Identification number: 10.1042/etls20180141
Uncontrolled keywords: open access, scholarly publishing, research environment, article processing charges
Divisions: Central Services > Information Services
Central Services > Research and Innovation Services
Depositing User: Sarah Slowe
Date Deposited: 02 Jan 2019 11:29 UTC
Last Modified: 10 Dec 2022 04:53 UTC
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