Welcome to CNI’s Spring 2021 Membership Meeting - meeting attendance is limited.
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Monday, March 15 • 9:00am - 9:30am
Local Partnership for the Greater Good: Library Publishing at University of Minnesota

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Library publishing gives libraries the opportunity to provide scholars with open access, inclusive, and non-traditional publishing opportunities. It also provides university scholars an avenue to make local research available to the wider community while connecting to libraries’ expertise in sustainability and preservation. University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing Services has been publishing scholarly works for faculty, staff, and students since 2014 including journals, monographs, open textbooks, and dynamic scholarly websites. One of our earliest publications, the journal Open Rivers, is an excellent example of how library publishing can effectively provide needed services and support for campus partners. Open Rivers is an online, open access, non-traditional journal that publishes important scholarship on rivers, water, and the impact of waterways on communities. This presentation will focus on the partnership and collaboration that brought this journal to fruition, as well as the technology that allowed UMN Publishing Services to extend what is possible with an online journal. Attendees will learn about publishing platforms, collaboration, and how a journal like Open Rivers can be a springboard for a successful library publishing service.


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Emma Molls

Director of Open Research & Publishing, University of Minnesota
I head the Open Research & Publishing Department at the University of Minnesota Libraries, which includes research computing, publishing services, research data services, research information management, and houses the Data Curation Network.
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Shane Nackerud

Director, Course Materials Services, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Shane Nackerud has worked at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities since 1998, first as the Libraries webmaster, then as the Director of Web Development, and currently as Interim Director of Content Services. In his current position Shane is working on finding new ways of integrating... Read More →

Monday March 15, 2021 9:00am - 9:30am EDT
Pre-recorded Video