Who is responsible for this toolkit?
The Open Access Books Toolkit is a global and multi-stakeholder initiative. The toolkit is hosted by OAPEN. A broad and diverse Editorial Advisory Board is involved in the development and maintenance of the toolkit, including authors, publishers, research support staff, funders and other key stakeholders.
The toolkit was developed in close collaboration with Springer Nature and the University of Glasgow, with support from the universities of Oxford, Glasgow and Utrecht, who hosted a series of workshops during the development stage (see Story of this toolkit).
Editorial Advisory Board
The Editorial Advisory Board provides editorial support, which includes identifying new resources, suggesting changes and maintaining regular update cycles.
Eelco Ferwerda, Director, DOAB Foundation & OAPEN Foundation (Chair)
Tom Mosterd, Community Manager, DOAB Foundation & OAPEN Foundation (Main contact)
Margo Bargheer, Head of Electronic Publishing, Göttingen University Press
Lucy Barnes, Editor and Outreach Coordinator, Open Book Publishers
Jan Bergstra, Guest Researcher, University of Amsterdam
Christina Emery, Open Access Books Marketing Manager, Springer Nature
Kevin Hawkins, Assistant Dean Scholarly Communications & Interim Head, University of North Texas
Hannah Hope, Open Research Coordinator, Wellcome Trust
Andrew Joseph, Digital Publisher, Wits University Press
Dylan Law, Head of Cultural Value and Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, UKRI AHRC
Koen Leurs, Assistant Professor Gender & Postcolonial Studies, Utrecht University
Mithu Lucraft, Marketing Director, Outreach and Open Research, Springer Nature
Valerie McCutcheon, Research Information Manager, Glasgow University
Lucy Montgomery, Associate Professor Internet Studies, Curtin University
Sotiria Psoma, University Lecturer BioScience and Technology, The Open University
Ros Pyne, Director, Open Access Books and Book Policies, Springer Nature
Claire Redhead, Executive Director, OASPA
Jeroen Sondervan, Project Leader Open Access & Open Science Programme, Utrecht University
Graham Stone, Senior Programme Manager Open Access Monographs, Jisc
OAPEN invites stakeholders in scholarly communication to help cover costs for ongoing maintenance and further development of the toolkit. For more information (See Support the toolkit).
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The main contact for the toolkit is Tom Mosterd, Community Manager, DOAB & OAPEN, email@example.com.