While we were sad to miss a scheduled presentation at the 2020 Florida Digital Humanities Conference in St. Augustine due to the pandemic, we were thrilled to be asked to contribute a mini version of our talk in video form. Each member of the LP@UF four-person team explores an aspect of the program, including journal […]
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.
With the pandemic and the move to remote work, the Digital Partnerships & Strategies Department, DEI Librarian, and LibraryPress@UF collaborated to create the “Practicing Kindness in Crisis” series which
offers multiple ways for Smathers Libraries personnel to share what makes them a “whole person.” We’ll have more to share on this important series soon, with several presentations and publications in process.
Webinar on November 6, 2020: a special conversation on the history and fight against polio from a child’s perspective
Impact of Materials on Society: the class, the TED talk, the Open Access textbook.
We’re preparing for our next issue of SOURCE, including a special issue or featured series on our destination spaces and places in the Libraries!
As SOURCE continues to evolve with our fourth issue released, we want to make sure our fantastic stories are being shared!
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.