In this episode, Elizabeth Scarpelli, director of the University of Cincinnati Press, talks about how the press has taken a unique path to publish by repositioning its relationship with the university, creating a new type of authorship, and making deep use of open access.
**Who You will Hear**
Guest: Elizabeth Scarpelli (Director of University of Cincinnati Press)
Co-host: Luna Tang (Cloud Service Delivery Manager at Klopotek)
Co-host: Dwayne Parris (Senior Consultant at Klopotek)
In this episode, director of University of Cincinnati Press Elizabeth Scarpelli shares how the press has taken a unique path to publish by repositioning its relationship with the university, creating a new type of authorship, as well as making deep use of open access and innovative publishing methods.
The University of Cincinnati Press has kindly provided links to the two open-access books mentioned in this episode: Exploring the Architecture of Place in America’s Farmers Markets and Bicycling Through Paradise: Historical Tours Around Cincinnati. You are welcome to read, review, and share.
For more of their published works, please visit the website of University of Cincinnati Press, Manifold (their open access platform), Journals at UC, or subscribe to their monthly newsletter.
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