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    • Publishing in the hands of librarians 

      Murphy, Aajay; Chatterji, Promita (Kennesaw State University, 2019)
      "It is one of the noblest duties of a university to advance knowledge, and to diffuse it not merely among those who can attend the daily lectures but far and wide." — Daniel Coit Gilman, founder of Johns Hopkins ...
    • Publishing open digital journals: The use of Open Journal Systems (OJS) at OsloMet University Library 

      Eikebrokk, Trude (OsloMet University, 2019)
      The University Library at OsloMet started running the OJS platform for publishing Open Access journals in 2011. The platform quickly grew from three start-up journals, to today’s 15 published journals. The free service ...
    • Publishing the ITT Short Story Collection without a budget! 

      Connolly, Gerard; Walker-Headon, Niamh (Technological University Dublin, 2019)
      In 2016, the library of the then Institute of Technology, Tallaght launched the ITT Short Story Competition, in collaboration with South Dublin Libraries and the Red Line Book Festival. Submissions of between 1,500 and ...
    • PUBLISSO: an all-in-one publishing platform 

      Arning, Ursula (ZB MED., 2019)
      The PUBLISSO platform (https://books.publisso.de) combines all functionalities of a publication process. In this lecture the different aspects of the publication on PUBLISSO will be presented: For authors: The special ...
    • Quality communication: Is there a best practice for all library publishing programs? 

      Laird, Ally (Penn State University, 2019)
      Each library publishing program differs in the amount of staff and support they have, so the amount of time available to spend overseeing each journal publication and communicating with their editors also varies. Library ...
    • Small is big and slow is fast: Stockholm University Press as a case study 

      Lenz, Christina (Stockholm University Press, 2019)
      Stockholm University Press is a small fully open access university press at Stockholm University Library. The press was founded after a decision made by the Vice Chancellor of Stockholm University in December 2012. Late ...
    • Take the Power Back: sustainable business models for new university presses 

      Hyland, Jack; Kouker, Alexander; Zaitsev, Dmitri (IFLA SIG on Library Publishing, 2019)
      Activity in OA in Ireland is cutting a path (NORF, DCU Uni Press, DBS Library Press, Open Journal of Astrophysics), as the country reviews its subscription-focussed funding of e-resources (IReL review) in the context of ...
    • White Rose University Press: a case study 

      Grady, Tom (White Rose University Press, 2019)
      White Rose University Press (WRUP), is a library-led academic publisher supported by the Universities of Leeds Sheffield and York. It was founded by the White Rose Libraries collaboration in response to feedback from ...