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Digital Library Program Services: Publishing, Repositories, and Projects

From creating new journals to providing support for alternative publishing options, DLPS offers a host of tools and services to help the university community throughout the scholarly publishing cycle.

Digital Library Program Services (DLPS)

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Emily Stenberg
Repository Services Manager
Olin Library: Wed
Remote: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri

Digital Library Program Services

Digital Library Program Services (DLPS) provides tools and services to support the WashU community’s scholarly publishing and digital scholarship and the University Libraries’ digital collections and assets. DLPS can be reached at

Contact DLPS for more on the following:

  • publishing a journal hosted by the university
  • publishing a book or non-traditional scholarship in a digital format.
  • submitting to the institutional repository Open Scholarship
  • creating department, center, or other themed collections in Open Scholarship


DLPS / University LIbraries Platforms

Open Books: Washington University Libraries provide publishing support for open access books and long form projects through Pressbooks, a publishing platform that supports open, accessible, interactive, and customizable content.

Open Scholarship Institutional Repository: The Open Scholarship repository is a service of the Washington University in St. Louis libraries to provide free access to the scholarly output of the university.

Open Journals: Washington University Libraries provide journal hosting and publication services to the university community.