Marie O' Neill
Library Publishing Group of the Library Association of Ireland
„The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are a relevant and powerful lens through which to evaluate the impact of library publishing."
Marie O' Neill works as Head of Enhancement and Head of the Centre for Teaching and Learning at CCT College Dublin. Marie has thirty years experience in librarianship. She has also managed a library publishing programme. Marie is the originator and co-founder of the MSc in Information and Library Management at Dublin Business School which also teaches Educopia's Library Publishing Curriculum. Marie is a member of the Library Association of Ireland's Library Publishing Group and is active in the Special Interest Group on Library Publishing of the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), recently presenting on library publishing in IFLA's World Library Congress 2022. More on Marie at https://works.bepress.com/marie-oneill2.
December 8, 2022 16:20 - 17:05
Marie will speak at #vBib2022 on the spread and impact of library publishing with particular reference to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Library published journals are predominantly diamond open access (free to publish in and free to read). Library published journals focus on a wide range of topics including gender, health, indigenous populations and education. Marie will describe how the ethos and content of many library published journals align with the SDGs. She will also describe tools that scholarly publishers are using to demonstrate the alignment of their publications to the SDGs.
In this presentation, Marie will show how the ethos, publishing model (diamond, open access) and subject coverage of library published journals are aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In the presentation Marie will argue that the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are a relevant and powerful lens through which to evaluate the impact of library publishing.
🇬🇧 Diese Keynote findet in englischer Sprache statt.