Clio Publishing have worked with a number of Emeritus Professors in recent years. After an active University research and teaching life, many eminent academics find that they wish to continue writing and have their work published. But this can be hard to achieve once retired from academia.
We have an answer to that predicament. We provide the support service that they have grown accustomed to but at the same time offering new ways of exploiting their ideas and intellectual property. In fact, self publishing offers the experienced academic great freedom, first from the demands of peer reviewing, and secondly from the higher education necessity for social and economic ‘impact’ research.
- Letters: Open access plan is no academic spring (guardian.co.uk)
- Study finds professoriate in England is aging (insidehighered.com)
- When is an academic not an academic? (guardian.co.uk)
- The secret academic: clinging on to my intellectual identity (guardian.co.uk)