PubSource #6: A Report, Awards, Beta Opportunity & More

Aug 15, 2019

New report on Open Source in Schol Comms

John Maxwell of Simon Fraser University recently published this Mellon Funded report on the state of Open Source in Scholarly Communications. Many fantastic projects are covered in detail within the report. View, comment, and review community comments. You can also view Adam’s response on Scholarly Kitchen.

Calls for papers/ proposals

Submit your ideas for the Researcher to Reader conference. This is your chance to create content for the meeting. Learn more.

Association of University Presses has also opened up a call for proposals for its 2020 annual meeting. Learn more.

Calling for Beta Participants

Editoria’s next version is still in development, but has released an early beta. Visit the blog for updates on forthcoming features. Join the listserv to get access to the early beta.

Coko launches Open Publishing Awards

Coko is very proud to announce the inaugural Open Publishing Awards: a celebration of all things Open in Publishing. Read more.


Opportunity to join Electric Book Works to build community! Since 2006, Electric Book Works has created beautiful, effective publications for the web, for mobile devices, and in print. They also maintain the open-source Electric Book workflow and Electric Book Manager. They have also maintained the open-source Electric Book workflow and Electric Book Manager. Learn more about this new opportunity.