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Kudos!

The Kudos program recognizes impactful work done by community members on behalf of the Library Publishing Coalition community. * * * * * * * * * * This month we have two Kudos to celebrate! For their work on awarding the FIRST Publishing Practice Awards: Laureen Boutang (University of Minnesota), Clayton Hayes (Wayne State … Continue reading Kudos!


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!


Recording of LPWorkflows ‘Working through the Pain’ panel is available!

In May, Brandon Locke (Educopia Institute), Jennifer Beamer (Claremont Colleges Library), Sonya Betz (University of Alberta Library), and Joshua Neds-Fox (Wayne State University Libraries) discussed the lessons they’ve learned from the LPWorkflows project so far, and how the process of documentation has impacted their program’s approach at the Library Publishing Forum. The recording of their … Continue reading Recording of LPWorkflows ‘Working through the Pain’ panel is available!


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


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


LPC Statement Supporting Asian Americans and Asians

The Library Publishing Coalition stands together with the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA), the American Library Association’s Executive Board, the Black Caucus of ALA, and other librarians, library institutions, and library users in recognizing and condemning anti-Asian hate crimes in the US and elsewhere. During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in discrimination, … Continue reading LPC Statement Supporting Asian Americans and Asians


Full Session: Working through the Pain: How Library Publishers are Learning from Workflow Documentation

Day/Time: Monday, May 10, 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM Presenters Jennifer Beamer, Claremont Colleges Library Sonya Betz, University of Alberta Library Brandon Locke, Educopia Institute Joshua Neds-Fox, Wayne State University Libraries Description Library Publishing Workflows (LPW) is an IMLS-funded research project of Educopia Institute, Library Publishing Coalition, and 12 partner libraries to investigate, synchronize, and … Continue reading Full Session: Working through the Pain: How Library Publishers are Learning from Workflow Documentation


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


LPC Peer Mentorship Program Update and 2021 Signups

It’s time to reflect on the 2020 Peer Mentorship Program and to kick off participation for 2021! The 2020 cohort was special because we tried something new: Rather than having specific mentor and mentee roles, the focus was on peer mentor relationships. Keep reading to learn about how it went, and how to get involved … Continue reading LPC Peer Mentorship Program Update and 2021 Signups


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


Announcing the winners of the 2020 Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Library Publishing

As participation in library publishing grows, the development of a strong evidence base to inform best practices and demonstrate impact is essential. To encourage research and theoretical work about library publishing services, the Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) gives an annual Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Library Publishing. The award recognizes significant and timely contributions to library … Continue reading Announcing the winners of the 2020 Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Library Publishing


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


Call for Applications: Library Publishing Curriculum Editorial Board Members

The LPC Board seeks applications for the Library Publishing Curriculum Editorial Board. Created in partnership with the Educopia Institute as part of a project generously funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Library Publishing Curriculum is moving to its permanent home as an ongoing program of the LPC. Under the leadership of … Continue reading Call for Applications: Library Publishing Curriculum Editorial Board Members


LPC Mentorship Program: Looking back at year one, getting involved for year two!

It’s time to reflect on the pilot year of our new Mentorship Program and to kick off participation for year two! We’ve made some exciting changes for year two – keep reading to learn about our new focus for 2020 (peer mentorship) and how to get involved. The pilot year: How did it go? (Spoiler: … Continue reading LPC Mentorship Program: Looking back at year one, getting involved for year two!


Meet the Library Publishing Workflow Project Partners

This post is part of a running series on the Library Publishing Workflows (LPW) project, which is investigating and modeling journal publishing workflows in libraries. LPW is a collaboration between the Library Publishing Coalition, Educopia Institute, and twelve partner libraries, and is generously funded by an Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant. … Continue reading Meet the Library Publishing Workflow Project Partners


Meet the Library Publishing Workflows Advisors

This post is part of a running series on the Library Publishing Workflows (LPW) project, which is investigating and modeling journal publishing workflows in libraries. LPW is a collaboration between the Library Publishing Coalition, Educopia Institute, and twelve partner libraries, and is generously funded by an Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant. … Continue reading Meet the Library Publishing Workflows Advisors