Dates: Sunday, May 20 through Monday, May 21, 2018
Location: University of Minnesota
Registration: free (limit 15)


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 with multimedia content. The workshop will cover the fundamentals of editorial, design, and production of multimedia content within a scholarly publishing context, including a brief history of scholarly multimedia publishing over the last 25 years. Specific discussions on acquisitions and developmental feedback, peer review, copy- and design-editing, and publication and preservation processes will be covered over the two days. Participants will leave with a set of digital media best practices that they can share with colleagues at their home institutions. For more information on KairosCamp Authors and Editors workshops, please visit http://kairos.camp.


Registration and Logistics

KairosCamp-LPF is limited to 15 participants and is free for Library Publishing Forum attendees. By registering, participants are committing to attend both days of the workshop. Registration is available on a first-come, first-served basis (with no more than two people per organization attending, please). If registration is full, email contact@librarypublishing.org to be placed on a waitlist. 

In addition to the free workshop, participants will receive two nights of free lodging at The Graduate Minneapolis (the conference hotel) during the pre-conference workshop as well as breakfast and lunch during the two-day workshop. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to Minneapolis, LPF registration, and any additional lodging they may need for the LPF conference itself. KairosCamp is generously funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities grant.

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Agenda

May 20: 9am – 4pm

Morning: What is digital media publishing?
Histories, examples, pros/cons – a close look at the scholarly, social, and technical infrastructures of digital publishing

Afternoon: Developmental Editing
Peer- review options and editorial development for digital media scholarship.

May 21: 9am – 4pm

Morning: Design Editing
How does one “edit” digital media scholarship? How do editorial workflows change with digital media?

Afternoon: Access and Preservation
The relationship between technical infrastructures, (open) access, preservation, and rights.