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


9:30 – 10:00am | Coffee Break


10:00 – 11:00am | Concurrent Sessions

FULL SESSION
University Libraries and University Presses: Working towards true collaboration  
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  
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 
David Scherer, Rikk Mulligan, and Dan Evans, Carnegie Mellon University

Reaching Public Library Audiences with the DPLA Exchange  
Michelle Bickert, DPLA

Evolution Through Collaboration: Exploring Participatory Change in a Library Publishing Program  
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 
Monica Westin, California Digital Library

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

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

New Directions in Digital Library Publishing: Increasing Access to Non-Textual Cultural Dance Narratives  
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  
Suzanne Stapleton, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries

Coalition Publi.ca: A Canadian Initiative for a Sustainable Publishing Environment in HSS  
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  
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  
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  
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  
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  
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  
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
Camille Thomas and Jessica Kirschner, Texas Tech University; Vanessa Gabler and Timothy Deliyannides, University of Pittsburgh

FULL SESSION
Extending and Measuring Impact  
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  
Stacy Konkiel, Altmetric; Kevin Hawkins, University of North Texas; Sarah McKee, Emory University

FULL SESSION
A Statewide Solution for Libraries Supporting Self-Publishing  
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  
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
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  
Dylan Degeling, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

An Open-Access Triple Triumph: Collaborating at Syracuse University Libraries  
Amanda Page, Syracuse University Libraries

New Directions in Open Scholarship: From Journals to Monographs – a Use Case  
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
Judith Barnsby, DOAJ; members of the LPC DOAJ Task Force

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

FULL SESSION
Balancing Vendor Collaborations for Sustainable Library Publishing  
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  
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
Jennifer Kemp and Shayn Smulyan, Crossref

FULL SESSION  
Getting Found / Staying Found: Practical Strategies for Improving Discovery for Online Journals  
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  

Maria Bonn, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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

Beta Testing an Open Access Monograph Publishing Lab: Brainstorm Books at UCSB Library  
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  
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  
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  
Kerri O’Connell and Alexander Gil Fuentes, Columbia University

If They See Them, They Will Come​: Improving Visibility and Reuse of Library-Published Journals  
Marianne Reed, University of Kansas Libraries


5:00 – 5:15pm | Closing Remarks


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