Are you a scholarly author interested in publishing a book, but unfamiliar with how to find an editor or press? Have you considered publishing that book open access and want to understand your open access book publishing options?
Springer Nature and UC Berkeley invite you to join us for a virtual panel discussion.
Hear from a panel of Springer Nature Open Access Books Editors in both STM and the Humanities, and a recent author about the process of getting your manuscript published.
You’ll come away from this discussion with practical advice about opportunities at UC Berkeley to publish open access books with Springer Nature, and guidance for submitting and revising your work, writing a book proposal, approaching editors, signing your first contract, and navigating the peer review and publication process.
While the event is focused on supporting UC Berkeley authors, it is open to all, as other institutions may be interested in entering into open access book agreements with publishers.
When: Monday, 14th March 2022; 11am-12:15pm PDT
RSVP: Please click on the link above to register and you’ll receive a Zoom link to join on the day.
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Just FYI, here are a few of the UCB authored/edited books made available OA through the agreement so far. There are several more in the works.
- Natasha Distiller – Complicities: A theory for subjectivity in the psychological humanities
- Jean Walrand – Probability in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Joan DeJaeghere, Erin Murphy-Graham – Life Skills Education for Youth