Collaborating for Sustainable Scholarship: Models that Serve Librarians, Publishers, and Scholars
MacAdam and Duff discussed the benefits and challenges of implementing JSTOR's Current Scholarship Program (CSP). The program, which began in 2011, is designed to provide a sustainable publishing platform for university presses. JSTOR worked closely with partners to meet their unique needs and ensure that libraries retain existing access, while standardizing as much as possible. Combining subscription lists was a major issue for the titles moving to the new platform. JSTOR also needed to develop workflows and expertise to support new content. Future plans include improving design options, expanding to new presses, and integration with new JSTOR projects.