The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an international community of individuals and associations from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experiences in science communication and editing.

EASE Council nominee

Nominated for ordinary Council member

Professor Jadranka Stojanovski

Dr Jadranka Stojanovski
Associate Professor at University of Zadar, Zadar
Research librarian at Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb
Croatia
jadranka.stojanovski@irb.hr

I’ve been a member of EASE for over seven years, and I am currently a member of EASE Council with responsibility for coordinating the EASE Regional Chapters. My research interests include advancements in scholarly communication and scholarly publishing, open science (open research data and open access to publications), and ethical concerns in scholarly publishing. I find the EASE community very motivating and a friendly environment for exchanging opinions, ideas and experience. With the help of EASE experiences and resources, we recently established the Croatian Association of Scholarly Communication, serving Croatian journal editors from 470 Croatian Open Access journals. I also contribute to the EASE Croatian Regional Chapter as an active member and lecturer.

As all my work is related to scholarly communication, I can continue contributing to the EASE mission and new initiatives. With the expertise in the Open Science infrastructure at national and European level, digital archives and repositories, interoperability among different information systems, and advancements in the scholarly communication, I think I can contribute to various EASE activities. Furthermore, my good insight into Croatia’s scholarly publishing community can contribute to the more inclusive engagement of the EASE journal editors. As a librarian, I understand the importance of good cooperation between publishers and the libraries.

I am willing to serve as a member of EASE Council in the next period and to increase and enrich the activities of the EASE regional chapters. I will participate in EASE publishing activities, meetings, webinars, and training workshops. Because of my intensive collaboration with different stakeholders: libraries, editors and publishers, researchers/authors, students, funders and policymakers in Croatia, I would continue to bring different perspectives and approaches.

Career Summary

Jadranka Stojanovski is an Associate Professor at the University of Zadar and research librarian at Ruđer Bošković Institute in Zagreb. Jadranka has more extensive professional experience designing and creating scholarly publications management systems, focusing on the open access to the knowledge produced by Croatian academic and research community. Previously, she worked as the library director at the Ruđer Bošković Institute. Jadranka has an interdisciplinary background in physics and information sciences gained during MSc studies in Physics and MA studies in Information Sciences at the University of Zagreb and an educational background in information sciences gained during PhD studies in Information and Communication Sciences at the University of Zagreb.

Jadranka is actively engaged in the several national projects: Croatian Scientific Bibliography CROSBI, Who’s Who in Science in Croatia, ŠESTAR – a repository of scientific equipment, HRČAK repository of Croatian open access journals, DABAR – Digital Academic Archives and Repositories, and others. These projects’ primary goal is to collect comprehensive data on research in Croatia and provide unrestricted access. As a Croatian Open Access journals repository HRČAK Advisory board member, she collaborates closely with many Croatian journal editors from all disciplines.

Jadranka is the national coordinator of several international projects concerning different aspects of scholarly communication: Horizon 2020 projects OpenAire2020 – Advancing Open Scholarship, TRIPLE (Transforming Research through Innovative Practices for Linked interdisciplinary Exploration), National initiatives for Open Science – NI4OS Europe, OPERAS-P “Preparing open access in the European research area through scholarly communication”, TD COST Action TD1306 New Frontiers of Peer Review (PEERE) and CA COST Action CA15137 European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (ENRESSH).

Jadranka serves as the Croatian delegate at ERAC Standing Working Group on Open Science & Innovation, member of the Publishing Committee of the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education, and National Point of Reference for Open Access to scientific information (EC) for Croatia.

She published more than 60 papers and her bibliography can be found at https://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=184776.

Read her CV here