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    • Quality communication: is there a best practice for all library publishing programs? 

      Laird, Allyson (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
      Communication with editors and journal managers in a library publishing program looks different across all institutions. Each library publishing program differs in the amount of staff and support they have, so the amount ...
    • Publishing the ITT Short Story Competition without a budget 

      Connolly, Gerard; Walker-Headon, Niamh (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
      Since 2016, the Library at IT Tallaght (ITT) (now TU Dublin – Tallaght Campus) has been running a short story competition in conjunction with South Dublin Libraries’ Red Line Book Festival, open to anyone in the world over ...
    • Libraries as publishing partners: promoting best practices in open access journals 

      Stapleton, Suzanne Cady (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
      Publishing by academic libraries is burgeoning as an alternative means to create open access to scholarly research. The emerging field of library publishing offers new opportunities for academic libraries to achieve their ...
    • Small is big and slow is fast – Stockholm University press as a case study on library publishing 

      Lenz, Christina (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
      Stockholm University Press is a fully open access publisher hosted at Stockholm University Library, which was the first fully academic open access publisher in Sweden. The press was founded after a decision made by the ...
    • Publishing a major archive on open access: the Maynooth University Ken Saro-Wiwa Collection 

      Fallon, Helen (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
      This chapter, written by a librarian and a publisher, sets the context for open access publishing and follows with an exploration of the publication of the death-row correspondence of Ken Saro-Wiwa on open access.
    • Librarian as editor: amplifying the voices of the marginalised 

      Buggle, Jane (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
      This article outlines the establishment of a cross-institutional, peer-reviewed, academic journal, Studies in Arts and Humanities, and describes the librarian-edited Special Issue on Minorities and Indigenous People which ...
    • Foreword 

      Okerson, Ann (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)
    • Full proceedings 

      Buggle, Jane; Colvin, Joan (IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing, 2021)