Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) Releases 2021-2022 Annual Report
From an Introductory Blog Post by Caitlin Perry:
The Library Publishing Coalition is pleased to announce the release of its 2021-2022 Annual Report.
In addition to outlining the LPC’s finances, assets, and membership, the Annual Report highlights several programmatic milestones, including:
- Deliverables from the Library Publishing Workflows project
- A landscape scan undertaken by the Preservation Task Force
- The launch of a joint project between LPC, ARL, and AUP to build connections between university-based publishing communities.
These initiatives, and LPC’s continued sustainability, are the result of the work undertaken by LPC members, staff, our partners, and affiliate organizations. All of the people involved in this work offered their time, energy, and expertise to fulfill our vision of a scholarly publishing landscape that is open, inclusive, and sustainable. We’re delighted for the opportunity to celebrate their shared success.
Direct to Full Text Report
9 pages; PDF.
See Also: What LPC Accomplished Under Our First Strategic Plan by Melanie Schlosser
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