Library Publishing Forum 2014
Authors: Joshua Neds-Fox (Librarian, Collection Management and Discovery Services, Wayne State University) , Kristy L Archuleta (Associate Professor, College of Human Ecology, Kansas State University)
Library publishing is a growing area of interest for academic libraries as journal editors are increasingly seeking the services offered by libraries to start new journals, revive older journals, or cross over from commercial publishers. The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon how library publishers can align with journal editors’ expectations. Six categories are discussed, and recommendations are proposed relating to: (a) variation in editor expectations; (b) preservation, access, and discoverability; (c) tools and services; (d) training and education; (e) resource sharing; and (f ) library publisher-editor relationships.
How to Cite: Neds-Fox, J. & Archuleta, K. L. (2014) “Alignment with Editors’ Expectations”, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2(4). doi: https://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.1178