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The Institution as a Publisher 22 October 2015, Bangor University Scholarly publishing in the library Graham Stone Information Resources Manager http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/25755/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License University of Huddersfield Press Re-Launched 2010 Re-launched as an

open access press* Scholarly monographs Peer reviewed journals Sound Recordings *We are still working on the OA bit! University of Huddersfield Press Aims and objectives To encourage new and aspiring authors to publish in their areas of subject expertise Scholarly monographs related to specific areas of research in the University, one off conference proceedings and titles of local, regional or national interest

Journals and other specialist series such as annual conference proceedings Sound recordings (via Huddersfield Contemporary Records) University of Huddersfield Press Aims and objectives The principles governing the Press going forward are that: All material published should be of high quality and peer reviewed As a general rule, material should be published on Open Access via the University Repository, in order to maximise the potential for dissemination to as wide an audience as possible. Publications may also be made available by printon-demand. The Press will operate on a cost recovery profit sharing model, with any surplus being reinvested into the Press

The vision of the Press is to produce a robust scholarly ecosystem University of Huddersfield Press Governance

Prof Tim Thornton Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Chair) Sue White Director of Computing and Library Services Prof Chris Cowton Dean of the Business School Prof Janet Hargreaves Associate Dean, School of Human and Health Studies Dr Martyn Walker Head of Dept, Post-Compulsory Education and Training Prof Monty Adkins Professor of Experimental Electronic Music Dr Tracy Turner Deputy Director of Research and Enterprise Graham Stone University Press Manager Rebecca McCall University Solicitor

Megan Beech Marketing Officer - Research and Enterprise Lisa Ward Head of Teaching and Learning Institute University of Huddersfield Press Proposals Proposal forms submitted to the Press Board for journals and books Usually after initial meeting Sample chapters for monographs sent for peer review

Journal Ed. boards scrutinised Marketing proposal requested University of Huddersfield Press Author attitudes Journals Open access seems to be the accepted norm for journals it has never come up for discussion! Policy not to charge APCs is attractive Monographs

Initial publications were not OA as agreements pre-dated the re-launch One retrospective conversion to OA has now happened An embargoed OA monograph is about to go live New authors are all keen to go OA plus PoD copies So far, no issues with CC BY University of Huddersfield Press Open Access Monographs 12 monographs published since 2011 6 OA monographs

PDF on OA Print on sale via the University online store, Amazon, Waterstones etc. University of Huddersfield Press Monograph costs

4,000 for up to 100,000 words Costs to be paid by funder, Research Centre, QR money, Computing and Library Services Admin/staffing costs met by CLS UCL have similar charges, however, all charges are waved for UCL authors OA with PoD restricted to around 25 per copy 70 sales would give a surplus of 1,750 This surplus would then be used for

marketing and recurrent expenditure for the Press University of Huddersfield Press Noise in and as music Published Oct 2013 83 copies sold 1,867 copies downloaded University of Huddersfield Press Shibusa: extracting beauty Published Mar 2012

76 copies sold OA from April 2014 584 copies downloaded University of Huddersfield Press Discoverability Google Via OAI-PMH compliance in the Repository Library web scale discovery

DOAB membership Jisc/OAPEN Open Access Monograph Service JISC Digital infrastructure: campus-based publications May - Oct 2011 Huddersfield Open Access Publishing Proposal The HOAP project attempts to bring together the two systems of delivering OA research articles

OA repositories OA journals The project has developed a low cost, sustainable OA journal publishing platform using EPrints Institutional Repository software University of Huddersfield Press OA journals Based on the Jisc HOAP project (2011) 7 current Journals +1 archived title

Hosted via the University Repository Preserved in Portico University of Huddersfield Press Teaching in Lifelong Learning Back-run of 42 articles CrossRef membership 200 DOIs added to references Licence to Publish (LtP) Allows the author to retain the copyright under a CC BY licence

Membership of COPE A forum for editors and publishers of peer-reviewed journals to discuss all aspects of publication ethics University of Huddersfield Press Usage University of Huddersfield Press Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research

Fully peer reviewed by academic staff 3 submissions per School (up to 21 articles) Combination of best dissertations and student submissions Writing workshop held in July Peer reviewed by School Ed. Boards in September Peer reviewed by Fields Ed. Board in October Published in January/February

Stone, G., Jensen, K. & Beech, M. (2016). Publishing undergraduate research: linking teaching and research through a dedicated peer reviewed open access journal. Journal of scholarly publishing. University of Huddersfield Press Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research The experience of writing for the journal has certainly been a positive one. It has allowed me to develop publication skills, improve my academic work and take on board different perceptions and criticisms. The opportunity has also allowed me to revisit a piece of work that I am particularly proud of and present it to a wider audience.

Reece Goscinski commenting on To What Extent Does the Ideological Construct of Collectivism Continue to Govern the British Trade Union and Labour Movement? Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research, 1 (1). e11. University of Huddersfield Press Journal discoverability Google Via OAI-PMH compliance in the Repository Library web scale discovery DOAJ membership TiLL Journal of

performance magic Scopus/A&Is? University of Huddersfield Press DOAJ seal To qualify for the Seal the journal must:

have an archival and preservation arrangement in place with an external party such as CLOCKSS, LOCKSS, Portico; provide permanent identifiers in the published content such as DOIs; provide article level metadata to DOAJ; embed machine-readable CC licensing information in article level metadata; allow reuse and remixing of content in accordance with a CC BY, CC BY-SA or CC BY-NC license; have a deposit policy registered in a deposit policy directory such as SHERPA/RoMEO; allow the author to hold the copyright without restriction

To date, 88 out of 10,619 journals in DOAJ have qualified for the Seal University of Huddersfield Press Cost benefits for TiLL Typesetting; 7.39% Proof/ Copy Editing; 7.39% Admin Costs; 14.78% Postage/ Stationery; 2.19% Printing; 68.26% University of Huddersfield Press Journal costs

Set up costs 750 for landing page and coding (paid by School or Research Centre) Recurrent costs 2750 + 50 per year for DOIs Staffing costs CLS Maintenance costs included in Repository hosting charges University of Huddersfield Press OA journals - Growing the author pool

New titles planned 1 launching in 2016 1 in development 2 at proposal stage Attracting societies, charities and research institutes Huddersfield Contemporary Records

7 CDs & 1 DVD 1 Digital download album Published with CeReNeM and /hcmf Distributed via NMC University of Huddersfield Press REF 2014 UoA 35: Music, Drama, Dance and Performing Arts 100 research outputs 11% included a Press publication (sometimes as part of a portfolio item) 4th in UK for research impact 1st Yorkshire

1st post-92 overall QR funding per item has been calculated, which shows the true return on investment for the Press University of Huddersfield Press REF 2014 UoA 35: Music, Drama, Dance and Performing Arts 100 research outputs 11% included a Press publication (sometimes as part of a portfolio item) 4th in UK for research impact 1st Yorkshire 1st post-92 overall

QR funding per item has been calculated, which shows the true return on investment for the Press University of Huddersfield Press Sustainability and innovation In order to be sustainable and innovate in future years the Press needs: Additional staffing A publications and marketing manager has been proposed Otherwise there is a risk that it will become a victim of its own success Sustained funding from the University This will allow greater freedom to help develop future monographs/journals

It will also allow the Press to grow at a sustainable rate University of Huddersfield Press Collaboration We dont actually know how many UK university presses there are! 21 in 2002, 17 in 2004 (Hardy & Oppenheim, 2004) Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol (Polity Press), Wales, Manchester, Liverpool and Edinburgh (7) Buckingham, Chester, Hertfordshire, Huddersfield, Imperial, Institute of Education, UCL, UCLan, Westminster and York (10 Cond, 2014) Cardiff, White Rose and St Andrews University Presses can be added University of Huddersfield Press

Collaboration Northern Collaboration Shared Press Meeting in 2014 The need for a piece of research to understand the lay of the land regarding UK University Presses and what they publish Work on a set of best practice guidelines to assist New University Presses Not a shared platform! Develop a UK/European chapter of the Library Publishing Coalition Membership? Annual conference? University of Huddersfield Press http://unipress.hud.ac.uk/

Graham Stone [email protected] @Graham_Stone http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/25755/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License

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