LPC maintains this list to facilitate connections between library publishers and service providers. Non- and for-profit service providers that work with, or provide services of interest to, library publishers can apply to join the list using this inquiry form. Fee-based programs that provide publishing-related education are listed in LPC’s Professional Development Guide, hosted by the University of Kentucky.

List information is provided by the participants and is not verified by the LPC. To ensure that the list remains current, participants must confirm their information annually. Updates are made as part of that process, or throughout the year on request. Inclusion on the list does not constitute an endorsement by the LPC or any of its members. LPC’s Board approves new entries, and reserves the right to decline or remove entries at any time. Organizations participating in this list are required to adhere to LPC’s Code of Conduct when interacting with the LPC community and its members.

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Cenveo Publisher Services

URL: http://www.cenveopublisherservices.com/
Contact:
 sanjay.tangri@cenveo.com 
Organization type:
For-profit
Description:
Cenveo Publisher Services provides expert content services and innovative technology solutions that drive revenue growth, streamline operations, and ensure editorial excellence. We provide full-service editorial and production services for books and journals. With SMEs both on-shore and off-shore, we provide the right solution to fit every publisher’s workflow and budget.
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Digital Commons

URL: https://www.bepress.com
Contact:
 Promita Chatterji
Organization type:
For-profit
Description:
Digital Commons is a state-of-the-art hosted publishing and institutional repository platform, designed to increase visibility and impact of academic research. An early innovator in open access publishing, Digital Commons has helped thousands of journals achieve global recognition and success. Digital Commons offers support and customization for the full-spectrum of research content, and includes tiers of publishing services to support journals with professionalization and strategic goals.
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Érudit

URL: https://www.erudit.org
Contact:
Gwendal Henry
Organization type:
Not-for-profit
Description:
In partnership with Canadian libraries and scholarly publishers, Érudit works toward the digital dissemination of academic and cultural publications in the humanities and social sciences. Érudit is an interuniversity consortium made up of the University of Montreal, Laval University and the University of Quebec at Montreal. It receives support from the Fonds de Recherche du Québec – Société et Culture. Since 2014, Érudit has been recognized as a major science initiative by the Canadian Fund for Innovation.
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Inera (An Atypon Company)

URL: http://www.inera.com, https://www.edifix.com
Contact: 
shunter@inera.com
Organization type:
For-profit
Description:
Edifix, our cloud-based reference tool, automatically formats, corrects, verifies, and links bibliographic references. Use Edifix to find PMID and DOI links; format references in 15+ styles, including Chicago, APA, and MLA; output in 5+ formats, including Word, HTML, and RIS. Edifix is based on our trusted eXtyles technology; a variety of monthly and annual subscriptions are available.
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Knowledge Futures Group PubPub

URL (PubPub): https://www.pubpub.org
URL (Knowledge Futures Group): https://www.knowledgefutures.org
Contact: Heather Staines
Organization type: Not-for-profit
Description: PubPub is an open source hosting platform and collaborative authoring tool maintained by the Knowledge Futures Group. More than 1200 communities host open access journals, books, blogs, conferences, reports and more. Instructors can also create collaborative groups for their classes. Anyone can create a community for free at any time.
Last updated: 6/11/2020


Longleaf Services

URL: http://www.longleafservices.org
Contact: Clay Farr
Organization type: Not-for-profit
Description: Longleaf provides a wide range of services specifically designed to support scholarly publishing. We offer marketing tools and support, operational solutions, and a full suite of editorial, design, and production services. Our scale allows us to provide the high quality that academic publishing demands, but at a reasonable price.
Last updated: 2/4/2020


Manifold Scholarship

URL: http://manifoldapp.org
Contact: Terence Smyre, tsmyre@umn.edu
Organization type: Not-for-profit
Description: Manifold is a free open-source publishing platform enabling any group to publish open-access, media-rich projects online. For those not seeking a DIY solution, Manifold offers installation, hosting, and content production services. Manifold is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota Press, CUNY GC Digital Scholarship Lab, and Cast Iron Coding.
Last updated: 2/4/2020


MDPI JAMS

URL: http://jams.pub
Contact: Martyn Rittman, rittman@mdpi.com
Organization type: For-profit
Description: A complete publishing system for academic publishers of all sizes. Includes submission software, journal website, and production services. JAMS is especially suited to open access journals and makes us of MDPI’s 20 years of publishing expertise.
Last updated: 1/22/2020


Pressbooks

URL: http://pressbooks.education
Contact:
sales@pressbooks.com
Organization type:
For-profit
Description: 
Pressbooks is an easy-to-use book formatting platform that can be used to create textbooks, monographs, open educational resources, syllabi, or other classroom materials in web-based and several offline formats. Pressbooks is open source software (released under a GPLv3 license). We also offer hosted networks for academic institutions, presses, and consortia.
Last updated: 2/4/2020


Project MUSE, Johns Hopkins University Press

URL: http://muse.jhu.edu/
Contact:
Kelley Squazzo, Director of Publisher Relations & Content Development, kas@press.jhu.edu
Organization type:
Not-for-profit
Description:
Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community around the world. MUSE provides a full-service journal and book hosting platform. Libraries can publish their journals on MUSE as open access or use our fulfillment services to offer subscription-based journals. We also work with library publishers to host their book publications. Journal and book content on MUSE benefits from synergies with our corpus of 600+ journals and 50,000+ books from non-profit publishers.  
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Public Knowledge Project

URL: https://pkp.sfu.ca/
Contact:
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Organization type:
Not-for-profit
Description:
PKP provides free, open source publishing/workflow software (Open Journal Systems, Open Monograph Press), as well as free services for technical support, indexing, digital preservation, training, and more. Over 10,000 users globally. Non-commercial, non-profit, academia owned and operated. 
Last updated:
2/4/2020


PKP Publishing Services

URL: https://pkpservices.sfu.ca/
Contact:
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Organization type:
Not-for-profit
Description:
PKP|PS is the professional support division of the Public Knowledge Project (PKP). All revenue goes directly back into PKP’s research, education, and software activities supporting open access and open infrastructure for scholarly publishing. PKP|PS offers flexible hosting plans for Open Journal Systems including free, unlimited student and course journals for institutions (restrictions apply). Consulting services, sponsored development, and additional resources and support are also available for all PKP applications.
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Scholastica

URL: https://scholasticahq.com/
Contact:
support@scholasticahq.com
Organization type:
For-profit
Description:
Scholastica is a web-based software platform with tools and services for every aspect of publishing academic journals — from peer review to website design and article hosting to typesetting. Our mission is to empower journal publishers to make quality research available more efficiently and affordably in order to facilitate a sustainable research future. Over 900 journals across disciplines use Scholastica.
Last updated:
2/4/2020


Typeset

URL: https://typeset.io/for-publishers/
Contact:
Shanu Kumar, shanu.kr@typeset.io
Organization type:
For-profit
Description:
Typeset is a tool for publishers that automates publication of research articles by converting submissions to full-text JATS XML, print-ready PDFs, ePubs and other formats. It has a collection of 45,000+ journal formats for seamless conversion to specific publisher guidelines.
Last updated:
1/22/2020


Ubiquity Press

URL: http://www.ubiquitypress.com/
Contact:
Brian Hole, brian.hole@ubiquitypress.com
Organization type:
For-profit
Description:
Ubiquity Press is an open scholarship services platform that makes open access publishing and repositories affordable for everyone.  
Last updated:
2/4/2020