Attracting, Selecting, and Disseminating Content for your Library Publishing Program
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Hello and welcome! This is course 1 in the Getting Started in Library Publishing series. We’ll start with a brief introduction to the course series, then use the rest of the course to explore the ways that library publishers attract, select, edit, manage, and disseminate content. This course includes information about how to recruit partners and select content for a program, and how to incorporate diverse voices into each part of the publication process. It also shares information about common production workflows, identifying the resources and staff skills needed to support various editorial strategies and content types.
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Course Introduction: Welcome to Getting Started in Library Publishing
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Unit 1: The “What” and “Why” of library publishing
Unit 2: What to expect from “Getting Started in Library Publishing”
Unit 3: Situating library publishing in the larger context
Unity 4: Diversity and Inclusion in Library Publishing
Module 1: Content Strategy
6 Units | 1 Quiz
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Unit 1: Choosing a Strategy: The Service-Oriented Strategy
Unit 2: Choosing a Strategy: The Editorial-Driven Strategy
Unit 3: Conducting an Environmental Scan
Unit 4: Developing a Mission and Vision Statement
Unit 5: Refining Your Editorial Strategy and Putting It Into Action
Unit 6: Module 1 Quiz
Content Module 1 Quiz
Module 2: Proposals, Submissions, and Production
5 Units | 1 Quiz
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Unit 1: Project Proposals
Unit 2: Crafting Submission Guidelines
Unit 3: Creating a Production Workflow
Unit 4: Production and dissemination
Unit 5: Module Quiz
Content Module 2 Quiz
Module 3: Publishing Long-form Scholarship
6 Units | 1 Quiz
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Unit 1: Introduction to Long-Form Scholarship
Unit 2: Peer Review of Long-Form Scholarship
Unit 3: Common Pitfalls of Long-Form Scholarship
Unit 4: Setting Author Expectations
Unit 5: Discovery of Long-Form Works
Unit 6: Module 3 Quiz
Content Module 3 Quiz
Module 4: Supporting a Journals Program
7 Units | 1 Quiz
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Unit 1: Why Publish Journals Through Your Publishing Program?
Unit 2: Building a Journal Portfolio
Unit 3: Defining Roles for Journal Publishing
Unit 4: Deciding to Take on a Journal Project
Unit 5: Promoting the Journal
Unit 6: Journal Sustainability
Unit 7: Module 4 Quiz
Content Module 4 Quiz
Module 5: Publishing Educational Materials
8 Units | 1 Quiz
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Unit 1: Commercial Learning Materials
Unit 2: Open Access Learning Materials
Unit 3: Developing Your OER Strategy
Unit 4: Choosing the Type of OER to Create
Unit 5: Hosting of OER
Unit 6: Discovery of OER
Unit 7: Publishing as Pedagogy
Unit 8: Module 5 Quiz
Content Module 5 Quiz
Module 6: Working with Multimodal Content
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Unit 1: Advantages of Digital Publishing
Unit 2: Choosing a Platform
Unit 3: Technical Support Sustainability
Unit 4: Overview of Existing Digital Publishing Platforms
Unit 5: Multi-modal Publishing Workflow
Unit 6: Module 6 Quiz
Content Module 6 Quiz
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