UTS ePRESS is excited to announce the release of the fascinating new open access book ‘Georges Baudoux’s Jean M’Barai The Trepang Fisherman’ with translation by Karin Speedy.
The free PDF version is available to download now at http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/…/georges-baudouxs-jean-mbarai…. The dates for the official launch and print on demand to be announced in the near future.
UTS ePRESS is excited and proud to announce its new partnership with award winning scholarly communication developer Kudos. Please see the Kudos video below for more information on their service:
With Kudos UTS ePRESS authors will be able to explain, enrich, share and measure the impact of their sharing with the Kudos dashboard for every one of their publications.
As Dr Belinda Tiffen, Director of Library resources at UTS, writes:
“As a growing open access publisher, a priority for UTS ePRESS is to extend the reach, impact and accessibility of the content we publish. Kudos shares our values of promoting high quality and ethical publishing and helps us broaden the support we can provide to UTS ePRESS authors, as well as giving us insight into the effectiveness of communications that UTS researchers undertake around works they publish elsewhere.”
For more information go to the UTS ePRESS site and go to “Contact”.
This set of CC BY slides shows the “Reinventing UTS ePRESS” presentation given by University of Technology Sydney (Library’s) Dr Belinda Tiffen and Scott Abbott at the Library Publishing Forum held in Portland, Oregon in March, 2015.
For accompanying speaker notes please contact UTS ePRESS at: email@example.com
Our experience of publishing Cultural Studies Review with UTS ePress since 2010 has been been overwhelmingly positive, academically supportive and intellectually coherent. We edit a discipline-leading, internationally-oriented journal that was ranked as an A journal in an earlier ERA exercise. Between the two of us we have published with scores of publishers across the English-speaking landscape. In our view, UTS ePress is the most innovative Australian-based university publisher in the business. This is primarily because UTS ePress is both maintaining the best traditions of university presses and creatively exploring the many and varied options emerging in the world of electronic publishing and distribution. UTS ePress was an early proponent of the principles of Open Access that are now being embraced so broadly across the academic world. It’s no surprise that already in 2015 we have been approached (and not for the first time) by two commercial publishers, including one of the top transnational publishers, who are keen to offer us inducements to leave UTS ePress. We were more than happy to disappoint them and trumpet the virtues of UTS ePress.
The University of Melbourne
University of Technology Sydney
UTS ePRESS is the digital, open access scholarly publishing arm of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). We publish high quality scholarly titles across a wide range of academic disciplines, including cultural studies, governance, history, law, literacy, international studies, society and social justice and indigenous studies.
Focusing on open access digital formats, UTS ePRESS currently publishes journals, books and conference proceedings and is the leading publisher of peer reviewed open access journals in Australasia. All UTS ePRESS content is free to read and free to publish.
Established in 2004 to further open access to scholarly outputs, UTS ePRESS seeks to publish peer reviewed, scholarly literature in areas of strategic priority for UTS and beyond, attracting the involvement of leading scholars from around the world. In doing so, our aim is to enhance scholarly publishing by exploring, innovating and enabling new modes of publication in the digital arena.
UTS ePRESS is a not-for-profit publisher. We strongly support the free dissemination of scholarly material and, since our inception, have deepened our commitment to open access publishing, despite the growth of complex and diverse publishing models across the world.
Our goal is to unlock publicly funded research and share knowledge that will benefit scholars, researchers, readers and the public. We will do this by extending the reach, impact and benefits of UTS and non-UTS scholarly content, by making it openly available and widely accessible to a global audience.