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Monograph Hosting Service

For Editorial Teams

Have you identified a potential opportunity for your research group or wider community of practice to publish a monograph series (including single authored works, edited works or collected essays) in an emerging or specialist subject or research area? Contact Rosarie Coughlan, Scholarly Publishing Librarian, to discuss your new publication.

Get Started

Things to consider before you establish your new monograph series:

  • Standards in professional publishing: Review the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing (Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association), to ensure your planned publication(s) meet professional standards.
  • Aim of the monograph series: Outline the focus, scope and target audience.
  • Resources needed (staff, time, and funds): Consider the ongoing staff resource needed: e.g. editorial board; reviewers; copyeditors; layout editors; time commitments and any funds etc. The Library can provide guidance in this area.

Support For Your Project

The Library will support you in all aspects of your publication set-up, management and ongoing promotion and maintenance, including:

  • Formulating your publication set-up and sustainment plan.
  • Preparing your editorial guidelines and policies, e.g. peer review, copyright, guidelines for authors, reviewers, etc.
  • Registering an ISBN(s) for your monograph(s).
  • Developing a marketing and promotion strategy.
  • Advice and support with author licensing and copyright.
  • Archiving in Scholars Portal.