Welcome, librarians! This page is for librarians and associated information professionals: A set of the resources that help you optimize your access or institutional trial of LPP content. Currently it contains:
As a new and independent publisher, these materials are a work in progress – please let us know if there's anything else you require.
You can download our most currently available MARC record [currently updating, please check back]. MARC records on a monthly basis.
You can download our most currently available KBART record [currently updating, please check back]. KBART records on a monthly basis.
Lived Places Publishing is registered with the IP Registry. The IP Registry allows libraries to manage their IP addresses and broadcast changes to multiple publishers, including Lived Places Publishing, from a secure, central location with one click. When you log in to your account you can see the list of all the publishers receiving your updates via theIPregistry.org making the process really easy for you to manage.
The first step is to register for free at https://app.theIPregistry.org and confirm the IPs currently registered to your institution. To communicate any IP address updates, simply log in to your account and add or delete the relevant IP address(es). The updates will be checked and verified before they are updated on the IP Registry platform, and you’ll get an immediate error message from theIPregistry.org if you try to enter an IP address that corresponds to the wrong country or is already registered to another institution.
If there are any questions, or further information is required contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Log in here to access your institution’s COUNTER 5 usage data.
Lived Places Publishing is a signer to the NISO Shared Electronic Resource Understanding (SERU). If your institution is also a signer of the SERU, no license agreement is necessary. You can add your institution to the SERU registry here: niso.org/standards-committees/SERU/SERU-registry. Alternatively, Lived Places Publishing will accept your university’s preferred content licensing agreement.
As a new and independent publisher of course reading materials, we are unable to deliver the technical infrastructure to support digital rights management (DRM) restrictions on the sharing of our PDF ebook files.
However, we wish to support whole-ebook interlibrary loan (ILL). Our instinct is to trust librarians.
Our ILL policy is as follows:
If you ("Licensee") purchase the collection (the "Licensed Materials") publisher-direct from Lived Places Publishing, we extend the right for you to loan LPP books to other academic libraries on a one-institution/one-loan basis.
The Licensee may provide to a library, or directly to a patron of a library, by paper or electronic means, a single copy of an individual title (or document) being part of the Licensed Materials, within the guidelines of traditional interlibrary loan practices and applicable copyright laws.
Restated, the Licensee retains its unlimited access to each title as a part of the Licensed Materials, and can simultaneously loan a title to one institution at a time. Further loan of that title is not permitted until the title has been removed from the loan-receiving institution's system.
Lived Places Publishing devotes 5% of all revenue generated to funding open access publishing.
Open access at LPP is entirely publisher-funded at no cost to the author. In other words, there are no "book processing charges" for authors. Nor are there "membership" fees or "subscription" fees for institutions to cover the associated costs of open publishing.
The 5% of our revenues devoted to open access publishing are allocated based on our average per title book production cost. In the interest of full transparency, we will publish updated average book production costs on our website every six months.
Lived Places Publishing authors can select to have their book considered for open access. Based on funding available for open access and the considered opinion of our advisory board and publisher, titles enter into our open access program.
The default license for all LPP titles is All Rights Reserved.
However, when a book is published open access, we use the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) license as defined by Creative Commons.
For titles published under this license, you are free to:
Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.
Under the following terms:
Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.
NoDerivatives — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material.
No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.
The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms.
LPP: Book Flyers
A set of individual book flyers (in PDF format) that you can use for faculty promotion. It includes all currently published and forthcoming titles [last updated 7/13/23]:
Download flyers (.zip)
LPP: 2023 Library Collection (40 titles)
A simple list of all currently published and forthcoming titles included in the 2023 Library Collection [last updated 9/7/23]:
Download List (.xls)
LPP: Published Titles, Fall 2023
Single-page PDF flyer for faculty promotion listing all currently published titles [last updated 9/7/23]:
Download flyer (.pdf)
LPP: Library-Friendly, Curriculum-Ready.
Two-page PDF flyer with some basic info about LPP's publishing and distribution model [last updated 4/3/23]:
Download flyer (.pdf)
Logos: Lived Places Publishing
A set of logos (.zip packet) that you can use to customize your own promo materials [last updated 4/3/23]:
Download images (.zip)