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LPC Quarterly Update

Check out our latest Quarterly Update! It includes: Community News 2021-2023 LPC Fellowship Call for Applications Library Publishing Directory news Recipients of the 2021 Publishing Practice Awards New LPC member New Strategic Affiliate Kudos! Library Publishing Forum 2021 Forum Roundup Forum reflections series LPC Research Updates from the Library Publishing Workflows Project Blog Spotlight Transitions … Continue reading LPC Quarterly Update


Kudos to the 2020-21 Program Committee!

The Kudos program recognizes impactful work done by community members on behalf of the Library Publishing Coalition community. * * * * * * * * * * This Kudos recognizes Justin Gonder (California Digital Library), Sonya Betz (University of Alberta), Jason Boczar (University of South Florida), A.J. Boston (Murray State University), Robin Bedenbaugh (University of Tennessee), Jane … Continue reading Kudos to the 2020-21 Program Committee!


Institutional Repository Librarian

San Francisco State University’s J. Paul Leonard Library is a busy, teaching-oriented institution supporting a community of 25,000 students as well as faculty and staff. Our campus is part of the 23-campus California State University system, and we are seeking applications for an Institutional Repository Librarian who will work collaboratively with other librarians and staff … Continue reading Institutional Repository Librarian


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


Publishing Practice Award: University of Texas at Arlington Libraries – Mavs Open Press

Growing Together: Implementing Accessibility Practices into OER Workflows Mavs Open Press, operated by the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries (UTA Libraries), offers no-cost services for UTA faculty, staff, and students who wish to openly publish their scholarship. The Libraries’ program provides human and technological resources that empower our communities to create or adapt open … Continue reading Publishing Practice Award: University of Texas at Arlington Libraries – Mavs Open Press


Announcing the 2021 Publishing Practice Award Recipients

The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) is excited to announce the recipients of the 2021 Publishing Practice Awards! Congratulations to the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries – Mavs Open Press for exemplary work in the category of Accessibility, and to the University of Cape Town Libraries for exemplary work in the category of Diversity, Equity, … Continue reading Announcing the 2021 Publishing Practice Award Recipients


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


Call for applications for 2021-2023 LPC Fellowship Program

We’re excited to announce a call for applications for the third round of the LPC Fellowship Program. The fellowship program is intended to broaden access to library publishing to underrepresented groups, to develop research capacity in the field, and to bring new voices into the LPC community. This round of the fellowship program is centered … Continue reading Call for applications for 2021-2023 LPC Fellowship Program


LPC welcomes a new member: the University of Oklahoma

Please join us in welcoming the University of Oklahoma as a new member of the Library Publishing Coalition. The voting rep is Jen Waller, jenwaller@ou.edu. A statement from the University of Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma (OU) Libraries offers journal hosting for faculty-driven, open access publications. Their scholarly publishing services team – Jen Waller, Nicholas Wojcik, Sara Huber, and Catherine … Continue reading LPC welcomes a new member: the University of Oklahoma


LPC welcomes a new strategic affiliate: ARL

The Library Publishing Coalition is delighted to welcome the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) as a new strategic affiliate! About ARL: The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is a nonprofit organization of 125 research libraries in Canada and the US whose mission is to advance research, learning, and scholarly communication. The Association fosters the open exchange of … Continue reading LPC welcomes a new strategic affiliate: ARL


Senior Software Developer: Publishing, Archives, and Digitization

The Role As a senior level applications programmer in the Publishing, Archives, and Digitization (PAD) group at the California Digital Library, this position will join a team that is responsible for the design and maintenance of a diverse portfolio of web-based applications and services (deployed in Amazon Web Services) that support the publishing, research, and … Continue reading Senior Software Developer: Publishing, Archives, and Digitization


Intersections: Connecting and Collaborating – Reflections of a Consortial Library Publisher

Intersections is an occasional series where community members reflect on what they are seeing in other parts of their professional world and what library publishers can learn from it.  By Amanda Hurford, Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI) A conference icebreaker recently posed the question: How do you describe your job to someone who has … Continue reading Intersections: Connecting and Collaborating – Reflections of a Consortial Library Publisher


Intersections: Library Publishing and Scholarly Societies

Intersections is an occasional series where community members reflect on what they are seeing in other parts of their professional world and what library publishers can learn from it.  By Lauren B. Collister, Director, Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing, University of Pittsburgh Library System, lbcollister@pitt.edu, @parnopaeus Many people who come to librarianship have a background … Continue reading Intersections: Library Publishing and Scholarly Societies


Transitions: First Year as Faculty

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 Laura Miller, Florida State University As I am writing this post, I am about three weeks away from my one-year anniversary as a full-time library faculty member at … Continue reading Transitions: First Year as Faculty


Publishing Services Specialist

Job Description: The University Libraries at Virginia Tech seeks a full-time Publishing Services Specialist with a passion for project management and an eagerness to grow with the latest trends and best practices in digital-first, open access publishing. As a member of the Virginia Tech Publishing team, the Publishing Services Specialist will play an important role … Continue reading Publishing Services Specialist


Intersections: Not Quite a Librarian, Not Quite a Publisher: What It’s Like to Work for a Library and a University Press

Intersections is an occasional series where community members reflect on what they are seeing in other parts of their professional world and what library publishers can learn from it.  By Annie Johnson, Assistant Director of Open Publishing Initiatives and Scholarly Communications, Temple University @anniekjohn For the past five years, I have worked for both Temple … Continue reading Intersections: Not Quite a Librarian, Not Quite a Publisher: What It’s Like to Work for a Library and a University Press


LPC welcomes a new strategic affiliate: CLOCKSS

The Library Publishing Coalition is delighted to welcome CLOCKSS as a new strategic affiliate! A statement from CLOCKSS: We are looking forward to working with LPC and the LPC community! A collaboration of the world’s leading academic publishers and research libraries, CLOCKSS provides a sustainable dark archive to ensure the long-term survival of Web-based scholarly … Continue reading LPC welcomes a new strategic affiliate: CLOCKSS


Publishing & Open Access Librarian

Position Summary At William & Mary Libraries we believe access to information is a human right. Librarians play a key role in the educational mission of William & Mary by establishing strong relationships with faculty and students and connecting them to the services, content, and tools that meet their research, teaching, and learning needs. They participate in Library- … Continue reading Publishing & Open Access Librarian


Invited Plenary: No More Apologies: LIS Publishing Reimagined

Day/Time: Tuesday, May 12, 12:00 PM to 1 PM Speaker list Megdi Abebe (she/her) Joyce Gabiola (they/m) Sofia Leung (she/her) Kristina Santiago (she/her/ella) Description Reflecting on their own experiences with publishing and the production of knowledge within academic spaces, the editors of up//root reimagined a publishing experience that intentionally centers the research, meditations and creative … Continue reading Invited Plenary: No More Apologies: LIS Publishing Reimagined


Invited Plenary: Interweaving the golden threads into a publishing service

Day/Time: Wednesday, May 12, 12:00 PM to 1 PM Moderator: Reggie Raju, University of Cape Town, South Africa Panelists Jill Claassen, University of Cape Town – talk about rationale Omo Oaiya, West and Central African Research and Education Network (WACREN) – Nigeria – challenges of hosting the platform Caroline Ncube, University of Cape Town – … Continue reading Invited Plenary: Interweaving the golden threads into a publishing service