We'd like your view! 2018 survey now open

Following on from the success of last year's scholarly publishing survey and subsequent report (available to view/purchase here), Research Information is once again taking the pulse of those involved in the research cycle - specifically publishers, librarians and researchers/authors.

If you fall into one of those stakeholder groups, we invite you to share your opinions via our short survey, which should take you no more than 10 minutes to complete.

All responses are anonymous, and no personal details are collected - we just want to get a better understanding of the landscape of scholarly publishing, how you think those in your sector and those in other sectors can help, and to see if anything has changed in the past 12 months.

The survey will remain open until 30 September, and the results will be unveiled at the one-day forum Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle 2018, hosted by Research Information in partnership with Info International (organisers of Contech Live), on Monday 3 December in London.

Please spread the word among colleagues, faculties, institutions, and professional groups - the more responses we have, the better!

To participate in the survey, click here.

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