Thursday, April 28, 2005

Call For Papers (E-Reserves)

The Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery, and E-reserves is seeking articles for a special issue on E-Reserves.

Submitted papers should focus on best practices in Electronic Reserves and may include the following topics:

- Issues and obstacles you face in marketing this service to faculty (especially if as a new service), and how you were able to overcome them to bring this service to your campus community.

- Integration of E-Reserves with Course Management Software; security/authentication and other issues involved.

- Best practices in E-reserves. Process description. Benefits (cost and others) of who retrieves material (faculty or library staff?) Who seeks and pays for copyright permission? (Please limit discussion on copyright

- Other topics may be suggested.

Interested authors should submit a brief (1 - 2 paragraphs) description of their topic to me at by Friday, 13 May 2005. Full paper will be due shortly afterwards.

Final submissions need to be at least five pages in length but no more then fifty, double spaced. Papers are welcome. For more instructions please got to, and find the Instructions for authors.

Thank you,


Trevor A. Dawes
Circulation Services Director
Princeton University Library
One Washington Road
Princeton, NJ 08544
609.258.3231 - voice
609.258.0441 - fax