De Gruyter eBound
As one of the world’s leading global publishers, De Gruyter has launched eBound, an initiative that aims to provide support for not-for-profit open access and mission-driven scholarly monograph publishing.
De Gruyter eBound supports the publishing and sustainability of the mission-driven scholarly monograph for not-for-profit and open access publishers, with the goal to make these publications accessible for a global audience.
This support is given through but not limited to various means, such as
- Offering open access funds to help increase the open dissemination and usage of the mission-driven scholarly monograph globally
- Granting publication subsidies to cover editorial and production costs, and help getting projects off the ground
- Publishing original studies and publications that help key actors in the industry (publishers, authors and researchers, librarians….) to develop new solutions to improve the publication, sustainability, and accessibility of the mission-driven scholarly monograph
- Fostering an open exchange and thus engaging in active collaboration on projects that support De Gruyter eBound’s mission with all stakeholders in the academic community
De Gruyter eBound champions the following values:
The members of our Advisory Board
De Gruyter eBound’s advisory board consists of leading figures in the academic library and scholarly publishing academic community:
- Curtis Brundy (Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communications and Collections Iowa State at University)
- Jane Bunker (Director of Cornell University Press)
- Steve Fallon (Vice President Americas & Strategic Partnerships De Gruyter)
- Mary Frances (Director of University of Pennsylvania Press)
- Alan Harvey (Director of Stanford University Press)
- Bill Maltarich (Head of Collection Development at New York University)
- Frances Pinter (Executive Chair, Central European University Press and Founder, Knowledge Unlatched)
- Emily Poznanski (Director of Central European University Press)
- Nicola Ramsey (Director of Edinburgh University Press)
We welcome project submissions from not-for-profit and open access publishers.
Please use the form and send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will review your project submission within 4 weeks after reception.
Media and Resources
De Gruyter officially launched eBound on June 1st, 2022. You can read the full press release below.
Against the Grain has interviewed Linda McGrath, Executive Director of De Gruyter eBound for their September 2022 issue.