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Repository Librarian

POSITION:          Repository LibrarianAVAILABLE:        August 1, 2015   The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Library seeks a Repository Librarian for the Carolina Digital Repository.  Reporting to the Head of Software Development within the division of Library and Information Technology (LIT), the Repository Librarian is responsible for day-to-day management and operations of the … Continue reading Repository Librarian


Panel Fr1

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM How to cooperate with Sci-Hub and Libgen (if at all) ? Presenter: Mikael Böök, IFLA (personal affiliate) Description: The Sci-Hub service and the Libgen repository are two widely used ‘shadow libraries’ (Karaganis  2018) that provide open access to millions of research articles and books. As the … Continue reading Panel Fr1


Panel We1

Day/Time: Wednesday, May 12, 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM How DOAJ disseminates metadata from your open access journal to key discovery services worldwide Presenter: Dom Mitchell, Operations Manager, DOAJ Description: DOAJ works with all the major discovery services. All article metadata uploaded to DOAJ is available for free. It is collected and disseminated around the … Continue reading Panel We1


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


Panel Mo4b

Day/Time: Monday, May 10, 4:00 PM to 5 PM Meet Rebus Ink: An open, values-driven research workflow tool for the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Presenter: Zoe Wake Hyde, Rebus Foundation Description: Rebus Ink is an open source research workflow tool, designed to support arts, humanities and social science researchers to manage and draw insights … Continue reading Panel Mo4b


Panel Mo4a

Day/Time: Monday, May 10, 4:00 PM to 5 PM Publishing Undergraduate Research: From Serendipity to Strategy Presenters: Sarah Frankel, University of Louisville Rachel Howard, University of Louisville Description: A combination of ambitious and motivated first-year students, a newly-formed IR Advisory Board including members of a university’s strategic planning subcommittee, and a pandemic led to the … Continue reading Panel Mo4a


Panel Mo1b

Day/Time: Monday, May 10, 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM Growing Knowledge in Living Handbooks: The Open-Access Platform PUBLISSO Presenters: Gregor Schumann, ZB MED – German National Library of Medicine Uta Woiwod, ZB MED – German National Library of Medicine Description: This presentation introduces the audience to the “Living Handbook” project, an open-access publishing format for … Continue reading Panel Mo1b


Lightning Talks

Day/Time: Thursday, May 13, 12:00 PM to 1 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: Presenting Preprints: Are Library Publishers the New Facebook?

Day/Time: Thursday, May 13, 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM Presenters Lisa Schiff, Associate Director, Publishing, Archives, and Digitization, California Digital Library, University of California Juan Pablo Alperin, Co-director of the ScholCommLab; Associate Director of Research of the Public Knowledge Project; Assistant Professor in the School of Publishing at Simon Fraser University, Canada Bruce Caron, Co-Founder, … Continue reading Full Session: Presenting Preprints: Are Library Publishers the New Facebook?


Full Session: Transition Partnerships: How Library Publishing Services Can Support Society Publishing Transitions to Open Access Self-Sufficiency

Day/Time: Monday, May 10, 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM Presenters: David Scherer, Carnegie Mellon University Rikk Mulligan, Carnegie Mellon University Ryan Splenda, Carnegie Mellon University Description: As more library publishing services become operational, academics and their professional societies will be presented with a wider array of publishers and publishing models from which to choose. While … Continue reading Full Session: Transition Partnerships: How Library Publishing Services Can Support Society Publishing Transitions to Open Access Self-Sufficiency


Scholarly Communication Librarian

Boston College Libraries are seeking a knowledgeable, collaborative, and creative individual to develop and further our scholarly communications initiatives. Reporting to the Associate University Librarian for Research & Learning, the Scholarly Communications Librarian will be an active member in a cohort of academic support teams in the Libraries, which includes Digital Scholarship, Educational Initiatives and … Continue reading Scholarly Communication Librarian


Workflow Diagram Software Options

In celebration of Documentation Month, I wanted to share a brief workflow diagram tool evaluation that I created early in the LPW project. There are an overwhelming number of tools and platforms for creating workflow diagrams, and I relied on a number of lists and reviews to find some candidates that could potentially work. While … Continue reading Workflow Diagram Software Options


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


Open Educational Resources & Scholarly Communication Lead

George Mason University Libraries is seeking a dynamic, innovative, and service-oriented individual to join a team of educators and service providers supporting George Mason faculty, researchers, students, and staff with needs related to Open Educational Resources (OER), Copyright, Fair Use, Open Licensing, and other scholarly communication matters. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment … Continue reading Open Educational Resources & Scholarly Communication Lead


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 state of the field: An excerpt from the 2021 Library Publishing Directory

As much as we love the searchable online interface for the Library Publishing Directory, it doesn’t include the introduction found in the print, PDF, and EPUB versions. Each year, the Directory‘s introduction includes a ‘state of the field’ based on that year’s data that highlights trends and new developments in library publishing as reported by the programs that contribute their … Continue reading The state of the field: An excerpt from the 2021 Library Publishing Directory


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!


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


OER, Accessibility, and STEM: An Interview with Anita Walz

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.  Introduction Talea: Anita, you and I started having regular conversations as part of the mentorship that LPC organized for fellows. You’ve been working for some time now … Continue reading OER, Accessibility, and STEM: An Interview with Anita Walz


LPC Publishing Practice Awards

The Library Publishing Coalition is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for the first annual Publishing Practice Awards. These awards are designed to recognize and raise awareness of effective and sustainable library publishing practices.   The Publishing Practice Awards will highlight library publishing programs that exemplify concepts advanced in the LPC’s An … Continue reading LPC Publishing Practice Awards