Illinois Open Publishing Network (IOPN)

 
The Illinois Open Publishing Network (IOPN) is a network of publications and publishing initiatives that are hosted and coordinated at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library. IOPN offers a suite of publishing services to members of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign community and beyond. We aim to facilitate the dissemination of high-quality, open access scholarly publications. Our services include infrastructure and support for publishing open access journals, monographs, and multi-media digital projects. IOPN Website

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  • This community preserves copies of journals published by the Illinois Open Publishing Network (IOPN).
  • This community preserves copies of publications by Publishing Without Walls, an imprint of the Illinois Open Publishing Network.
  • This community preserves copies of publications by Windsor & Downs Press, an imprint of the Illinois Open Publishing Network.

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  • Scarborough, Beth; Pardue, Susan Foster (2020-10)
    UNC Charlotte’s Atkins Library, along with the History Department and Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Library, in response to violence, hatred and killings in both South Carolina and Virginia in 2015 and 2017, and contentious ...

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  • Christensen, Sarah (2020-10)
    A list of upcoming JLOE events

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  • Connery, Dianne; O'Connor, Meaghan; Pierre-Louis, Elizabeth; Kuscma, Jason; Butnariu, Melania; Serbanuta, Claudia (2020-10)
    The Idea Lab within JLOE is a space to center the voices of library practitioners, with a focus on emerging practices and experimental approaches. This inaugural Idea Lab is dedicated to the creative and inspiring ways ...

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  • Moore, Erik A.; Collins, Valerie M.; Johnston, Lisa R. (2020-10)
    Most higher-education institutions strive to be publicly engaged and community centered. These institutions leverage faculty, researchers, librarians, community liaisons, and communication specialists to meet this mission, ...

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  • Morgan, Randa (2020-10)
    As students are increasingly overwhelmed with stress and anxiety, especially during exam weeks, it is important for libraries to demonstrate their impact on student wellness and success. While traditionally libraries have ...

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