Scholarly Communication

August 29, 2023

Protected: Next Generation Library Publishing: Pilot to Production

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Next Generation Library Publishing, Improving publishing pathways and services for authors, editors, and readers. Logos for Arcadia Fund, California Digital Library, COAR, Educopia Institute, Longleaf Services, Janeway, and Stratos
September 9, 2019

Next Generation Library Publishing

In this project, Educopia, California Digital Library (CDL), and Strategies for Open Science (Stratos), in close partnership with┬áConfederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR), Longleaf Services, and Janeway are working to advance and integrate open source publishing infrastructure to provide robust support for library publishing. Our project goals include: Creating a more balanced, effective academic publishing … Continue reading Next Generation Library Publishing

Library Publishing Workflows. Investigating and documenting journal publishing workflows in libraries. Educopia Institute. Library Publishing Coalition. Institute for Museum and Library Services.
August 9, 2019

Library Publishing Workflows

Quick Links to Project Deliverables Library Publishing Workflows blog posts (all) Library Publishing Workflows Pain Points blog series Library Publishing Workflows Preliminary Findings (Poster & Video) “Modeling library editorial workflows to promote open publication of scholarly journals: The American Library Publishing Workflows project.” (English language preprint) Libraries and the importance of infrastructure (Recording) Working through … Continue reading Library Publishing Workflows

Mapping the Scholarly Communications Infrastructure. Logos of Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Educopia Institute.
December 19, 2018

Mapping the Scholarly Communication Infrastructure

Mapping Scholarly Communication Infrastructure is an effort to study the current state of digital scholarship infrastructure in the U.S. and to help envision a more modernized and sustainable system that would enhance scholarly communication at colleges, universities, and research libraries across the country. With a grant from The Andrew Mellon Foundation (see press release) from … Continue reading Mapping the Scholarly Communication Infrastructure

June 13, 2016

Library Publishing Curriculum

Quick Access Points For Students: Library Publishing Workshop (asynchronous, virtual course taught by Dr. Katherine Skinner) Overview of the Workshop Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: What and Why Libraries Publish Unit 3: Publishing Functions Unit 4: Developing Editorial Strategies Unit 5: Content and Access Unit 6: Assessing Impact Unit 7: Policy Unit 8: Sustainability and … Continue reading Library Publishing Curriculum

January 10, 2014

Chrysalis: Opportunities for New Types of Research Alliances (subcontract)

The Chrysalis project explored the design and implementation of vertically integrated research alliances (VIRAs) comprising scholars, libraries, and scholarly presses. VIRAs could constitute a chrysalis of sorts for innovative digital research publications. To better understand this model, Educopia Research and the University of North Texas investigated potential revenue streams and sustainability models, including possible redistribution … Continue reading Chrysalis: Opportunities for New Types of Research Alliances (subcontract)