Anneliese Taylor

Title(s)Head, Scholarly Communication, Library
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
Address530 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco CA 94143
Phone415-476-8415
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    University of Texas at AustinMLISGraduate School of Library & Information Science
    Sarah Lawrence CollegeB.A.

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    Anneliese Taylor is the Head of Scholarly Communication at the UCSF Library where she provides guidance and clarity to UCSF students, faculty, and staff on scholarly communication systems and how to maximize research impact. She is an expert in scholarly publishing, open access models and policies, and systems for capturing research attention and impact. As a co-founder of the Open Science Group at UCSF, Anneliese is an advocate for increasing openness and transparency in all scholarly research practices. She leads the Library's involvement with numerous open initiatives, including UC’s open access policies, UCSF’s fund to support OA publishing, and the Library's commitment to transitioning expenditures from paywalled to open publications. She is committed to making scholarly publishing more equitable for UCSF students, early career researchers and faculty through scholarly publishing and peer review education and guidance.

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    1. What's behind OA2020? Accelerating the transition to open access with introspection and repurposing funds. College & Research Libraries News. 2018; 79(2):85-88. . View Publication.
    2. Science Publishing: Sharing articles via academic networks. Synapse. 2015. . View Publication.
    3. ALCTS Symposium Report: Midwinter 2015. ALCTS News. 2015. . View Publication.
    4. Science Publishing: Green and Gold -- An Open Access Primer. Synapse. 2014. . View Publication.
    5. A Textbook Case: the changing textbook ecosystem in higher education: new opportunities, new perspectives. Report of the ALCTS Publisher/Vendor/Library Relations Interest Group Forum at American Library Association Annual Meeting. ALCTS News. 2014. . View Publication.
    6. Libraries take on policy: support for open access and open data. Against the Grain. 2014; 26(2):28-31. .
    7. CRS Standards Forum: Predatory Publishing and the ISSN Center’s Response. ALCTS News. 2014. View Publication.
    8. Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences. Organization and Management of the Reference Collection. 2014. .
    9. Technical Services Report: Report of the ALCTS Collection Management Section Collection Development Librarians of Academic Libraries Interest Group. American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Seattle, January 2013. Technical Services Quarterly. 2013; 31(1):59-61. . View Publication.
    10. Technical Services Report: Opening Access for a New Era of Scholarly Publishing. A Report of the ALCTS Continuing Resources Section, Access to Continuing Resources Interest Group Program, American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, June 2012. Technical Services Quarterly. 2013; 30(2). . View Publication.
    11. The Growing Crisis: Scholarly Publishing Pressures Facing Health Sciences Libraries. Journal of Library Administration. 2012; 52(8):672-698. . View Publication.