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Library Publishing Coalition
With others, you can accomplish
what you cannot accomplish alone
This simple principle underlies the work of the Educopia Institute, a non-profit serving as a catalyst for collaboration among cultural, scientific, and scholarly institutions.
Documenting how to preserve newspapers, digitized or born-digital, for future readers of the first-draft of history.
Fostering better understanding of distributed digital preservation methods and to create enduring and stable, geographically dispersed "dark archives” of digital materials that can be drawn upon to restore collections at Member organizations.
Helping cultural organizations acquire and curate born-digital materials through open-source digital forensics tools.
Empowering leadership education in cultural organizations to strengthen the public good.
BitCurator Consortium Launches
15 September 2014
Two-Year IMLS Grant Awarded to Study Management of Supplemental Data for ETDs
11 September 2014
Three year IMLS Grant Awarded to Strengthen Leadership Education in Archives, Libraries, and Museums.
10 September 2014
2013 Society of American Archivists Award for Educopia Publication
27 June 2013
Library of Congress Selects the MetaArchive Cooperative as a Continuing Partner in the National Digital Preservation Program
03 November 2009
Upcoming and Recent Output
Publishing at Scale(s): How Library Publishing Supports Scholarship on Campus and Around the World
17 March 2015
Saving Digital News
17 November 2014
11 November 2014
The Library as Publisher: Details, Practice, and Potential Outcomes
05 November 2014
Critical Moments: Chance, Choice, and Change in the Library Field
27 October 2014