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Friday, April 22 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Self-Publishing in Libraries: Building Collections and Showcasing Local Content

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Join us to learn how libraries can build collections, support writers' access to digital publishing platforms and democratize access to publishing.
Opening Access to Digital Publishing
OSU Libraries & Press is exploring ways to offer digital publishing by hosting Scalar, an open-source content management system. Used to publish supplementary content, showcase local history, and create multi-narrative stories, it frees otherwise encased materials.
Building a Local Ebook Collection
The Library Writers Project is a collection development and programming initiative by the Multnomah County Library to provide an avenue for local authors to get their self-published e-books into the library collection. We will discuss the development of the project and how to replicate this program at other libraries.

Speakers
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Kady Ferris

Electronic Content Librarian, Multnomah County Library
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Korey Jackson

Korey is the Gray Family Chair for Innovative Library Services at Oregon State University. Before coming to OSU, he was an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Public Fellow at Anvil Academic, a digital humanities publisher sponsored by the Council on Library and Information... Read More →
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Jane Nichols

Social Sciences & Humanities Librarian, Oregon State University Libraries & Press
Jane Nichols is a Social Sciences & Humanities Librarian at OSUL&P where she focuses on Digital Humanities initiatives and Collection Development.


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