The Winning Move for Open Access

The Winning Move for Open Access

15 Mar 2017, 16:00 - 17:00

The Faculty


This seminar is programmed by the Copyright Clearance Center.

In the dynamic Open Access (OA) publishing environment, nothing stands for long.  The Gold Road model that allows researchers to pay Article Processing Charges (APCs) may have become the preferred route of many funders and institutions, but as OA continues to gather momentum, tracking and reporting compliance have proven challenging.  The push is on not only to reduce costs but also to move toward automation and scalability.  Learn how integrated workflows based on standards and best practices can help to build an open, sustainable infrastructure. Through innovative approaches that create a seamless workflow, publishers, funders and institutions will make a market together.



  • Caroline Burley


    Journals Operations Manager, Publishing Services & Production

    Royal Society for Chemistry

    Caroline Burley is Journals Operations Manager, Publishing Services & Production at the Royal Society of Chemistry, where she has operational...

  • David Prosser


    Executive Director


    In March 2010 David Prosser became the Executive Director of RLUK, the representative body for the UK’s leading research libraries.  Before moving to...

  • Brett Rubinstein


    Head of Business Development and EMA Sales

    IOP Publishing

    Brett Rubinstein is the Head of Business Development and EMEA Sales at IOP Publishing. Since 2012, Brett has helped lead IOP’s efforts in developing...

  • Amanda Ward


    Head of Programme Management

    Springer Nature

    Amanda has worked in the STM publishing industry for over 15 years, from production editor to programme manager her roles have been varied but have...

  • Christopher Kenneally


    Director, Business Development

    Copyright Clearance Center

    At Copyright Clearance Center, Christopher Kenneally works with his Business Development colleagues to help the company attract new customers and...


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