Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Digital Commons Community Webinars: Library-Led Publishing and OA Textbooks
I'd like to invite you to the first two webinars in our 2012-2013 Digital Commons Community Webinar series. These two presentations will explore an aspect of library-led publishing that many are beginning to explore: books. Both the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and Grand Valley State University are successfully expanding their IR services by publishing full-length works through the repository.
In the first webinar, Paul Royster (Coordinator of Scholarly Communication at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln) will share strategies for launching library publishing services for books and monographs, including tips on developing policies, working with authors, and providing print-on-demand.
In the second, Sarah Beaubien (Scholarly Communications Outreach Coordinator) and Charles Lowe (Assistant Professor of Writing) of Grand Valley State University will share their success in bringing students targeted, high-quality texts at minimal or no cost.
Webinar: Library Publishing: Books and Faculty Monographs
Date/Time: Thursday, November 8, 11:00 am PST
Presenter: Paul Royster, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Register here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/478560615
Webinar: Serving Students and Faculty with Open-Access Textbooks
Date/Time: Monday, December 3, 11:00 am PST
Presenters: Sarah Beaubien and Charles Lowe, Grand Valley State University
Register here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/515782367
We hope you can join us!
Peter Goodwin, PhD
510-665-1200, ext. 167
Check out IR success stories on the new DC Telegraph at http://blog.digitalcommons.bepress.com