When XML Marks the Spot: Machine-readable journal articles for discovery and preservation, a free webinar, co-hosted by Scholastica, UOregon Libraries, and the GWU Masters in Publishing program, offers a crash course in the benefits of XML production and use cases. Learn more and get the recording on demand!
We're excited to announce that Scholastica is now a Library Publishing Coalition sponsor. We share LPC's vision for a scholarly publishing landscape that is open, inclusive, and sustainable and we're thrilled to support the organization as it works towards this aim.
What will Elsevier's acquisition of bepress mean for the journals and institutions that rely on Digital Commons to host open access content? We explore this question following the recent news.
One leading example of a successful library publishing program is Michigan Publishing out of University of Michigan Library. In this interview Jason Colman, Director of Michigan Publishing Services, shares his experience with the program and how it works.
Authors of Making Institutional Repositories Work delve into the history of IRs and the experiences of libraries currently in varying stages of IR development.
Librarians and academics involved in scholarly publishing from around the world gathered on March 29th and 30th to take part in the second annual Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) Forum.
Libraries are shifting to be not only keepers of scholarship but also participants in content creation, by supporting journal publishing, disseminating data from digital repositories, and more.