New Avenues to Publish in Springer Nature and Wiley Journals

It’s one of those strange truths of academia that scholars are sometimes expected to pay in order to have their own work published. Journals can impose ‘processing charges’ or ‘editorial fees,’ and authors – under pressure to publish – often have little choice but to pay up.

While AUT promotes open access research (and as a matter of policy, our research is open by default), we still work with the big academic publishers to provide as many publication opportunities for our researchers as possible.

Our AUT Library, as part of the Council of Australian University Libraries (CAUL), negotiates ‘Read and Publish’ agreements with major publishers so that our researchers can publish open access in their journals. The most recent publishers signed up are Springer Nature and Wiley

As part of these latest agreements, Springer Nature and Wiley have offered authors’ workshops in March and April. These cover aspects of the publishing process and open access models. Check them out and register below.

Springer Nature

7 April, 2-4pm (Click to register)

A journal editor’s perspective (2pm)

  • What an editor looks for in a manuscript
  • Anatomy of a good original research article (ORA)
  • Editorial process – peer review and revision
  • Journal selection
  • Open Access Publishing

Academic book publishing with Springer (3pm)

  • Key Types of Academic Books
  • From PhDs… to Books
  • The Nitty Gritty: Book Publishing Process
  • Spreading Books Far and Wide: Dissemination of Research

Publishing open access in Wiley hybrid journals

Available on two different dates. Click the date that suits you to register:

17 March 2022, 6.30-7.30pm

7 April 2022, 6.30-7.30pm

Tips for successful publishing

  • Manuscript preparation, selecting a journal, and submitting a paper
  • What the peer review and production processes entail
  • Resources to support authors through the publication process
  • Publication ethics

Open access publishing

  • An introduction to the open access publishing landscape in Australia and New Zealand: Transformational deals, and what these mean for authors
  • Wiley Author Services workflow for researchers when submitting open access APC coverage request to participating CAUL institutions, as part of the agreement
  • A look at other Open Research tools

About Graduate Research School (Auckland University of Technology)

The Auckland University of Technology Graduate Research School offers support and resources to all postgraduate students at AUT. Come and visit us on the 5th floor of the WU building.

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