Recent Submissions

  • Keynote: Publishing for Love 

    Royster, Paul (3/20/2015)
    Why should libraries be interested in publishing? And how should they go about getting started with a publishing program? What are the aims and values that should drive the effort? Should it follow the examples of the ...
  • Collaborating in Library Publishing 

    Spiller, James; Brown, Allison; Fallon, Moira; Guptill, Amy; Morgan, Brian (3/20/2015)
    Description: A panel discussion on publishing with libraries, university presses, faculty and scholars. Panelists will highlight their experiences in collaborating with libraries and talk about library publishing affecting ...
  • Poster: Publishing at Fisher: the First Two Years 

    Marrese, Alicia; Hockenberry, Benjamin (3/20/2015)
    Since its 2012 launch, St. John Fisher College’s institutional repository (IR), Fisher Digital Publications, has expanded and its staffing model has evolved. Due to an increasing popularity and demand for new projects in ...
  • Creating eBooks for Educators 

    Ghidiu, Dave (3/20/2015)
    The production of eBooks has never been more relevant as a skill for educators. Not only are eBooks gaining widespread acceptance at blazing speeds, but most readers offer tools (highlighting, note taking, social sharing, ...
  • The Many Faces of Library Publishing 

    Miller, Kathleen M. (3/20/2015)
    A priority of I2NY – the Information Infrastructure for New York, a collaboration of libraries of all types – is “Library as Publisher”. Since 2013 a Work Group has presented webinars on the various ways libraries are ...
  • Library as Publisher of Graduate Student Data 

    Clemons, Jessica (3/20/2015)
    As a winner of a 2014 Library as Publisher grant, Jessica Clemons, Moon Library, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, will speak about her project “Library as Publisher of Graduate Student Data”. She will ...
  • The Repository as Publisher: Opportunities and Challenges in a Dual Role 

    Clemons, Jessica L. (3/20/2015)
    In tandem with increasing support for open access worldwide, academic libraries of all sizes have expanded their support of public dissemination of research beyond their walls. Through the establishment of institutional ...
  • Fulton Memoirs 

    Maute, Betty (3/20/2015)
    A priority of I2NY – the Information Infrastructure for New York, a collaboration of libraries of all types – is “Library as Publisher”. Since 2013 a Work Group has presented webinars on the various ways libraries are ...
  • The Repository as Publisher: Opportunities and Challenges in a Dual Role 

    Hockenberry, Benjamin; Bullinger, Thomas A. (3/20/2015)
    Introductory slides to a panel at the conference "Publishing in Libraries," delivered on March 20, 2015 at the College at Brockport, State University of New York. The panel abstract follows: Over the last two decades, in ...
  • Open Educational Resources: Why OER and why now? 

    McBride, Mark (3/20/2015)
    Digital technology makes it easier for students to access free or low cost course materials and while interested faculty have committed to providing OERs for their students, higher education is not experiencing a massive ...
  • A New Breed of Publisher: Towards Open Global Sharing 

    Deliyannides, Timothy S. (3/20/2015)
    This presentation was given at the Publishing in Libraries Conference at the College at Brockport, State University of New York on March 20, 2015 as part of a panel discussion entitled 'The repository as publisher: ...
  • Getting Started in Assessment for Library Publishing 

    Swoger, Bonnie (3/20/2015)
    Any assessment project needs to start with clear goals: what are you trying to assess, what will you do with the assessment information once you have collected it, and how can that information help improve services. In ...