Gail P. Clement
Gail is an academic/science research librarian with extensive experience in scientific and grey literature publishing, copyright education, and E-research support. She is transitioning to a new position as Head of Research Services at the CalTech Library System.
In her former position as Associate Professor at Texas A&M, she led the University’s ORCID integration and managed the Online Access to Knowledge (OAK) fund covering authors’ OA publishing fees.
Gail has served on the American Geophysical Union’s Publishing Committee, the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Research and Scholarly Environment Committee, and chaired the American Library Association's Copyright Education subcommittee. She currently serves as a member of the Research Data Alliance’s Legal Interoperability Interest Group and is also a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication (JLSC), where she is co-editing a special 2015 issue on data sharing, data publication, and data citation. Gail blogs, publishes, and speaks regularly on scholarly communication topics.