Anneliese Taylor

Title(s)Head, Scholarly Communication, Library
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
Address530 Parnassus Avenue, #352
San Francisco CA 94143
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    University of California, San Francisco2022Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    Anneliese Taylor is the Head of Scholarly Communication at the UCSF Library where she provides guidance to UCSF students, faculty, and staff on scholarly communication topics. She is an expert in scholarly publishing, open access models and policies, author copyrights, researcher identity platforms, and systems for capturing and assessing research attention and impact. Anneliese is an open scholarship advocate and she leads the Library's involvement with open access initiatives such as UC’s Open Access Policies and publisher open access agreements.

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    1. The Scholarly Communication Cookbook. Partnering for Success: A Reproducibility Workshop Series for Biomedical Researchers. 2021. Ariel Deardorff, Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    2. Charleston Conference 2019 Proceedings. The Time Has Come…For Next-Generation Open Access Models. 2020. Celeste Feather, Sara Rouhi, Anneliese Taylor, Kim Armstrong. View Publication.
    3. What Collaboration Means to Us: Sharing Stories to Drive Open Scholarship. Collaborative Librarianship. 2020; 11(4). Rachael Samberg, Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    4. How the University of California Libraries are driving the open access movement. F1000 blognetwork. 2019. Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    5. It’s time for the US to get serious about funding open access. Nature Index. 2018. Rachael Samberg, Richard A. Schneider, Anneliese Taylor, Michael Wolfe. View Publication.
    6. What's behind OA2020? Accelerating the transition to open access with introspection and repurposing funds. College & Research Libraries News. 2018; 79(2):85-88. Rachael Samberg, Richard A. Schneider, Anneliese Taylor, Michael Wolfe. View Publication.
    7. Science Publishing: Sharing articles via academic networks. Synapse. 2015. Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    8. Science Publishing: Green and Gold -- An Open Access Primer. Synapse. 2014. Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    9. Libraries take on policy: support for open access and open data. Against the Grain. 2014; 26(2):28-31. Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    10. Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences. Organization and Management of the Reference Collection. 2014. Anneliese Taylor, Jean Blackwell. View Publication.
    11. 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. Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    12. 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). Anneliese Taylor. . View Publication.
    13. The Growing Crisis: Scholarly Publishing Pressures Facing Health Sciences Libraries. Journal of Library Administration. 2012; 52(8):672-698. Karen Butter, Anneliese Taylor, Emma Cryer, Patricia Thibodeau. View Publication.