Partnering to Publish 2010: XML: It’s Not Rocket Science (but...The more you know the more you know you don’t know)
Introduction to XML for publishing, presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: Research Libraries Support for Small Publishers
Reports on a project to explore the potential for ARL libraries to provide support to print-only publishers to ensure long-term digital access to their content. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: New Roles for Librarians as Editorial Consultants
Learn how the NIH Library is meeting the more complex research needs of its customers and is propelling researchers to publish through the Writing Center and Editing Service. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: Recapturing the Essence of the Past: Integrating the University Press into the Library at Utah State University
Describes the Utah State University Libraries' experiment to publish USU faculty authors in all fields and disciplines as Open Access electronic books that will once again place the Press, now integrated into the Library, at the center of the university. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: Old and New Synergies: Libraries and Journals
Describes the University of Toronto's Synergies project, which includes adding Canadian journals to Scholars Portal, an OCUL delivery and archiving platform. The presentation discusses how to balance local services with wider partnerships. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: Partnering with Researchers to Share New Knowledge Through Digital Technologies
Increasingly the university library's mission is to support scholarly communication in all its forms and to develop a range of scalable and sustainable services in support of research and publishing. These slides discuss this changing library role and provide examples of research support from Columbia's Center for Digital Research and Scholarship. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: Libraries & Publishers: Joining Forces for Better Outreach
Drawing from NYU's nascent publishing programs, as well as projects underway elsewhere, this presentation examines print and digital projects that support each other; metadata as a marketing tool and metadata for the publishing world; adding print publishing services to born-digital efforts; and other ways to share the expertise of librarians and publishing professionals for mutual benefit. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: Information Life-Cycle at GAO: Content Creation to Publishing
GAO's Knowledge Services office was created to leverage resources within one unit to improve the information life-cycle of GAO's published products from research to publishing. This presentation will examine the role of librarians in this process from conducting research in the beginning to ensuring improved access to GAO's published products at the end. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Partnering to Publish 2010: The Benefits of Collaborative Marketing at Purdue University Libraries / Press
After presenting an organizational context in which Purdue University Press is embedded in the Libraries, the speaker explores the concept of "a continuum of scholarly communication needs" at Purdue University, and shows how the Press and Digital Collections Librarian are collaborating to try and provide services to fill these. He then focuses on marketing as a key area of collaboration. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.
Letter to William F. Cavanaugh re: Google Library Project Settlement (Dec. 15, 2009)
The American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries, and the Association of Research Libraries (the Library Associations) write to follow-up on our May 27, 2009 meeting with Antitrust Division staff concerning the proposed settlement of the Google Library Project litigation.