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Making Community Spaces Safer
February 23, 2021

Making Community Spaces Safer: On Being “Transformational”

Over the course of 2020-2021, members of the Educopia staff will be contributing blog posts to the “Making Community Spaces Safer” series. Each post will explore one of our organizational values and describe our efforts to live into that value, including our successes, our failures, and the hard-won lessons that occur in between. We will announce new … Continue reading Making Community Spaces Safer: On Being “Transformational”

Carolina Digital Library: Exploring a Common Framework. Improving the digital scholarship tools, infrastructure, and support available to faculty and students across the Carolinas.
January 30, 2020

Carolina Digital Library Network

This pilot project is funded by a grant from IMLS to enable small to mid-sized academic libraries in North and South Carolina to explore the possibilities of new digital scholarship services for their researchers.   Technological changes over the past three decades have radically changed the digital scholarship services which libraries can provide to their clientele. … Continue reading Carolina Digital Library Network

BitCurator Consortium
November 2, 2015

What is the BitCurator Consortium?

What is the BCC? The BitCurator Consortium supports digital forensics practices in libraries, archives, and museums in order to help ensure the longevity and reliability of the cultural, scientific, and historical record. Member benefits: Use of the members-only BCC mailing list and help desk Access to the members-only videos and documentation Prioritized requests for BitCurator … Continue reading What is the BitCurator Consortium?

July 21, 2021

Virtual Conferencing on a Shoestring: Thoughts on the Budget

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading Virtual Conferencing on a Shoestring: Thoughts on the Budget

July 20, 2021

Sponsorship, Streamlined: How We Shifted In-Person Benefits to a Virtual Space

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading Sponsorship, Streamlined: How We Shifted In-Person Benefits to a Virtual Space

July 19, 2021

Pets, Plants, and New Partnerships: Creating Space for Social Activities at LPForum21

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading Pets, Plants, and New Partnerships: Creating Space for Social Activities at LPForum21

July 16, 2021

You Always Need More People Than You Think: Staffing a Virtual Conference

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading You Always Need More People Than You Think: Staffing a Virtual Conference

July 15, 2021

Stick-With-What-You-Have and Add Slowly: Configuring Technology for a Virtual Conference

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading Stick-With-What-You-Have and Add Slowly: Configuring Technology for a Virtual Conference

July 14, 2021

Blending the Synchronous with the Asynchronous: Strategies for Planning a Successful Conference Program

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading Blending the Synchronous with the Asynchronous: Strategies for Planning a Successful Conference Program

July 13, 2021

Finding Connectedness, Inspiration, and Comfort at the 2021 Library Publishing Forum

About this series: The 2021 Virtual Library Publishing Forum was a huge success, combining excellent content with smooth facilitation and a liberal dose of whimsy and care. We decided to pull back the curtain on how it was run to support other organizations that are interested in hosting thought-provoking, humane events on a shoestring. Because … Continue reading Finding Connectedness, Inspiration, and Comfort at the 2021 Library Publishing Forum

March 31, 2021

Cita Press: Getting Fit

Building organizational capacity for an open-access, feminist press and library Through this project, Educopia will partner with Cita Press Founder and Art Director, Juliana Castro, to build organizational capacity and a sustainability roadmap for Cita Press (citapress.org). In direct alignment with objectives of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Public Knowledge Program, Cita Press celebrates the … Continue reading Cita Press: Getting Fit

Educopia CO icon
February 4, 2021

Achieving Sovereignty for Data Curation and Preservation

Forging into 2021 marks an official full decade of work for me in the field of digital preservation, first with LOCKSS and Educopia (2010-2015), then with Grand Valley State University Libraries (2015-2019), and then back with Educopia and its MetaArchive and BitCurator communities (2019-2021). My how time flies! Reaching a decade milestone provides one with … Continue reading Achieving Sovereignty for Data Curation and Preservation

Making Community Spaces Safer
January 7, 2021

Making Community Spaces Safer: A Tool to Help Community Leaders Accept and Act on Values-Related Feedback

Over the course of 2020-2021, members of the Educopia staff will be contributing blog posts to the “Making Community Spaces Safer” series. Each post will explore one of our organizational values and describe our efforts to live into that value, including our successes, our failures, and the hard-won lessons that occur in between. We will announce … Continue reading Making Community Spaces Safer: A Tool to Help Community Leaders Accept and Act on Values-Related Feedback

Next Generation Library Publishing. Improving the publishing pathways and services for authors, editors, and readers. Learn more at http://bit.ly/nglp-home. Logos for Arcadia Fund, California Digital Library, Confederation of Open Access Repositories, Educopia Institute, Longleaf Services, LYRASIS, and Stratos.
August 28, 2019

Next Generation Library Publishing partnership awarded $2.2M from Arcadia to improve scholarly publishing infrastructures

Educopia Institute is pleased to announce an award in the amount of $2,200,000 from Arcadia—a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin—in support of the “Next Generation Library Publishing” project.  Through this project, Educopia and its partner institutions—California Digital Library (CDL), Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR), Longleaf Services, LYRASIS, and Strategies for Open … Continue reading Next Generation Library Publishing partnership awarded $2.2M from Arcadia to improve scholarly publishing infrastructures

MetaArchive Cooperative
March 15, 2019

Community Transition

Digital preservation is, by definition, a long-term commitment. Libraries, archives, and museums engaging in this crucial work must actively plan to maintain digital assets through decades, centuries, and millennia. As such, these organizations must both anticipate and welcome change. When the Educopia Institute helped MetaArchive Cooperative to formalize as a membership community and service in … Continue reading Community Transition

October 24, 2017

Developing a Curriculum to Advance Library-Based Publishing (Project Update)

Project Timeline 2017 Author and revise modules Create course guides and other materials Begin pilot planning 2018 Release course materials Development of web platform 2 in-person and 2 online pilots LIS program integration Assessment and sustainability planning

December 14, 2016

Building a National Agenda for Saving Online News

This panel presented varied impressions from the third Dodging the Memory Hole event October 13-14th at UCLA Libraries, which focused on preserving journalistic content online. Topics include development of roles for each stakeholder community and preparing library science students to meet the demands for archiving news in the future.

Alignment and Reciprocity
October 13, 2016

Alignment and Reciprocity

This presentation discusses alignment and reciprocity and how to shift our energies out of silos and one offs and into collaboratives.

July 25, 2016

Mapping the Landscapes Focus Group Final Report

The “Mapping the Landscapes” Focus Group project, an initiative of the Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries, and Museums, collected data from the cultural heritage field on continuing education and professional development (CE/PD) needs between August 2015 and June 2016. The project was funded through a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and … Continue reading Mapping the Landscapes Focus Group Final Report

July 7, 2016

Mapping the Landscapes Interactive Survey Data Storyboards (TrueBearing)

Downloadable, interactive results from the Mapping the Landscape survey, filterable by respondent location and sector. Requires the free Tableau Reader program to use offline. Results can also be viewed and interacted with online here. Acknowledgements This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.