Tuesday, August 30, 2005

CALL FOR PAPERS - New Review of Information Networking

CALL FOR PAPERS - New Review of Information Networking

Editor: Michael Breaks, Heriot-Watt University, UK

New Review of Information Networking presents groundbreaking research and discussion on the potential of computer networks to integrate and transform information provision, communication and learning. It is essential reading for all within the library and information science community who wish to keep abreast of the benefits computer networks can bring to information provision.

The journal is currently seeking contributions from both library and information science researchers and practitioners on the following topics:

-the needs and behaviour of the network user;
-the role of networks in teaching, learning, research and scholarly communication;
-the implications of networks for service development and delivery in both academic and public libraries;
-the development of campus learning and information strategies;
-the interface between libraries and new learning and research environments;
-the challenges of information literacy in the digital environment;
-the new and changing role of information publishers;
-the role of networks in archives and records management;
-the development of standards and protocols for network applications.

For further details on submitting a paper to New Review of Information Networking, please visit:

If you would like to discuss ideas for a paper with the journal’s editor, please contact Michael Breaks m.l.breaks@hw.ac.uk