August 22, 2023
Full-time, Remote Position Responsible to: Co-Director Katherine Kim Salary: $65,000 – 70,000 We have determined the salary range for this position based on parity with other staff roles, and what our budget can sustain. Therefore, we are not able to negotiate benefits or salary beyond the range listed here. Employees in this position are paid … Continue reading Program Officer for Sustainable Digital Infrastructures
February 9, 2023
Educopia is pleased to announce five board members: Bergis Jules, Lupe Solorio, Bethany Nowviskie, Sayeed Choudhury, and Adele Vrana.
June 23, 2022
Monday, July 11, 2022 (All times are EDT) 10:00 AM: Welcome – Katherine Skinner (Educopia Institute) 10:15 AM: Completing the Life Cycle – Cynthia Vitale (ARL) 10:45 AM: Courtney Mumma (Texas Digital Library) 11:15 AM: Leveraging Data Communities to Advance Open Science – Danielle Cooper (Ithaka S&R) 11:45 AM: Lunch Break 12:15 PM: Jennifer Gibson … Continue reading Building Data Resilience Through Collaborative Networks
March 31, 2021
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 Mellon Foundation’s Public Knowledge Program, Cita Press celebrates the spread of … Continue reading Cita Press: Getting Fit
March 22, 2021
Our team seeks an experienced individual who can jump into and actively improve our accounting processes and support Educopia Institute’s ongoing accounting needs.
May 13, 2019
This census assesses factors influencing the sustainability and “fit-for-purpose” of Scholarly Communication Resources (SCRs) – tools, services, and systems. It is intended to help to guide development of and investments in scholarly communication infrastructures. We welcome responses from any Scholarly Communication Resource active in the world today. Census Instrument Link: Census for Scholarly Communication Infrastructure (live and … Continue reading Census of Scholarly Communication Resources
December 19, 2018
Many groups and individuals today celebrate “innovation.” The notion is influential not only in engineering and business, but also in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. For example, “innovation” has become a staple of analysis in popular histories – such as Walter Isaacson’s recent book, The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks … Continue reading The Maintainers (subcontract)
June 13, 2015
The Software Preservation Network (SPN) was a National Forum grant project led by California Polytechnic State University and University of Texas at Austin which gathered cultural heritage community input and developed a roadmap for actionable steps towards a national software preservation strategy. To achieve this, the project team conducted a needs assessment, partnered with legal … Continue reading Software Preservation Network (SPN) (subcontract)