Johns Hopkins Libraries Announce Recipients of First Tome Monograph Subvention Grants, Invite Applications for 2022/23 Grants
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Johns Hopkins Libraries Announce Recipients of First Tome Monograph Subvention Grants, Invite Applications for 2022/23 Grants

The first five recipients of a TOME monograph subvention grant have been selected to receive funding provided by the Johns Hopkins University Office of the Provost to support an open-access (OA) digital publication of a book they have written. The 2020–22 TOME Monograph Subvention Grant recipients are:

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Open Access Books—A World beyond Covid
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Open Access Books—A World beyond Covid

Peter Potter, ARL visiting program officer for TOME and director of publishing at Virginia Tech Publishing, and Sara Grimme, senior director of operations at Digital Science, consider the following question on the Digital Science Blog: What comes next for open access monographs as we cautiously start to envision life beyond COVID-19?

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2021 TOME Stakeholders Meeting
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2021 TOME Stakeholders Meeting

The 2021 TOME Annual Meeting will take place virtually on October 28, 2021. TOME (Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem) is an initiative to advance the wide dissemination of scholarship by humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty members through open editions of peer-reviewed and professionally edited monographs. Event Details Date: Thursday, October 28, 2021 Time: 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. eastern […]

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Re-Envisioning Humanities Infrastructure
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Re-Envisioning Humanities Infrastructure

Recognizing the university press community’s essential contributions to humanities infrastructure will be crucial as institutions and funders plan for the future, write Charles Watkinson, University of Michigan Press, and Melissa Pitts, University of British Columbia Press, in Inside Higher Ed.

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TOME at Virginia Tech: A Progress Report
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TOME at Virginia Tech: A Progress Report

In 2017 Virginia Tech joined eleven other American universities in the launch of a 5-year pilot project called TOME (Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem)—a bold new effort to change the landscape of scholarly book publishing. To date, Virginia Tech has funded a total of 10 monographs by faculty in the College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences (CLAHS) and the College of Architecture & Urban Studies (CAUS). 

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Penn State University Libraries to Host TOME Author Discussions during Open Access Week
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Penn State University Libraries to Host TOME Author Discussions during Open Access Week

Penn State University Libraries is holding two virtual panel discussions on October 20-21 with Penn State authors who have published open access monographs through TOME. Seven authors will discuss their research and the impact of having their work made openly available.

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If you are an author, publisher, librarian, or administrator, we want to hear from you. Use this form to send your comments, questions, or suggestions to Peter Potter, ARL visiting program officer for TOME.