Schedule at-a-glance

Sunday, May 20

Monday, May 21

Tuesday, May 22

Wednesday, May 23

  • Full day: Library Publishing Forum (conference)
  • Evening: social outing [tentative, details TBD] (social)

Thursday, May 24


Library Publishing Forum Program

The Forum program can also be accessed at https://librarypublishingforum2018.sched.com. Sessions marked with   will be livestreamed via LPC’s Twitter account.

 

Tuesday, May 22

7:30am – 5:00pm | Registration


7:30 – 8:30am | Breakfast


8:00 – 8:30am | Welcome and Opening Remarks


8:30 – 9:30am | Keynote address by Catherine Kudlick, San Francisco State University  

Disabilité! Accessibilité! Diversité!: Expanding the Cultural Framework for Library Publishing [slides] [video]


9:30 – 10:00am | Coffee Break


10:00 – 11:00am | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
University Libraries and University Presses: Working towards true collaboration   [slides]
Thomas Hickerson, Libraries & Cultural Resources, University of Calgary; Brian Scrivener, University of Calgary Press; Guylaine Beaudry, Concordia University Library; Geoffrey Little, Concordia University Press

FULL SESSION
Digital Preservation for Library Publishers: Raising Awareness   [slides]
Heather Staines, Hypothesis; Wendy Robertson, University of Iowa; Jeremy Morse, University of Michigan Publishing

PANEL: EVALUATION AND CHANGE
Charting the New Frontier in Library Publishing: Using Janeway as an Open-Source Library Publishing Platform  [video]
David Scherer, Rikk Mulligan, and Dan Evans, Carnegie Mellon University

Reaching Public Library Audiences with the DPLA Exchange   [slides] [video]
Michelle Bickert, DPLA

Evolution Through Collaboration: Exploring Participatory Change in a Library Publishing Program   [video] [slides]
Matt Ruen and Jacklyn Rander, Grand Valley State University Libraries


11:15am – 12:15pm | Concurrent Sessions

PANEL: NEW DIRECTIONS
Your Sh*t Isn’t Really Open: A challenge to all of us in ScholCommLand
Amy Buckland, University of Guelph

Exploring Open Data Policies for Library Publishing  [slides] [video]
Monica Westin, California Digital Library

Understanding the New Publishing Goals of Scholars: Toward a Sustainable Model for Broadly Accessible Library Publishing   [slides] [video]
Janet Swatscheno, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

PANEL: NON-TEXTUAL PUBLISHING
Accessible Transformations of Early Web-based Archives   [video]
Karl Stolley and Katie Ediger, Illinois Institute of Technology

New Directions in Digital Library Publishing: Increasing Access to Non-Textual Cultural Dance Narratives   [slides] [video]
Sara Benson, Copyright Librarian and Assistant Professor, University of Illinois Library; Harriett Green, University of Illinois Library

PANEL: WORKING WITH A SCHOLARLY COMMUNITY
Library and Societies as Publishing Partner   [slides] [video]
Suzanne Stapleton, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries

Coalition Publi.ca: A Canadian Initiative for a Sustainable Publishing Environment in HSS   [video]
Emilie Paquin and Élise Bergeron, Érudit.org

A University Library and a Scholarly Society Walk Into a Bar… Leveraging Open-Source Technologies Together to Help Researchers Tell a More Textured Story About Their Work   [video]
Nicky Agate, Columbia University


12:15 – 1:15pm | Lunch

LUNCHTIME CONVERSATION
Making scholarly communications and the research environment more open, inclusive, and equitable (ACRL Research Agenda)
Nancy Maron, BlueSky to BluePrint


1:15 – 2:15pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
No Publisher Is an Island: How to Find and Work with Freelance Editorial and Design Professionals   [slides] [slides]
Jody Bailey, University of Texas at Arlington; Peter Potter, Virginia Tech; Kellie M. Hultgren, KMH Editing; Madeleine Vasaly

PANEL: COLLABORATION
The Michigan Experience: A Cross-institutional, Cross-stakeholder Publishing Collaboration   [video]
Carolyn Morris, BiblioLabs

Subject Librarianship in Flux: Scholarly Communication Partnerships at Dublin City University  
Alexander Kouker, Dublin City University Library

Toward Justice: Reflections on A Lesson Before Dying: Community Engagement through Library Publishing   [slides] [video]
Robin A. Bedenbaugh and Holly Mercer, University of Tennessee

FULL SESSION
The Publishing Cooperative at the Open Textbook Network: Challenges & Opportunities in Launching an Open Textbook Publishing Program   [slides] [video]
Karen Lauritsen, Open Textbook Network; Beth Bernhardt and Anna Craft, UNC Greensboro; Karen Bjork, Portland State University; Corinne Guimont and Anita Walz, Virginia Tech; Amanda Larson, Penn State University ; Carla Myers, Miami University


2:30 – 3:30pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
Fellows Forum   [slides] [slides]
Catherine Mitchell, California Digital Library/2017-18 LPC Board President; Reggie Raju, University of Cape Town, 2017-18 LPC Fellow; Charlotte Roh, University of San Francisco, 2017-2018 LPC Fellow

PANEL: THE EDITORIAL SIDE
Think Like an Editor  
Patrick Hogan, American Library Association

The Pain of Peer-Review for a Small Press  
Amy Filiatreau, Lynn University

Support for Multilingual Journals using Open Journal Systems [slides]
Camille Thomas and Jessica Kirschner, Texas Tech University; Vanessa Gabler and Timothy Deliyannides, University of Pittsburgh

FULL SESSION
Extending and Measuring Impact   [slides] [video]
Elizabeth Scarpelli, Director, University of Cincinnati Press; Jason Colman, Director, Michigan Publishing Services, University of Michigan Library; John W. Warren, Director, George Mason University Press/Mason Publishing


3:30 – 4:00pm | Coffee Break


4:00 – 5:00pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
DigitalCommons Users Discuss the bepress Acquisition
Paul Royster, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Roger Weaver, Missouri Science and Technical University; Marilyn Billings, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Phillip Fitzsimmons, Southwest Oklahoma State University; Terri Fishel, Macalester College

FULL SESSION
Approaches to Tracking the Impacts of Library- and Press-Published Monographs   [slides] [video 1] [video 2]
Stacy Konkiel, Altmetric; Kevin Hawkins, University of North Texas; Sarah McKee, Emory University

FULL SESSION
A Statewide Solution for Libraries Supporting Self-Publishing   [video]
Valerie Horton and Matt Lee, Minitex; Shane Nackerud, University of Minnesota Libraries


6:00 – 8:00pm | Reception, Weisman Art Museum


Wednesday, May 23

7:30am – 5:00pm | Registration


8:00 – 9:00am | Breakfast


8:30 – 9:30am | LPC Membership Meeting: Navigating the choppy waters of library publishing infrastructure


9:45 – 10:45am | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
Iterating the Ethical Framework for Library Publishing: A Working Session   [video 1] [video 2]
Joshua Neds-Fox, Wayne State University; Charlotte Roh, University of San Francisco

FULL SESSION
What’s Your (Business) Plan? How to Move your Library Publishing Service Forward Strategically [slides]
Kate McCready, Emma Molls, Shane Nackerud, and Laureen Boutang, University of Minnesota

PANEL: APPROACHES TO MONOGRAPH PUBLISHING
How we designed an open access & open source publishing workflow for research output of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences   [slides] [video]
Dylan Degeling, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

An Open-Access Triple Triumph: Collaborating at Syracuse University Libraries   [slides] [video]
Amanda Page, Syracuse University Libraries

New Directions in Open Scholarship: From Journals to Monographs – a Use Case   [slides]
Rosarie Coughlan, Queen’s University


10:45 – 11:15am | Coffee Break


11:15am – 12:15pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
DOAJ Application Workshop with Editor Judith Barnsby [slides]
Judith Barnsby, DOAJ; members of the LPC DOAJ Task Force

FULL SESSION
Librarians and Specialists and Coordinators, Oh My!: Labor in Library Publishing [slides]
Annie Johnson, Temple University; Emily Gattozzi, Bowling Green State University; Nina Collins, Purdue University

FULL SESSION
Balancing Vendor Collaborations for Sustainable Library Publishing   [slides]
Matthew Hunter, Florida State University; Peter Potter, Virginia Tech; Brian Hole, CEO, Ubiquity Press; James MacGregor, Public Knowledge Project


12:15 – 1:15pm | Lunch

LUNCHTIME CONVERSATION
Library Publisher-University Press lunchtime conversation
Beth Fuget, University of Washington; Kathryn Conrad, University of Arizona Press


1:15 – 2:15pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
The University Press and the Library Publisher: Spanning Boundaries to Create Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Professional Development Resources for Library Publishers   [slides]
Hannah Ballard, Educopia Institute; Sara Benson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Peter Berkery, AAUP; Laurie Taylor, University of Florida; John W. Warren, George Mason University Press/Mason Publishing

FULL SESSION
Strengthening the Scholarly Record: A Workshop on Crafting Metadata Records and DOIs with Crossref [slides]
Jennifer Kemp and Shayn Smulyan, Crossref

FULL SESSION  
Getting Found / Staying Found: Practical Strategies for Improving Discovery for Online Journals   [slides] [video]
Roger Gillis, Dalhousie University/Public Knowledge Project; Andrea Pritt, Pennsylvania State University/Public Knowledge Project; Andrea Kosavic, York University Libraries; Sonya Betz, University of Alberta; Jeannette Hatherill, University of Ottawa


2:30 – 3:30pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
Developing Library Support for Publishing Expansive Digital Humanities Projects  
David Hansen and Paolo Mangiafico, Duke University Libraries; Liz Milewicz, Duke University

PANEL: INTERSECTIONS OF LIBRARY PUBLISHING AND PEDAGOGY
Expanding Scholarly Communication Instruction for the Next Generation
of LIS Leaders: Building an Open Educational Resource to Support the Work of Scholarly Communication   
[slides] [video]
Maria Bonn, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Publishing Literacy in the For-Credit Classroom: Assessing Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research Student Editors   [slides] [video]
Sarah Hare, Indiana University

Beta Testing an Open Access Monograph Publishing Lab: Brainstorm Books at UCSB Library  [slides] [video]
Sherri L. Barnes, University of California, Santa Barbara; Eileen A. Fradenburg Joy, Punctum Books

FULL SESSION
Getting the Word Out: Strategies for Reaching Your Readers   [slides] [slides] [video]
Kathryn Conrad, University of Arizona Press; Emily Hamilton, University of Minnesota Press; Becky Welzenbach, University of Michigan Library; John W. Warren, Mason Publishing Group/George Mason University Press


3:30 – 4:00pm | Coffee Break


4:00 – 5:00pm | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
Taking the Leap: Experiences Planning and Implementing a Migration to OJS 3   [video 1] [video 2]
Sarah Hare, Indiana University; Emma Molls, University of Minnesota; University of Minnesota; Ted Polley, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

FULL SESSION
What OA Policy Administrators, I.R. Managers, and Scholarly Communication Officers Want from Publishers  
John G. Dove, Paloma & Associates; David Scherer, Carnegie-Mellon University; Barbara DeFelice, Dartmouth College; Jonathan Bull, Valparaiso University

PANEL: DISCOVERY
On Adding Platforms to Improve Sustainability: The Case for the Minimal Journal   [video]
Kerri O’Connell and Alexander Gil Fuentes, Columbia University

If They See Them, They Will Come​: Improving Visibility and Reuse of Library-Published Journals   [slides] [video]

Marianne Reed, University of Kansas Libraries

 


5:00 – 5:15pm | Closing Remarks


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