Join the University of Cincinnati Press April 11 at RESEARCH + INNOVATION WEEK

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Social Justice – Human Settlements – Global Features:

Arts & Humanities in the Age of Impact

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

9:00-9:50

Publishing Landscapes: Academic and Literary Output Today

Elizabeth Scarpelli (University of Cincinnati Press); Nicola Mason (ACRE Books); Lisa Ampleman (Cincinnati Review)

10:00-10:50

Copyright, Intellectual Property, and Open Access: A Roundtable

Sandra Enimil (Copyright Resources Center, The Ohio State University); Geoffrey Pinski (UC Technology Accelerator); Mark Konecny (University of Cincinnati Press|CLIPS)

11:00-12:00

Envisioning New Modes of Publishing: Leveraging Resources

Jeff Blevins (Dept of Journalism); James Lee (Digital Scholarship Center); Mark Konecny (University of Cincinnati Press|CLIPS); Sean Crowe (UC Libraries); Kent Meloy (CEEL); Jason Day (CEEL); Elizabeth Scarpelli (University of Cincinnati Press)

KINGSGATE MARRIOT

Mt. Echo Room

Breakfast and Lunch provided

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Read about Preserving Taft, the Writing of E.B. White and the Digital Scholarship Center in Source.

source vol 16 no2Read Source, the online newsletter, to learn more about the news, events, people and happenings in UC Libraries.

This latest issue of Source includes a feature on the work of the Preservation Lab and their collaboration with the Archives and Rare Books Library on a collection about William Howard Taft. Xuemao Wang, dean and university librarian, talks about how libraries need to adapt for the future. Kevin Grace, university archivist and head of the Archives and Rare Books Library, writes about a collection centered around children’s books author and co-writer of The Elements of Style, E.B. White. A grant from The Andrew Mellon Foundation in support of the Digital Scholarship Center’s research on machine learning and data visualization in multiple disciplines in the humanities and beyond is announced. Dean Wang and Liz Scarpelli, director of the University of Cincinnati Press are interviewed about the progress of the Press one year in. Gino Pasi, archivist and curator for the Henry R. Winkler Center for the History of the Health Professions, writes about a set of historical and important surgery films recently digitized and made available. Other articles announce the Libraries’s Adopt-a-Book program and the 2016/17 Annual Progress Report.

Read these articles, as well as past issues, on the web at http://libapps.libraries.uc.edu/source/ and via e-mail. To receive Source via e-mail, contact melissa.norris@uc.edu to be added to the mailing list.

Mark Konecny Selected as an OhioLINK Open Textbook Network System Leader

UC Libraries’ Mark Konecny, scholarly communications library publishing coordinator, was selected by OhioLINK as one of seven member librarians, faculty, and staff to become the OhioLINK Open Textbook Network (OTN) System Leaders. As system leaders, Mark and his peers will coordinate OhioLINK OTN awareness and advocacy initiatives regarding open educational resources and open textbooks as part of OhioLINK/Ohio Department of Higher Education affordable learning initiatives for higher education.

OhioLINK recently joined the Open Textbook Network, a high-profile and growing collaboration of schools, universities, and institutions that promotes access, affordability, and student success via open textbooks. Continue reading Mark Konecny Selected as an OhioLINK Open Textbook Network System Leader

Elizabeth Scarpelli Named Director of New University of Cincinnati Press

Elizabeth Scarpelli
Elizabeth Scarpelli

The University of Cincinnati Libraries is pleased to announce Elizabeth Scarpelli as director of the new University of Cincinnati Press. The director’s role is to lead and provide oversight of all Press functions including acquisitions, marketing, administration and business, as well as to build a regional, national and international reputation for the University of Cincinnati Press as an innovative 21st century academic press.

“We are very fortunate to have secured Liz to lead the University of Cincinnati Press,” said Xuemao Wang, dean and university librarian. “Her enthusiasm for this exciting, new endeavor coupled with her rich experience in academic publishing make her the ideal choice to create, share and implement a successful vision for the Press.”

Continue reading Elizabeth Scarpelli Named Director of New University of Cincinnati Press

The University of Cincinnati to Launch a New Academic Press

The University of Cincinnati announced today the formation of a new academic press. With a dual publishing focus on social justice and community engagement, the mission of the University of Cincinnati Press is to cultivate and disseminate scholarly works of the highest quality for the enhancement of the global community.

“It is a historic and exciting moment for a great research university like the University of Cincinnati to join the elite group of institutions that operate an academic press,” said President Santa J. Ono. “Becoming an active participant in scholarly publishing will further the university’s Third Century goals, notably in the areas of leveraging research and scholarship, strategic recruiting and community engagement.” Continue reading The University of Cincinnati to Launch a New Academic Press