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Tuesday, October 15 • 4:35pm - 5:30pm
#t6d: partnerships + publishing

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Session Chair: Joy Banks, CLIR


Establishing a Sustainable Editorial Labor and Staffing Model for a Library-Based Multimodal Publishing Service
Daniel G. Tracy
University Library, U Illinois, United States of America

This paper presents the staffing model and editorial workflows developed by one library to support sustainable publication of multimodal scholarly works. The model avoids labor-intensive “boutique” projects and shifts some publishing work to authors, while also providing more editorial support than models that provide a platform and introductory consultations only.

Empowering the Transcriber: Collaborative Digital Humanities Methods to Create Change
Vaughan Hennen, Stacey Berry
Dakota State University, South Dakota, United States of America

Information communities in small and rural areas depend on collaboration to harness the full power of DH. This workshop will focus on transcription and collaboration as ways to create and inspire change. Participants in the workshop will examine and experiment with transcription as a critical strategy and as community engagement.

Beyond “Train the Trainer”: A model for liaison librarian partnership in digital scholarly publishing
Michelle Wilson
Columbia University, United States of America

Columbia University Libraries’ publishing is rooted in a longstanding journals program. Support for student journal editors has been created through partnerships between subject liaison and digital scholarship librarians who offer professional development programming that integrates software skills training with a curriculum in editorial practice and publication ethics.

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Joy M. Banks

Program Officer, CLIR
I help administrate the Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives and the Recordings at Risk regranting programs. My duties range from applicant and recipient support to assessment. My professional background weaves through the LAM world with experience in cataloging/metadata... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2019 4:35pm - 5:30pm EDT
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