Library-based publishing services are increasingly common as libraries seek to provide alternatives for the dissemination of scholarly and creative work. Connecting these services to the educational mission of libraries' institutions is vital for publishing programs' success and sustainability. This panel of librarians and faculty from liberal arts colleges will discuss the educative and advocacy roles that their library publishing programs have developed, and suggest best practices for librarians wishing to implement their own publishing programs. Isaac Gilman's slides are available via CommonKnowledge.
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Davis-Kahl, Stephanie; Seeborg, Michael; and Gilman, Isaac, "Library Publishing and Undergraduate Education: Strategies for Collaboration" (2013). Scholarly Publications. Paper 19.