The IFLA Special Interest Group (SIG) on Library Publishing was formed to strengthen networks, to exchange knowledge and best practice, and to advocate for and drive further developments in the area. The IFLA SIG held its inaugural mid-term meeting at Dublin Business School at the end of February 2019 which included presentations from library publishing programmes and experts from around the world. Themes explored in the conference included standards, platforms, funding models and societal impact. Please see the conference review by Suzanne Stapleton, University of Florida Libraries, (https://librarypublishing.org/reflections-on-ifla-midterm-2019/). Jane Buggle, Dublin Business School, and Marie O Neill, CCT College Dublin, chaired this conference with the support of Ann Okerson and the IFLA SIG Committee.
Buggle, Jane and O'Neill, Marie, "Connecting and Empowering Library Publishers: An International Knowledge Exchange" (2020). Faculty Research. 8.