University Librarian, American University
Program Director for Scholarly Communication, Copyright and Publishing, Dartmouth College
Director of Publication Practices, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
Executive Director, Grants Resource Center, American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)
Deputy Chief Librarian, University of Toronto
Dean of Libraries, University of California Berkeley
Director, National and international Outreach, Library of Congress
Deputy Executive Director for Operations and Director of Publications, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)
Coordinator of Scholarly Communications, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries
Executive Director, American Society of Plant Biologists
Executive Director, Authors Alliance
Do researchers and scientists participate in the current system of scholarly publishing because they like it, they need it, they donâ€™t have a choice in the matter, or they donâ€™t really care one way or another? What perceptions, considerations and incentives do academicians have for staying the course (like impact factors and tenure points), and what are their pressures and incentives for changing direction (like lowering publishing charges)?
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