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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


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, @anniekjohn For the past five years, I have worked for both Temple University Libraries … Continue reading Intersections: Not Quite a Librarian, Not Quite a Publisher: What It’s Like to Work for a Library and a University Press


Library Publishing Curriculum

LPC is the steward of the Library Publishing Curriculum, a suite of synchronous and asynchronous professional development offerings for librarians that are open and free under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license for anyone to offer or adapt. This dynamic, extensible curriculum is intended to empower librarians to meet local demands to launch and/or … Continue reading Library Publishing Curriculum


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


LPC Quarterly Update

Check out our latest Quarterly Update! It includes: Community News Research Interests Match Program LPC statement supporting Asian Americans and Asians New LPC board members elected New Strategic Affiliate 2021 Library Publishing Directory LPC Roadmap for Anti-Racist Practice Library Publishing Documentation Toolkit Kudos! Library Publishing Forum Updates for the Forum LPC Research Updates from the … Continue reading LPC Quarterly Update


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


Transitions: Transitioning from tenure-track disciplinary faculty to library staff

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 Cheryl E. Ball, Wayne State University I’m still searching for the correct terminology to describe my previous life in the academy: For almost 20 years, I worked towards … Continue reading Transitions: Transitioning from tenure-track disciplinary faculty to library staff


Keynote: Opening minds to open infrastructure

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 12:00 PM to 1 PM Keynote Speaker: Kaitlin Thaney Bio: Kaitlin Thaney is the Executive Director of Invest in Open Infrastructure, a non-profit initiative dedicated to improving funding and resourcing for the open technologies and systems that research relies on. She previously served as the Endowment Director for the Wikimedia Foundation, where she led development … Continue reading Keynote: Opening minds to open infrastructure


Keynote: Inequity in scholarly communication: Engaging societies and their researchers in a new sustainable future

Day/Time: Monday, May 10, 12:00 PM to 1 PM Keynote Speaker: Elaine Westbrooks Bio: Since August 2017, Elaine L. Westbrooks has been the Vice Provost of University Libraries and University Librarian at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  She is responsible for the leadership and general administration of the University Libraries which includes … Continue reading Keynote: Inequity in scholarly communication: Engaging societies and their researchers in a new sustainable future


Transitions: No longer new, but still here

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 Emma Molls, University of Minnesota Last summer, from behind a handbuilt desk in my makeshift home office, I started my eighth year as an academic librarian. Eight … Continue reading Transitions: No longer new, but still here


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


Panel Fr4b

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 4:00 PM to 5 PM An Update from the DOAJ and the LPC Community Relationship Presenters: David Scherer, Carnegie Mellon University Emma Molls, University of Minnesota Judith Barnsby, DOAJ Description: In 2017/2018 the LPC convened a task force of members to work on community relationships and training to support journal indexing … Continue reading Panel Fr4b


Panel Fr4a

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 4:00 PM to 5 PM (Re)defining a library’s journal hosting service: higher expectations, improved support Presenters: Mariya Maistrovskaya, University of Toronto Libraries Priscilla Carmini, University of Toronto Libraries Description: In 2019, the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) set out to examine its eligibility and support criteria for hosted journals and align … Continue reading Panel Fr4a


Panel Fr2

Day/Time: Friday, May 14, 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM Measuring Impact: Reflecting on University of Michigan Press’ COVID-19 Response Presenter: Emma DiPasquale, Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library Description: In response to the request of the International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) for “creative solutions that allows critical access to publisher content for the research … Continue reading Panel Fr2


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 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 Th1b

Day/Time: Thursday, May 13, 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM ‘Opening the Future’ – a new funding model for open-access monographs: introducing an innovative approach to publishing OA books through library membership funding Presenters: Martin Paul Eve, Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing, Birkbeck (University of London), Open Library of the Humanities, & COPIM Contact info … Continue reading Panel Th1b


Panel We1

Day/Time: Wednesday, May 12, 2:45 PM to 3:45 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