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Open Educational Resources Librarian

Description As part of the Public Services Unit, The Open Educational Resources Librarian works collaboratively across the Libraries, the University, the Online Dakota Information Network (ODIN), and regional and national associations and scholarly societies (e.g. SPARC, MHEC, WICHE, National Academy of Sciences, and more) to continue to expand our growing OERs program. The position serves … Continue reading Open Educational Resources Librarian


Library Publishers Rally to Disseminate the Work of Ukrainian Scholars

The four authors of this blog post have an extraordinary story to tell about the way that the library publishing network was able to quickly facilitate the publication and dissemination of recent research work on telemedicine from Ukraine. We will tell this story in four parts and from four voices: the researcher’s background, needs, and … Continue reading Library Publishers Rally to Disseminate the Work of Ukrainian Scholars


LPC welcomes a new member: University of Kansas

Please join us in welcoming the University of Kansas as a new member of the Library Publishing Coalition. The voting rep for KU Libraries is Marianne Reed. About the University of Kansas Libraries: The University of Kansas Libraries transform lives by inspiring the discovery and creation of knowledge for the university and our global community. KU Libraries are leaders in … Continue reading LPC welcomes a new member: University of Kansas


Community Engagement and Outreach Librarian

The Public Knowledge Project invites applications for a Community Engagement and Outreach Librarian. Reporting to the Associate Director of Strategic Relationships, the incumbent will be responsible for supporting PKP’s mission of increasing the quality and reach of scholarly publishing. This is a full-time (1 FTE) continuing position, supported by external funds. This is a critical … Continue reading Community Engagement and Outreach Librarian


Production Assistant for Publishing Services

The Ohio State University Libraries publishes and hosts Open Access journals, archives the research and scholarship of campus partners, and promotes the open sharing of scholarly works created by Ohio State faculty, staff, and students. The Production Assistant for Publishing Services reports to the Production Services Manager and helps support the dissemination of research, scholarship, … Continue reading Production Assistant for Publishing Services


Kudos to the 2021-2022 Library Publishing Curriculum Editorial Board!

The Kudos program recognizes impactful work done by community members on behalf of the Library Publishing Coalition community.   This Kudos recognizes members of the 2021-2022 Library Publishing Curriculum Editorial Board for their excellent work on collaboratively writing a whole new Introductory module for the LP Curriculum: For the last 18 months, the editorial board … Continue reading Kudos to the 2021-2022 Library Publishing Curriculum Editorial Board!


Keynote: Janne Pölönen

Helsinki Initiative of Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication Janne Pölönen The Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication (www.helsinki-initiative.org) was launched in 2019 to foster an environment that values multilingual scholarly communication, science communication and open access to scholarly publications in all languages. The Initiative has three main goals: to promote multilingual dissemination of research knowledge … Continue reading Keynote: Janne Pölönen


Assistant Director for Open Publishing and Scholarly Communications

Reporting to and working with the Scholarly Communications Officer and Executive Director of Temple University Press, the Assistant Director, Open Publishing Initiatives and Scholarly Communications, provides vision, leadership and direction for strategic and operational planning for the Libraries’ open access digital scholarly publishing programs, the institutional repository (TUScholarShare), and the Open Access Publishing Fund, which … Continue reading Assistant Director for Open Publishing and Scholarly Communications


Assistant Professor, Instruction & Scholarly Communication Librarian

Library & Learning Services (L&LS) at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, invites applications for a faculty librarian position beginning July 2022. The position holds a 12-month contract and is non-tenure-track. Successful candidates will have demonstrated teaching experience, an understanding of trends in scholarly communication, and familiarity with promoting and integrating open resources in an academic … Continue reading Assistant Professor, Instruction & Scholarly Communication Librarian


Kudos to the 2021-2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee!

The Kudos program recognizes impactful work done by community members on behalf of the Library Publishing Coalition community. This Kudos recognizes members of the 2021-2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee for their excellent work on updates to the Roadmap for Anti-Racist Practice and organizing this year’s anti-racism community call: Many thanks to the members of … Continue reading Kudos to the 2021-2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee!


Scholarly Communications Librarian

Clemson Libraries seeks a dynamic, driven, and collaborative Scholarly Communications Librarian with exemplary communication skills to advance the Libraries’ scholarly communications initiatives. This position develops collaborative partnerships to facilitate a seamless, interdisciplinary, and university-wide network to support faculty and students in research publication and impact. The incumbent identifies, develops, and manage services and programs related … Continue reading Scholarly Communications Librarian


BIPOC Library Publishing Virtual Meetup

The Library Publishing Coalition invites Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) library publishing BIPOC workers or BIPOC interested in library publishing to a virtual meetup. This call will be a BIPOC-only space to build community and network, and will be hosted by Harrison Inefuku and Isabel Espinal on behalf of LPC’s Diversity, Equity, and … Continue reading BIPOC Library Publishing Virtual Meetup


Panel: PT-230

Day/Time: Thursday, May 26, 2:30pm – 3:30pm Student Journal Forum: From a local event to a Canada-wide movement Presenters Mariya Maistrovskaya, University of Toronto Libraries Sarah Severson, University of Alberta Library Description Student Journal Forum started as an in-person half-day event at the University of Toronto in 2015. It was piloted by a cross-departmental group … Continue reading Panel: PT-230


Full Session: Maturing Our Program: Criteria for Selection, Content Advisories, and Celebrating Great Work

Day/Time: Thursday, May 26,  11:30am – 12:30pm Presenters Laurie Taylor, University of Florida Perry Collins, University of Florida Chelsea Johnston, University of Florida Tracy MacKay-Ratliff, University of Florida Description The LibraryPress@UF started in 2016. Since then, we have been working to mature our program and publish. In 2021, we are set to release a dozen … Continue reading Full Session: Maturing Our Program: Criteria for Selection, Content Advisories, and Celebrating Great Work


Full Session: Let’s Talk! Building Library Support for Scholarly Societies Publications

Day/Time: Wednesday, May 25,  10:30am – 11:30am Presenters Emma Molls, University of Minnesota Lauren Collister, University of Pittsburgh Harrison W. Inefuku, Iowa State University Description This roundtable session will feature 3 library publishers with different perspectives on publishing, and consulting with, scholarly society journals. The presenters will share financial, outreach, and workflow examples from their … Continue reading Full Session: Let’s Talk! Building Library Support for Scholarly Societies Publications


Full Session: The scoop on XML article-level metadata and why it’s critical to equitable research dissemination

Day/Time: Thursday, May 19,  3:45pm – 4:45pm Presenters Alice Meadows, Director of Community Engagement at NISO Brian Cody, Co-Founder and CEO of Scholastica Description For your journal articles to reach the broadest possible readership, having them served up via online discovery services is paramount. That generally requires producing machine-readable XML metadata to deposit into content … Continue reading Full Session: The scoop on XML article-level metadata and why it’s critical to equitable research dissemination


Full Session: A library publisher, library consortium and library journal walk into a bar: A case study of adopting collaborative funding infrastructure to support library publishing

Day/Time: Thursday, May 19,  3:45pm – 4:45pm Presenters Curtis Brundy, Iowa State University Harrison W. Inefuku, Iowa State University Sharla Lair, LYRASIS Description In July 2021, the Iowa State University (ISU) Digital Press became the publisher of the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. ISU Digital Press committed to fully fund JLSC for the first … Continue reading Full Session: A library publisher, library consortium and library journal walk into a bar: A case study of adopting collaborative funding infrastructure to support library publishing


Panel and Lightning Talks: VT-230

Day/Time: Thursday, May 19, 2:30pm – 3:30pm The BCcampus Open Publishing Suite: Guides for Your Open Publishing Initiative Presenters Arianna Cheveldave, BCcampus Kaitlyn Zheng, BCcampus Description Since 2012, BCcampus Open Education has funded and published open educational resources for the post-secondary system in British Columbia, Canada. Over the years, BCcampus has developed a suite of … Continue reading Panel and Lightning Talks: VT-230


Full Session: Openness is not enough: Dismantling structural inequities on our quest for public knowledge

Day/Time: Thursday, May 19,  1:15pm – 2:15pm Presenters Kate Shuttleworth, Public Knowledge Project and Simon Fraser University Amanda Stevens, Public Knowledge Project Patricia Mangahis, Public Knowledge Project Description The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) was started in 1998 to equalize access to scholarly research and has since succeeded in enabling the publication of over 25,000 journals … Continue reading Full Session: Openness is not enough: Dismantling structural inequities on our quest for public knowledge


Panel-VW-4

Day/Time: Wednesday, May 18, 4:00pm – 5:00pm Houghton St Press: Student-led publishing at the London School of Economics Presenters Lucy Lambe, Scholarly Communications Officer, LSE Library, London School of Economics and Political Science Description LSE Library launched Houghton St Press in 2019 as the first university press imprint dedicated to publishing student work. We now … Continue reading Panel-VW-4