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Tried and True and Brand New: Atla Open Press
Utilization of Established and Emerging Open
Source Publishing Platforms
Chr...
Atla Open Press - Scope
Atla Open Press publishes and hosts open
access books & journals that lie at the
intersection of l...
Atla Open Press – Structure and Programs
Financial Structure
Products revenue funds activities of
the Press
Journals– no A...
Open Source Platform Adoption
Journals, Other
Serials and
Hosting Program
Theological Librarianship
(https://theolib.atla.com/theolib)
• 10 years open a...
Monographs
2014 – installed PKP Open
Monograph Press as means of
publishing member-authored works
and hosting digital repr...
Monograph Program – Workflow/Needs
Proposal/Selection
• Scholarly Editions- prospective authors submit a proposal through ...
Successes and Challenges
Atla Open Press – Successes
Coordinating Council--> Advisory Council
Documentation is Critical, but Development is Time Co...
Atla Open Press – Challenges
Coordinating Council--> Advisory Council
Documentation is Critical, but Development is Time C...
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Fruin "Tried and True and Brand New: Atla Open Press Utilization of Established and Emerging Open Source Publishing Platforms"

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This presentation was provided by Christine Fruin of The American Theological Library Association (ATLA), during the NISO Webinar "Open Source Publishing Technologies: Current Status and Emerging Possibilities" held on August 14, 2019.

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Fruin "Tried and True and Brand New: Atla Open Press Utilization of Established and Emerging Open Source Publishing Platforms"

  1. 1. Tried and True and Brand New: Atla Open Press Utilization of Established and Emerging Open Source Publishing Platforms Christine Fruin Scholarly Communication and Digital Projects Manager cfruin@atla.com
  2. 2. Atla Open Press - Scope Atla Open Press publishes and hosts open access books & journals that lie at the intersection of librarianship and the study of theology and religion, including works that impact the work of theological librarians, that guide and support innovative library services and enhance professional development. CC-BY-NC woo_is_me, “Focus”
  3. 3. Atla Open Press – Structure and Programs Financial Structure Products revenue funds activities of the Press Journals– no APCs; licensed under CC-BY-NC Monographs– modest author honorarium; digital available free online (EPUB/PDF); print on demand for reasonable charge to readers Journal hosting– setup + hosting fee Publications Monographs– PKP’s OMP andCoko’s Editoria Journals & Other Serials/Journal Hosting Program– PKP’s OJS Editorial boards Members serving staggered terms Paid stipend for service Advisory Board- in transition Staffing Directed by Scholarly Communication and Digital Projects Manager Scholarly Communication Coordinator – open position Marketing Manager coordinates layout and design IS staff maintain platforms except Editoria (hosted byCoko)
  4. 4. Open Source Platform Adoption
  5. 5. Journals, Other Serials and Hosting Program Theological Librarianship (https://theolib.atla.com/theolib) • 10 years open access • Migrated to OJS 3.x from 2.x in 2017) New OJS install– http://serials.atla.com • Theology Cataloging Bulletin • Atla Annual Conference Proceedings • Working on migration ofTheological Librarianshipto this install Hosted journals (new initiative) • MOU– defining roles and responsibilities; fee structure • Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association Journal (migrated them from own OJS 2.x site to new OJS 3.x install) • New journal by Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion– shifting from subscription publisher platform to OJS
  6. 6. Monographs 2014 – installed PKP Open Monograph Press as means of publishing member-authored works and hosting digital reprints – http://books.atla.com 2017/18 - Establish as a professional, scholarly and legitimate press: seated editorial board, adopted review policies and procedures; prepared new author contract using Model Digital Scholarship Agreement; drafted author instructions and guidelines 2018 – began beta test of Coko’s Editoria – web based monograph editing and production (export to PDF and EPUB)
  7. 7. Monograph Program – Workflow/Needs Proposal/Selection • Scholarly Editions- prospective authors submit a proposal through OMP for review and acceptance by Editorial Board • Call for proposals- Editorial Board initiated books; chapter proposals sent to editorial board/guest editor • Association Editions- works initiated by the Association; guest edited with invited submissions Manuscript Preparation and Review- OMP not designed for our proposal submission process; review of completed manuscripts reliant upon track changes in Word and submission of multiple files through OMP document management system- potential for errors/corrupt files/versioning confusion Copyediting/Layout - Atla contracts this work out to professional proofreaders and designers to copy edit text (marked up PDFs/more Word track changes) and layout completed works in Adobe InDesign ($$) NEEDS- collaborative space to perform editorial review/commenting for author revision and subsequent professional copy editing followed by simpler/cost-effective layout in custom template -- EDITORIA
  8. 8. Successes and Challenges
  9. 9. Atla Open Press – Successes Coordinating Council--> Advisory Council Documentation is Critical, but Development is Time Consuming Marketing publications and services/content recruitment Editorial Board Recruitment Management of open source software platforms
  10. 10. Atla Open Press – Challenges Coordinating Council--> Advisory Council Documentation is Critical, but Development is Time Consuming Marketing publications and services/content recruitment Editorial Board Recruitment Management of open source software platforms

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