Towards a network of public scientific publishers

Prefiguring the organisation of a new collective structure for public scientific publishers who are committed to open science

Group infos
Team
Documents & productions
  • Identifying the requirements, opportunities and levers to be implemented to initiate cooperation between public scientific publishers
  • Formulating proposals to define and implement a new collective structure, built in collaboration with the sector's stakeholders
  • Developing scenarios and then identifying the most effective of these to be implemented as a result of the study
  • Making recommendations on the form this organisation should take as well as its scope, objectives, mechanisms and methods of action, way of operating, governance, cost and financing methods
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photo Caroline Dandurand
Research engineer at the École Normale Supérieure of Lyon who is leading the mission to prefigure a network of public scientific publishers committed to open science
photo Caroline Dandurand
Caroline Dandurand
Research engineer at the École Normale Supérieure of Lyon who is leading the mission to prefigure a network of public scientific publishers committed to open science

Caroline Dandurand was initially the editorial secretary of an international veterinary science journal and worked on its transition to open access. She then joined Quae Publishing as scientific editor and then production and digital manager. She coordinated the implementation of some innovative editorial projects and directed both the development of open access and the international expansion of Quae publishing

Members
Isabelle BOUTOUX, responsable du service ENS Éditions, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon Dominique ROUX, Presses universitaires de Caen, directeur de l'IR Métopes, Université de Caen Normandie
suggest
Write and refer to committee for open science and its 200 experts.