Category: Publications

  1. NTRO Go Live – Automation of non-traditional research outputs is now available

    The University of Melbourne is committed to valuing the breadth of research endeavor across the institution, in its various expressions. Scholarly works take many forms, and yet, traditionally our systems and processes were optimised to support journals, books, and conference proceedings at scale (where we have significant advantages with respect to the availability of third-party […]

  2. 2024 Open Access Publishing Agreements

    2024 Open Access Publishing Agreements The University’s open access publishing agreements can allow University of Melbourne corresponding authors to publish journal articles open access without facing Article Processing Charges (APCs). In 2024 there are new agreements with ACM, APA, ASME, and John Benjamins. All 2023 agreements continue, including agreements with Elsevier, Wiley, Springer Nature, Taylor […]

  3. Book launch: “Temporality, Space and Place in Education and Youth Research” (2 Nov, 12.30pm)

    You are warmly invited to celebrate the launch of a new edited book that grew out of the work of STE researchers and graduate students. Temporality, Space and Place in Education and Youth ResearchEds. Julie McLeod, Kate O’Connor, Nicole Davis, and Amy McKernan The idea for the edited volume developed out of a reading group STE held […]

  4. Update on Capped 2023 Open Access Publishing Agreements

    Two of the University’s major open access publishing agreements will reach their annual article coverage caps in coming months. Projections currently indicate that the Springer Nature cap will be reached on or around 31 October, and the Wiley cap will be reached on or around 14 November. Other capped agreements are not projected to reach […]

  5. What Melbourne’s Principles for Open Access Mean for You – Open Access Update for Academics, Supervisors & GRs

    Following a period of consultation across the Academy, the Principles for Open Access to Research Outputs at Melbourne have been revised in light of recent developments both nationally and internationally. The revised Principles for Open Access are now live on the Open Scholarship website, along with a new Repository Open Access page, which links to advice […]

  6. Laura Bassi Scholarship Now Open

    The Laura Bassi Scholarship was established by Editing Press in 2018 with the aim of providing editorial assistance to postgraduates and junior academics whose research focuses on neglected topics of study, broadly construed. The scholarships are open to every discipline and the next round of funding will be awarded in Summer 2023: Summer 2023Application deadline: […]

  7. 2023 Open Access Publishing Agreements

    Register now for an upcoming Researcher@Library webinar exploring the 2023 open access publishing agreements. Wednesday 15 February 2023, 12:00pm. A 30-minute presentation will be followed by 30 minutes of question time. The session is open to all University of Melbourne academic staff, graduate researchers, and professional staff. With the adoption of six new Read and Publish (R&P) agreements […]

  8. Feedback Requested for the Updated Authorship Policy

    The University is proposing significant changes to the Authorship Policy (MPF1181) and invites review and feedback from the University community. This review seeks to better align the Authorship Policy with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research(2018), accompanying Authorship Guide, and the University of Melbourne Policy Framework (MPF1308). The draft Authorship Policy is accompanied by an Information Sheet providing more detail about the […]

  9. Book Launch ‘Feminist Speculations and the Practice of Research-Creation’

    Please join us at Sarah Truman’s book launch for the ‘Feminist Speculations and the Practice of Research-Creation’. When: Tuesday 8 November, 2022 Where: Studio 5 KLD Time: 5pm Please register for this event at:

  10. Are you a journal editor? 

    We are compiling information on which journals have MGSE-affiliated editorship, to help guide opportunities for building OA partnerships and strategies where possible. If you are a regular editor  and your journal is not listed below, could you please advise Alex Burns by Friday 9 September. This includes deputy, associate, and assistant editors, or reviews/book editors — but not editorial board membership, […]

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