Highlights & Updates
Webinar: A special conversation on the history and fight against polio from a child’s perspective, Nov. 6, 1:45-3pm
Webinar on November 6, 2020: a special conversation on the history and fight against polio from a child’s perspective
The goal of the DEI in Publishing Interview Series is to learn from scholars at different stages in their careers, in hopes that their publishing experience will drive others into exploring strategies for promoting equity and inclusion.
In early 2020, the LibraryPress@UF published My Scrapbook of My Illness with Polio by Edna Black and Lassie G. Black, with contributing editor Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, and designer Tracy MacKay-Ratliff. The book is available as Open Access online and in print.
Launched in 2018, SOURCE has evolved into a recurring publication and hallmark of the LibraryPress@UF (LP@UF) program.
LibraryPress@UF has been awarded the 2019 LoPresti Award by the Southeast Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America for the publication Madagascar from A to Z in the Children’s Book category.