Addressing the Impact of OA to the Submission Experience with ChronosHub

The publishing landscape has experienced tremendous shifts in response to evolving Open Access (OA) agreements and business models over recent years. As OA practices introduce both advantages and disadvantages to scholarly publishing and research output, it is critical to observe and measure it’s impact across all facets of the publishing workflow. In particular, there are many changes introduced to the manuscript submission process, effecting Authors, publishers, funders, technology providers, and other institutions.

These perspectives and insights will be detailed in ChronosHub’s upcoming webinar Article Submission and Open Access: Effects for Publishers, Institutions, and Submission System Providers. Aries is pleased to have been invited to join their panel of speakers for the session, which will be held on Thursday, April 28th at 3pm CEST. Aries’ Director of Client Strategy and Operations, Kate Horgan will share her experiences alongside other guest speakers – Matthew Goddard, Head & E-Resources Librarian, Access and Acquisitions Department of Iowa State University, and Matthew Day, Head of Open Research Policy & Partnerships at Cambridge University Press.

Registration for the session is free – sign up today!