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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 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


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


Librarian for Digital Publishing, Curation, and Conversion

The Pepperdine Libraries seeks an energetic, skilled individual to fill the important position of Librarian for Digital Publishing, Curation and Conversion. Reporting to the Dean of Libraries, the Librarian plays a leading role in the presentation of Pepperdine’s unique collections and scholarly output to the world and works closely with special collections and university archives … Continue reading Librarian for Digital Publishing, Curation, and Conversion


LPForum20: Make the Open Access Directory Better for All: A Library Publishers Edit-a-thon

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 Julie Goldman, Sally Gore, Lisa Palmer, and Regina Raboin This blog post is brought to you by the Editorial … Continue reading LPForum20: Make the Open Access Directory Better for All: A Library Publishers Edit-a-thon


Full Session: Making Digital Monographs: Rethinking Relationships and Collaborative Models

Day: Wednesday, May 6, 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM Room: TBD Presenters: Allison Levy, Brown University; Sarah McKee, Emory University; Sara Sikes, University of Connecticut Description: Over the past decade, the scholarly community has created a remarkable, and often overwhelming, array of digital tools, publishing platforms, and models for open access funding and distribution. Humanities … Continue reading Full Session: Making Digital Monographs: Rethinking Relationships and Collaborative Models


The state of the field: An excerpt from the 2020 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 2020 Library Publishing Directory


Meet the Library Publishing Workflows Team

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 Team


Panel: Perspectives on Book Publishing

Thursday, May 9, 10:00-11:00am Room: Barrick Gold Lecture Room (1520) Publishing an Open Access Monograph Ally Laird, Open Publishing Program Specialist, Penn State University Libraries Description: In 2017, the Penn State Libraries Open Publishing Program received a publishing proposal from the Penn State Press for a fully digital Open Access edited collection. The editor’s criteria … Continue reading Panel: Perspectives on Book Publishing


CFP open for IFLA midterm meeting on library publishing

Library publishers around the world (but especially in western Europe), check out this call for proposals! The new IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing is sponsoring a mid-term event in Dublin, Ireland in February, hosted by LPC member Dublin Business School. Please note that proposals are due by January 15th! IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) … Continue reading CFP open for IFLA midterm meeting on library publishing


Three publishing conferences with a common theme of diversity and whiteness

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 . ********* “The lesson that we are all learning, myself included, is that to simply do our jobs as we’ve been doing them is not enough. We … Continue reading Three publishing conferences with a common theme of diversity and whiteness


Syracuse University: Building capacity for open access and open publishing

As we gear up for the Library Publishing Forum and the start of a new membership year in July, we are publishing a series of member profiles. These profiles will showcase the wide variety of publishing work happening at member institutions, and celebrate our community’s contributions to the wider publishing landscape. Many thanks to the members who … Continue reading Syracuse University: Building capacity for open access and open publishing


Minitex: Where academic and public library publishing meet

As we gear up for the Library Publishing Forum and the start of a new membership year in July, we are publishing a series of member profiles. These profiles will showcase the wide variety of publishing work happening at member institutions, and celebrate our community’s contributions to the wider publishing landscape. Many thanks to the … Continue reading Minitex: Where academic and public library publishing meet


KairosCamp Editors Workshop

About The two-day KairosCamp Editors Workshop will be held May 20–21, 2018, at University of Minnesota Library prior to the start of the 2018 Library Publishing Forum. This free workshop, staffed by experts in scholarly multimedia publishing, is developed for book or journal editors and publishers who are interested in beginning or honing their experience … Continue reading KairosCamp Editors Workshop


Meet Charlotte Roh, 2017-18 LPC Fellow

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. Charlotte Roh is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of San Francisco and recipient of the 2017 LPC Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Library … Continue reading Meet Charlotte Roh, 2017-18 LPC Fellow


Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian

The MIT Libraries seek an entrepreneurial and enthusiastic professional with a commitment to making scholarly research as openly accessible as possible. The Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian will join a newly created, innovative department which incorporates collections resource management under the umbrella of a strong and long-standing scholarly communications program. As part of that team, … Continue reading Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian


Analytics for Library Publishers

Abstracts 10 Altmetrics Trends to Watch if You are a Library Publisher As scholarly communications have moved from print to online, the ecosystem of tools to quantify engagement and impact have evolved as well.  We will discuss trends affecting publishing in our digitally connected world, and how data can be mined and analyzed to both … Continue reading Analytics for Library Publishers


Digital Scholarship Librarian

Job Category:Faculty    Department: Library & Information Services    Organization: Library & Instructional Support    Location: Logan Campus    Posting Duration: Open Until Filled    Position Summary: Utah State University Libraries seek an innovative, collaborative, and proactive librarian to assume management of the Libraries’ digital scholarship efforts, including the university’s thriving institutional repository (IR), DigitalCommons@USU, … Continue reading Digital Scholarship 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