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Publishing Practice Award: University of Cape Town Libraries

Diversity, equity, and inclusion driving UCT Libraries publishing At the outset, it is important to acknowledge the LPC Publishing Practice Award Committee for recognizing the contribution of the University of Cape Town’s library publishing programme to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusivity. Drawing from the University’s social responsiveness goal, the Library shaped its publishing … Continue reading Publishing Practice Award: University of Cape Town Libraries


Transitions: standing on the shoulders of librarians

Transitions is an occasional series where community members reflect on the things they have learned while moving from one institution to another or one role to another.  By Monica Westin, Google Scholar partnerships lead / technical program manager In the spring of 2014, I left a PhD program in classical rhetoric to try out a career … Continue reading Transitions: standing on the shoulders of librarians


Keynote: Opening minds to open infrastructure

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 12:00 PM to 1 PM Keynote Speaker: Kaitlin Thaney Bio: Kaitlin Thaney is the Executive Director of Invest in Open Infrastructure, a non-profit initiative dedicated to improving funding and resourcing for the open technologies and systems that research relies on. She previously served as the Endowment Director for the Wikimedia Foundation, where she led development … Continue reading Keynote: Opening minds to open infrastructure


Panel Th1b

Day/Time: Thursday, May 13, 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM ‘Opening the Future’ – a new funding model for open-access monographs: introducing an innovative approach to publishing OA books through library membership funding Presenters: Martin Paul Eve, Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing, Birkbeck (University of London), Open Library of the Humanities, & COPIM Contact info … Continue reading Panel Th1b


Full Session: Journal Seeks Publisher: How JLSC Imagined, Sought, and Found Its Next Partner

Day/Time: Wednesday, May 12, 4:00 PM to 5 PM Presenters Jill Cirasella, The Graduate Center, City University of New York Rebekah Kati, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Wendy C. Robertson, University of Iowa David Lewis, Emeritus, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis Daniel Bangert, Digital Repository of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy Harrison W. Inefuku, Iowa … Continue reading Full Session: Journal Seeks Publisher: How JLSC Imagined, Sought, and Found Its Next Partner


Kudos to the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force!

The Kudos program recognizes impactful work done by community members on behalf of the Library Publishing Coalition community. This Kudos recognizes Cheryl Ball (Wayne State University), Kevin Hawkins (University of North Texas), Harrison Inefuku (Iowa State University), Joshua Neds-Fox (Wayne State University), Angel Peterson (Penn State University), and Willa Tavernier (Indiana University) for their excellent … Continue reading Kudos to the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force!


The LPC Roadmap for Anti-Racist Practice

As part of our commitment to anti-racism, LPC’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force has prepared the LPC Roadmap for Anti-Racist Practice. This document owes a great deal to the ideas and input of library publishing workers at last fall’s anti-racism community call, which was hosted by the task force and the Board. In that call, … Continue reading The LPC Roadmap for Anti-Racist Practice


Committees and Task Forces

The standing committees of the Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) bear responsibility for producing the organization’s deliverables and providing oversight for its operations. Task forces are created in response to specific needs and opportunities identified by LPC’s membership or leadership. Service on standing committees and task forces is open to any staff member at an LPC … Continue reading Committees and Task Forces


Thinking Politically About Scholarly Infrastructure

The Fellows Journal is a forum for the current Library Publishing Coalition fellows to share their experiences and raise topics for discussion within the community. Learn more about the Fellowship Program.  Maybe it’s not all that surprising that I’ve come to think about ScholComm in terms similar to US politics. Right now, as I draft this blog post, … Continue reading Thinking Politically About Scholarly Infrastructure


Announcing C4DISC: Ways to Participate and Support

Please join me in celebrating the creation of an important new organization, the Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications (C4DISC). The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) is a founding member and C4DISC both closely aligns with the LPC’s values and multiplies the impact of our strategic plan! Formally launched September 15, 2020, C4DISC was … Continue reading Announcing C4DISC: Ways to Participate and Support


2021 Library Publishing Forum

The Library Publishing Forum is an annual conference bringing together representatives from libraries engaged in (or considering) publishing initiatives to define and address major questions and challenges; to identify and document collaborative opportunities; and to strengthen and promote this community of practice. The 2021 Library Publishing Forum will be a virtual conference. We are excited … Continue reading 2021 Library Publishing Forum


Library Publishing Pain Points – Funding

Editor’s note: This is a guest post in our Library Publishing Pain Points series, featuring reflections from our Library Publishing Workflows partners on the challenges they face in implementing, running, and sustaining their library publishing workflows. Operating a non-commercial, scholar-led open access publishing program through our library is intensely rewarding work. On a daily basis … Continue reading Library Publishing Pain Points – Funding


2020 Library Publishing Forum Round-up

It’s now been two months since the 2020 Virtual Library Publishing Forum. We’ve been busy gathering many of the videos, slides, notes, etc., from the Forum, which you’ll find linked from the 2020 Forum page on our website. Though not all sessions are online, an unprecedented number are, so this is a great time to … Continue reading 2020 Library Publishing Forum Round-up


LPForum20: Peer-to-Peer Blended Learning: A Model for Training Undergraduate Journal Editors

Editor’s note: When we changed the 2020 Library Publishing Forum to a virtual conference format, we gave presenters the option of converting their presentations into blog posts. This is a guest post in that series.  By Calvin Chan, Christopher Chan, Shelby Haber, Portia Rayner, Keanna Wallace, and Nadiya Zuk University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Canada, … Continue reading LPForum20: Peer-to-Peer Blended Learning: A Model for Training Undergraduate Journal Editors


Library Publishing Research Agenda

Abstract This publication is an exploration of areas in which research is needed to support practice in the field of library publishing. The Research Agenda offers exploratory overviews of six topics (assessment, labor, accessibility, non-traditional research outputs, peer review, and partnerships), each of which includes a summary, potential research questions, and a list of relevant … Continue reading Library Publishing Research Agenda


LPForum 2020

The Library Publishing Forum is an annual conference bringing together representatives from libraries engaged in (or considering) publishing initiatives to define and address major questions and challenges; to identify and document collaborative opportunities; and to strengthen and promote this community of practice. For the first time in 2020, we will hold the Forum virtually. We … Continue reading LPForum 2020


Introducing Talea Anderson, 2019-21 LPC Fellow: A Reflection on Accessibility

The Fellows Journal is a forum for the current Library Publishing Coalition fellows to share their experiences and raise topics for discussion within the community. Learn more about the Fellowship Program.  Where I’ve Come From For the last couple of years, I’ve been plugging away on a project that began with my participation in KairosCamp, a … Continue reading Introducing Talea Anderson, 2019-21 LPC Fellow: A Reflection on Accessibility


Society for Scholarly Publishing 41st Annual Meeting, May 30–31, 2019

In its Strategic Plan for 2018–2023, the Library Publishing Coalition has a core goal of strengthening the community of library publishers. More specifically, objective 2.4 states that we will “build our support for and engagement with the international community of library publishers.” When the LPC Board of Directors started discussing this year what that support … Continue reading Society for Scholarly Publishing 41st Annual Meeting, May 30–31, 2019


Announcing the 2020 LPForum keynote speaker: Claire Redhead

The LPC Program Committee is pleased to announce that our keynote speaker for the 2020 Library Publishing Forum is Claire Redhead, Executive Director of the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA). About Claire: Claire has an editorial background and 20 years experience of the scholarly publishing industry, beginning with a series of positions in UK … Continue reading Announcing the 2020 LPForum keynote speaker: Claire Redhead


Nominations open for the second annual Award for Exemplary Service

As participation in library publishing grows, community involvement and leadership has become increasingly important for the profession. To encourage and recognize such service, the Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) gives out an annual Exemplary Service Award. The award recognizes substantial contributions by an LPC community member to advancing the mission, vision, or values of the Library … Continue reading Nominations open for the second annual Award for Exemplary Service