2020 Library Publishing Forum Award Application
In an effort to increase the diversity and inclusiveness of this community and to promote the broadest possible participation at the 2020 Library Publishing Forum, the Library Publishing Coalition is pleased to offer the third annual Library Publishing Forum Award. This year, we will offer up to three awards to aid individuals from diverse backgrounds in attending and contributing at the Forum. Awards for North American recipients will total $1,200 while awards for international recipients will total $1,800, in an effort to offset the elevated costs of international travel. The awards may be applied towards airfare, hotel, and other travel-related expenses. The award includes a registration fee waiver. To help them get the most out of the conference, awardees will be paired with a mentor. Awardees will also be asked to reflect on their experience at the Forum in a post for the LPC Blog.

Learn more about eligibility and the application process at https://librarypublishing.org/library-publishing-forum/#scholarships.

Applications are due by midnight (Eastern Standard Time) on November 15, 2019.
Name *
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Affiliation *
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Email Address *
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Have you ever attended the Library Publishing Forum? *
Only first-time attendees are eligible for this award.
How will you benefit from attending the Library Publishing Forum? (Max. 100 words) *
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Please tell us how you could contribute to the diversity of the Forum or otherwise bring a new perspective. *
Ideal applicants will identify as members of a group (or groups) underrepresented among library and publishing practitioners. These groups include—but are not limited to—members of a racial/ethnic minority, first-generation college graduates, immigrants and refugees, persons with a disability, and LGBTQ individuals. Applications from those who can contribute to the diversity of the Forum in other ways are also warmly welcomed. (Max. 100 words)
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Are you eligible for a discounted Forum registration?
Please check all that apply. For the definition of "low- or middle-income country", please see https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledgebase/articles/906519. Includes low, lower middle, and upper middle income classes.
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Is there anything else we should know about your application or your attendance at the Library Publishing Forum?
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