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Starting, Publishing, and Sustaining an Online Journal: Beginner’s Workshop
Digital Commons, bepress, The College at Brockport (2016)
  • Lisa DeLuca
  • Anne Larrivee, Binghamton University--SUNY
  • Pat Maxwell, The College at Brockport
Abstract
This interactive workshop will offer best practices to follow when creating, publishing, and sustaining an online journal. Although online journals share many characteristics, journals can vary based on how editors choose to set them up. As more libraries assist with this process, editors are coming to librarians with questions about how to start. This collaborative pairing leads to questions such as: How can librarians be involved in the publishing process, and to what capacity? Who will design the journal? How can the library promote these journals and encourage submissions? Learn from a team of librarians who will use their consulting, managing, and editing experiences to provide insight about the online journal creation process.
Keywords
  • bepress,
  • institutional repository,
  • electronic journals,
  • copyright,
  • open access,
  • publishing
Publication Date
Summer July 29, 2016
Citation Information
Lisa DeLuca, Anne Larrivee and Pat Maxwell. "Starting, Publishing, and Sustaining an Online Journal: Beginner’s Workshop" Digital Commons, bepress, The College at Brockport (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/anne-larrivee/1/