Live Demo – Everything a Research Librarian Needs to Know about the ORE Publishing Platform
Open Research Europe (ORE) is a new publishing platform launched by the European Commission. The platform provides all H2020 and Horizon Europe beneficiaries and their collaborators with an easy, high-quality platform to publish Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe funded research at no cost and in full compliance with the Commission’s open access policies.
Building on our first joint LIBER-ORE awareness-raising webinar in October, this follow up event entails a live demonstration of the ORE platform focusing on everything that a research librarian needs to know. Participants will understand how the platform can be used, experience an in-depth walkthrough of the open peer review process, hear about the answers to FAQs that ORE has received so far (the latter may be useful in supporting researchers in publishing via the ORE platform). Participants can also of course ask any questions they might have about the platform.
Kelly Woods is the Senior Associate Publisher at F1000, a leading Open Research publisher, responsible for looking after Open Research Europe, in collaboration with partners LIBER, Eurodoc and GYA. She has a background in Open Access scholarly publishing and prior to joining F1000 she worked at Frontiers and The Royal Society on numerous OA titles.
Matthew Ranscombe is a Senior Assistant Editor in the Prepublications team at F1000, primarily responsible for handling submissions in the humanities and social sciences. He has a background in academic book publishing, previously holding positions at Routledge and Oxford University Press.
Joe Kelly is an Associate Editorial Assistant in the Peer Review Team at F1000. Previously he worked in Digital Resources at Taylor & Francis and has a background in research with PhD in history from the University of Liverpool.