JLSC Board Editorial 2019

Article
Authors:Ghamandi, Dave, LibraryUniversity of Virginia Gilliland, AnneKati, RebekahSolomon, JenniferHayes, LuqmanMolls, EmmaThomas, CamilleBonn, MariaCross, WillLewis, DavidVerbeke, DemmyFruin, ChristineDawson, DeDeKingsley, Danny
Abstract:

Many of us were hired to work toward systems where knowledge is open, equitable, transparent, and diverse. At the same time, our hiring institutions can be ambivalent about change, and we ourselves sometimes fall short of the ideals we espouse. One antidote for burnout and disillusionment is to build a durable, continuing community that can survive and do good work despite setbacks and failures. As JLSC editors, the three of us—Anne, Jennifer, and Rebekah—plan to continue facilitating the conversations that make this community
a sustainable reality.

The editorials below all engage with the idea of community. We hope that their thoughts
and critiques will encourage all of us to think about our own communities and work to
improve them.

Anne Gilliland, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Rebekah Kati, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Jennifer Solomon, Ubiquity Press

Keywords:
scholarly communication, open access, community
Language:
English
Source Citation:

Gilliland, A., et al. (2019). JLSC Board Editorial 2019. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 7(General Issue), eP2334. https://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2334

Publisher:
Pacifica University Libraries
Published Date:
2019