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Scholarly Publishing Librarian

The University of Oklahoma Libraries’ Scholarly Publishing Librarian supports day-to-day coordination and completion of scholarly publishing projects, including Open Educational Resource (OER) projects from the OU Libraries Alternative Textbook Grant and open access journals currently using the Open Journal Systems (OJS) platform. The Scholarly Publishing Librarian participates in the planning, development, and implementation of existing … Continue reading Scholarly Publishing Librarian


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


Introducing A.J. Boston, 2019-21 LPC Fellow: Contingent upon serendipity

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.    It is an honor to have been named in the second cohort of Library Publishing Coalition Fellows. I thank the community and its leadership … Continue reading Introducing A.J. Boston, 2019-21 LPC Fellow: Contingent upon serendipity


Program and Call for Proposals

The Call for Proposals for the 2021 Library Publishing Forum is closed. Program Monday, May 10 12:00 PM to 1 PM | Keynote address by Elaine L. Westbrooks, Vice Provost of University Libraries and University Librarian, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Inequity in scholarly communication: Engaging societies and their researchers in a new … Continue reading Program and Call for Proposals


LPForum 2019

The Library Publishing Forum is an annual conference bringing together representatives from libraries engaged in (or considering) publishing initiatives to define and address major questions and challenges; to identify and document collaborative opportunities; and to strengthen and promote this community of practice. The Forum includes representatives from a broad, international spectrum of academic library backgrounds, … Continue reading LPForum 2019


LPC Fellowship Program

These two-year fellowships are designed to enable participation in the LPC community by important voices who are not at member institutions, to broaden access to library publishing to underrepresented groups, and to mentor new library publishers.


A check-in on LPC’s strategic plan progress

It’s been nine months since LPC released our very ambitious 5-year strategic plan (PDF), setting out a range of objectives in three goal areas: 1) promulgate best practices in library publishing, 2) strengthen the community of library publishers, and 3) act as a focal point and a force multiplier for library publishing. The Board is … Continue reading A check-in on LPC’s strategic plan progress


Full Session: Order Out of Chaos: The Role of Standards (Existing and Emerging) in Building a Distributed Infrastructure

Friday, May 10, 1:15-2:15pm Room: Canfor Policy Room (1600) Presenters: James MacGregor: Public Knowledge Project; Davin Baragiotta, Érudit; Fabio Batalha, Érudit; Élise Bergeron, Érudit Description: PKP and Érudit are in the middle of a nationally funded project called Coalition Publi.ca, which involves, in part, the aggregation of scholarly content across a distributed ecosystem into one … Continue reading Full Session: Order Out of Chaos: The Role of Standards (Existing and Emerging) in Building a Distributed Infrastructure


Panel: Open Source Publishing Tools

Friday, May 10, 9:45-10:45am Room: Joseph & Rosalie Segal Centre (1400-1430) Determining Our Own Knowledge Futures: How Independent and Open Publishing Tools Can Lead Us Forward Travis Rich, Knowledge Futures Group Description: In order for mission driven publishers to flourish into the future, it is imperative that we establish our own innovation pathways. The development … Continue reading Panel: Open Source Publishing Tools


Panel: Understanding Usage

Thursday, May 9, 4:00-5:00pm Room: Joseph & Rosalie Segal Centre (1400-1430) Unpacking the Impact and Usage of Electronic Theses and Dissertations: A Case Study Kathryn Ruddock, University of Calgary; Christie Hurrell, University of Calgary Description: A graduate thesis or dissertation, for most graduate students, represents the culmination of years of research and study, and are … Continue reading Panel: Understanding Usage


Panel: Use This Resource

Thursday, May 9, 2:30-3:30pm Room: RBC Dominion Securities Executive Meeting Room (2200) Textbook Training Wheels: Developing Book Templates to Support OER Production Matt Ruen, Grand Valley State University Description: Producing an open educational resource (OER) often demands more than subject expertise alone. Formatting and designing a book can be as daunting an obstacle as writing … Continue reading Panel: Use This Resource


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


Reflections on the first meeting of the IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing

Sixty librarians met in Dublin, Ireland on Feb 28 – Mar1, 2019 as the first meeting of the International Federation of Library Association (IFLA)’s new Special Interest Group on Library Publishing.  The idea for this group developed from a pre-conference on library publishing in Michigan, USA prior to the 2016 IFLA World Congress/Annual Conference.  IFLA … Continue reading Reflections on the first meeting of the IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing


Michigan Publishing: Focus on discoverability and accessibility

In February 2019, we are publishing our second series of member profiles. These profiles showcase the wide variety of publishing work happening at member institutions, and celebrate our community’s contributions to the wider publishing landscape. This series will also spotlight resources the profiled institutions have contributed to the Shared Documentation library. Many thanks to the … Continue reading Michigan Publishing: Focus on discoverability and accessibility


General Software Developers

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) at Simon Fraser University (http://pkp.sfu.ca) is seeking full-time and part-time Software Developers to join our team in providing the leading open source platform for running academic journals, books, and conferences. Reporting to the Associate Director of Development, PKP Software Developers are responsible for designing, developing, and implementing clear and secure … Continue reading General Software Developers


LPC welcomes a new strategic affiliate: Creative Commons USA

The Library Publishing Coalition is delighted to welcome Creative Commons USA (CC USA) as a new strategic affiliate! A statement from CC USA: “Creative Commons USA is excited to announce that we have become a Strategic Affiliate of the Library Publishing Coalition. LPC is doing great work coordinating key stakeholders in the publishing of educational and … Continue reading LPC welcomes a new strategic affiliate: Creative Commons USA


Open Access Publishing Program Internship

The American Theological Library Association (ATLA) seeks an Open Access Publishing Program Intern to assist with the ATLA Press, ATLA’s open access publishing program. ATLA Press is comprised of three components: (1) open access scholarly books, (2) association edited open access journals, and (3) an open access journal hosting service. The mission of the ATLA … Continue reading Open Access Publishing Program Internship


One library’s scholar-led, scholar-owned manifesto

This is an invited guest post by Paige Mann at the University of Redlands.  ***** “As we expand the footprint of library publishing, we must continue to dialogue with colleagues about the increasing corporatization of academic libraries, and how scholar-led and/or scholar-owned is necessary for the good of our institutions, researchers, students, mainstream and marginalized … Continue reading One library’s scholar-led, scholar-owned manifesto


Publication Management System Coordinator

Position Summary The Publishing Group at the California Digital Library provides a range of platforms and professional services to support the scholarly communication needs of researchers across the University of California’s 10-campus system. UC’s open access repository and publishing platform (eScholarship.org) is the most publicly visible of these efforts, but additional support is provided via … Continue reading Publication Management System Coordinator


Reflection on research: The relevance of information behavior studies to the work of library publishing

This is a guest post by Dan Tracy, the 2018 recipient of the Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Library Publishing. LPC’s Research Committee asked Dan to write a post for the blog to highlight his research and inspire others in the community to investigate topics of interest to our growing field. ********* “Experimentation in online … Continue reading Reflection on research: The relevance of information behavior studies to the work of library publishing