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January 16, 2024

Jackson Huang

Jackson Huang is the Program Officer for Sustainable Digital Infrastructures, where they serve as the community facilitator for the MetaArchive Cooperative and support research and consulting projects around digital preservation. Their work integrates critical perspectives and social justice into technical decision-making, community governance, and operational work around technological infrastructure in libraries and archives, in order … Continue reading Jackson Huang

November 10, 2023

Aloma Antao

Aloma Antao (she/her) is Marketing and Communications Manager at Educopia Institute, where she thrives on finding rhythms and intervention points within large, multi-scale systems, by merging a media-agnostic approach with participatory research methods and creative playfulness. She holds an MFA in Transdisciplinary Design and a minor in Civic Service Design, a combination that has enabled … Continue reading Aloma Antao

August 29, 2023

Protected: Next Generation Library Publishing: Pilot to Production

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June 27, 2023

Wintergreen Women Writers Collective Receives $150,000 Award from Mellon Foundation

The Wintergreen Women Writers Collective is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation to support its mission of promoting the work of women writers. The grant will be administered by the Educopia Institute, the Collective’s fiscal sponsor, and supported by James Madison University Libraries.

June 14, 2023

Wintergreen Women Writers Collective: Sacred Work

Through this project, Wintergreen Women Writers Collective co-founder and JMU faculty member Dr. Joanne Gabbin and JMU Libraries Director of Digital Scholarship and Distinctive Collections Caitlin Birch will develop a viable model to sustain Wintergreen Women as a 35-year-old collective centering the encouragement and support of Black writing and culture, and document and preserve the … Continue reading Wintergreen Women Writers Collective: Sacred Work

April 23, 2023

Meet the Educopians: Melanie Schlosser

Melanie Schlosser is Educopia’s Senior Community Facilitator, working with the Library Publishing Coalition and other communities and projects related to scholarly communications.

April 23, 2023

Meet the Educopians: Nancy Adams

Nancy Adams is the Program Assistant for the Library Publishing Coalition, one of Educopia’s community cultivation partners.

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April 9, 2023

Mellon Foundation Awards Educopia $2.1 Million for Organizational Capacity Building

The Educopia Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering collaborative communities to create, share, and preserve knowledge, is proud to announce it has received a $2.1 million grant from the Mellon Foundation. The grant will support the organization’s capacity building efforts from April 2023 to March 2026.

April 9, 2023

Educopia awarded $750,000 from the Mellon Foundation for Cita Press

Educopia is thrilled to announce an award in the amount of $750,000 from the Mellon Foundation to our fiscal sponsee, Cita Press. This grant will support Scaling Small: Partnerships and organizational resilience for Cita Press, a three-year project involving the implementation of a strategic roadmap for capacity building and financial sustainability for Cita Press. The … Continue reading Educopia awarded $750,000 from the Mellon Foundation for Cita Press

April 9, 2023

Cita Press: Scaling Small

Through this project, Founder and Design Director Juliana Castro and Editorial Director Jessi Haley will enable the expansion of the Cita Press (citapress.org) catalog (both content and functionality), pursue joint projects with Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) and other partners, and pilot and implement revenue-generating programs to sustain Cita in the long term. In direct … Continue reading Cita Press: Scaling Small

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February 9, 2023

Educopia Announces 2022 and 2023 Board Appointments

Educopia is pleased to announce five board members: Bergis Jules, Lupe Solorio, Bethany Nowviskie, Sayeed Choudhury, and Adele Vrana.

February 8, 2023

Jennifer Vinopal

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February 2, 2023

Meet the Educopians: Katherine Kim

In October 2022, Educopia moved to a new collaborative leadership model. Katherine Kim took on the role of Co-Executive Director along with Racquel Asante and Jessica Meyerson. Katherine’s focus as Co-Director is on research, consulting, and project management.

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February 2, 2023

Meet the Educopians: Racquel Asante

In October 2022, Educopia moved to a new collaborative leadership model. Racquel Asante took on the role of Co-Executive Director along with Katherine Kim and Jessica Meyerson. Racquel’s focus as Co-Director is on finance and people operations.

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February 1, 2023

Meet the Educopians: Jessica Meyerson

In October 2022, Educopia moved to a new collaborative leadership model. Jessica Meyerson took on the role of Co-Executive Director along with Katherine Kim and Racquel Asante. Jessica’s focus as Co-Director is on organizational development and community cultivation.

November 1, 2022

NGLP Community Forum: Library Publishing

Please join the Next Generation Library Publishing (NGLP) project for our fourth community forum on November 29 at 12 PM Eastern / 9 AM Pacific. This is a free event, but registration is required.

October 11, 2022

The DPSC Planning Project is Recruiting Stakeholders

The DPSC Planning Project is recruiting up to 30 individuals to serve on two stakeholder groups: the Service User Group and the Advisory Board. These stakeholders will serve as important sources of user requirements and expertise as we plan a robust service model for values-driven, community-supported distributed digital preservation. Service User Group (up to 20 … Continue reading The DPSC Planning Project is Recruiting Stakeholders

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October 11, 2022

A Cohort-Based Pilot of the FOREST Framework for Values-Driven Scholarly Communication

The FOREST Framework for Values-Driven Scholarly Communication helps scholarly communication organizations and communities demonstrate, evaluate, and ultimately improve their alignment with key values, including: Financial and Organizational Sustainability; Openness and Interoperability; Representative Governance; Equity, Accessibility, and Anti-Oppression; Sharing of Knowledge; and Transparency.

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September 29, 2022

Introducing Our Shared Leadership Model

The Educopia Institute is excited to announce effective October 1, 2022 Racquel Asante, Katherine Kim, and Jessica Meyerson will serve Educopia Institute as co-directors.  Since publishing two blog posts on Educopia’s organizational transition in July (Embracing Change and Shaping Change), staff members Racquel Asante, Katherine Kim, and Jessica Meyerson submitted a proposal to the Board … Continue reading Introducing Our Shared Leadership Model

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September 8, 2022

Scaling Diamond OA: Universities as Centers of Open Publishing Excellence

From the Budapest Open Access Initiative 20th anniversary recommendations to the UNESCO Recommendation for Open Science and the Harvard endorsement of Diamond OA, many recent reports on open scholarship are calling for scholarly research to be published and disseminated via open infrastructure that is community-owned and -governed. This call for open infrastructure is particularly important … Continue reading Scaling Diamond OA: Universities as Centers of Open Publishing Excellence