Pacific University Libraries
Publishing Services and Pacific University PressIsaac Gilman, Dean of University Libraries
The creation and dissemination of scholarly knowledge is a vital part of the Pacific University Libraries’ mission, including the scholarship and creative efforts of Pacific’s faculty, staff, and students, and the work of scholars at other academic institutions. These works also have the potential to benefit people outside of the University. Our publishing program provides a way for knowledge to be shared, discovered, and used in new and unanticipated ways.
- Publishing activities began: 2010
- Location: United States
- Languages published: English
- Organization: centralized library publishing unit/department
- Stage of publishing efforts (1-3): 3 - Established
- Stage comments:
- Open access focus (1-5): 4 - Very Important
- Program advisory/editorial board: No
- Peer reviewed journals: 100%
- Library operating budget: 90%
- Endowment income: 10%
Publishing ActivitiesTypes of publications: electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs); journals, campus-based faculty-created; journals, campus-based student-created; journals, contracted by external groups; monographs.
|Conference papers and proceedings, faculty|
|Conference papers and proceedings, student|
|Educational resources (e.g., textbooks, course modules)|
|Electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs)|
|Journals, campus-based faculty-created||1|
|Journals, campus-based student-created||1|
|Journals, contracted by external groups||1|
|Journals, inactive back issues|
|Undergraduate capstones/honors theses|
2021: New publications from July 2020 to June 2021. Journals include titles actively publishing during the date range. Other publication types include items that were published or added to repositories for the first time within the date range.
OA/Paid/Hybrid: Publications currently published and/or available online. OA (open access) publications do not include counts for hybrid publications. Hybrid publications are those that offer a combination of both open access and pay-access content.
PartnersInternal partners: campus departments or programs
Openness to working with external partners: Consider external partners if there is a tie to my institution (e.g. local editor of a journal for an external scholarly society)
Part of a consortium that provides support for publishing?
Work with a university press?
Administer a university press?