Have a cool project happening at your library? Mulling over a big topic? Want an excuse to collaborate with peers in the library publishing world? You’re in luck – the call for proposals for the 2019 Library Publishing Forum is now open! As we did for the 2018 Forum, we are accepting proposals for two different types of sessions: individual presentations (15 minutes) and full sessions (60 minutes). Individual presentations are a great opportunity to showcase a project, a workflow, an in-progress program or research project, etc. Full sessions will dig a little deeper, with multi-institution presentations or interactive formats.
While we don’t have a formal conference theme, we do have a set of mini-themes and topic suggestions, inspired by LPC’s new strategic plan:
- Proposals that consider and promote discussions of diversity and inclusion
- Case studies that highlight new initiatives, partnerships, or research
- Sessions that focus on professional development and shared best practices
- Sessions that envision the library publishing community working together (or joining forces with others) to tackle challenges at scale
- Sessions exploring the role of library publishing in the bigger context of scholarly communication
Proposals are due November 30, so put your thinking cap on! For more information, view the full call for proposals. If you’re ready to submit, head on over to the submission form: