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Digital Publishing Specialist

SUMMARY: This position is responsible for coordinating, implementing, and supporting a variety of digital publishing initiatives involving Association members, peer organizations, and other collaborative partners and that benefit the work of religious and theological libraries and support expanded access to scholarship, collections, and other resources in religion and theology. These initiatives include the Atla Open … Continue reading Digital Publishing Specialist


Call for 2022 Entries: Library Publishing Directory and IFLA Library Publishing SIG Global Library Publishing Map

The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) and the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) Library Publishing Special Interest Group (LibPub SIG) have partnered to survey the landscape of publishing in libraries across the globe. LPC is seeking submissions for its 9th annual Library Publishing Directory. IFLA’s LibPub SIG has created a first-of-its-kind Map of global library … Continue reading Call for 2022 Entries: Library Publishing Directory and IFLA Library Publishing SIG Global Library Publishing Map


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


Panel Th2

Day/Time: Thursday, May 13, 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM Beyond the “new normal”: a speculative reconsideration of undergraduate publishing Presenter: Dana Ospina, California State University, Dominguez Hills Description: Amidst the isolation and uncertainty of COVID-19, many of us fortunate enough to continue to be employed have perceived an expectation, stated or not, to maintain established … Continue reading Panel Th2


Panel Tu4b

Day/Time: Tuesday, May 11, 4:00 PM to 5 PM Migration and More: Moving from DigitalCommons Presenters: Laura Baird, Systems & Applications Librarian, Pacific University Johanna Meetz, Publishing & Repository Services Librarian, The Ohio State University Description: Pacific University transitioned from BePress’s DigitalCommons to Ubiquity’s Hyku and publishing platforms between 2018 and 2020. We migrated journals … Continue reading Panel Tu4b


Panel Tu4a

Day/Time: Tuesday, May 11, 4:00 PM to 5 PM Taking Open Textbooks Beyond Gen Ed: Building a New OER Publishing Model to Support Career and Vocational Education Presenters: Robert Hilliker, Rowan University Marilyn Ochoa, Middlesex County College Description: In renewing the Open Textbook Program grants this past year, the U.S. Department of Education updated their … Continue reading Panel Tu4a


Lightning Talks

Day/Time: Thursday, May 13, 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM Adapting Free Tools to New Digital Publishing Uses Daina Dickman, MA, MLIS, AHIP; Scholarly Communication Librarian, Sacramento State University Mya Dosch, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, Sacramento State University Lacking adequate staffing and resources, two faculty members in the Library and Art departments were faced with … Continue reading Lightning Talks


Full Session: Advancing Open Access Book Analytics for Library Publishing: Moving from use cases and case studies to next steps

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM Presenters Christina Drummond, Data Trust Program Officer, Educopia Institute / OA Ebook Usage Data Trust Lara Speicher, Head of Publishing, UCL Press Charles Watkinson Associate University Librarian for Publishing / Director, University of Michigan Press Andrew Joseph, Digital Publisher, Wits University Press Cameron Neylon, Professor of … Continue reading Full Session: Advancing Open Access Book Analytics for Library Publishing: Moving from use cases and case studies to next steps


2021 LPC Board election: Candidate bios and statements

Elections for the Library Publishing Coalition Board open today and will continue through Friday, February 26. Instructions for voting will be sent to each member institution’s voting representative. The candidates are: Willa Tavernier, Indiana University, Bloomington Alissa Miller, Middle Tennessee State University Amanda Hurford, Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI) Mike Nason, University of New … Continue reading 2021 LPC Board election: Candidate bios and statements


The 2021 Library Publishing Directory is now available!

The Library Publishing Coalition is pleased to announce the publication of the 2021 Library Publishing Directory! This year’s print,  PDF, and EPUB versions of the Library Publishing Directory highlight the publishing activities of 136 academic and research libraries. The openly available and searchable online directory includes 151 entries. The Directory illustrates the many ways in … Continue reading The 2021 Library Publishing Directory is now available!


Library Publishing Pain Points – Aging Infrastructure

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. As we’ve expanded our Open Access journal publishing work over the last few years, growing from 20 or so … Continue reading Library Publishing Pain Points – Aging Infrastructure


LPForum 2021

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 LPForum 2021


Call for 2021 Entries: Library Publishing Directory and IFLA Library Publishing SIG Database

The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) and the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) Library Publishing Special Interest Group (LibPub SIG) are partnering to survey the landscape of scholarly publishing in libraries across the globe. LPC is seeking submissions for its 8th annual Library Publishing Directory. IFLA’s LibPub SIG will create a first-of-its-kind online database of … Continue reading Call for 2021 Entries: Library Publishing Directory and IFLA Library Publishing SIG Database


LPForum20: So you’ve been rejected from MedEdPORTAL: Demystifying Open Access to Medical Educators

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 Hannah J. Craven and Rachel J. Hinrichs Introduction to MedEdPORTAL Medical educators at our institution are encouraged to publish … Continue reading LPForum20: So you’ve been rejected from MedEdPORTAL: Demystifying Open Access to Medical Educators


LPForum20: Accessibility beyond web standards for improving User Experience

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 Israel Cefrin, PKP Background Improving the usability of Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a current concern and goal of … Continue reading LPForum20: Accessibility beyond web standards for improving User Experience


LPForum20: Leveraging a Library Journal for Grounding and Growing a Library Press Journal Program

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 Tracy MacKay-Ratliff, Perry Collins, Chelsea Johnston, and Laurie Taylor Collaboration as Foundation Launched in 2018, SOURCE has evolved into … Continue reading LPForum20: Leveraging a Library Journal for Grounding and Growing a Library Press Journal Program


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


LPForum20: Make the Open Access Directory Better for All: A Library Publishers Edit-a-thon

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 Julie Goldman, Sally Gore, Lisa Palmer, and Regina Raboin This blog post is brought to you by the Editorial … Continue reading LPForum20: Make the Open Access Directory Better for All: A Library Publishers Edit-a-thon


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