Tuesday, October 17, 2006

CFP: The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances (Journal)

CFP: The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances (Journal)


The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances is looking for new articles in the coverage areas indicated below. The editor is also looking for regular columnists who can speak to the issues and background of the journal indicated below. Please directly contact the editor if you are interested in contributing. Thank you.

Dr. Brad Eden
Associate University Librarian for Technical Services and Scholarly
University of California, Santa Barbara


*Unique Attributes *

Written by professionals for professionals. Offering hints and tips that
can be adopted and adapted in all libraries.

*Topicality *

Because /The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances/ is written and edited by well respected figures from the librarian community - you can be assured the topics covered will be particularly relevant to you and your library.* *

*Key Benefits *

If you are concerned about how to manage your library finances then this journal represents an essential management tool for information professionals such as yourself. Each issue is packed with in-depth articles related to the financial management of libraries, which in turn
help you manage your library effectively.* *

*Key Journal Audiences *

* senior librarians in academic, public and company libraries
* library personnel
* library schools
* consultants

*Coverage *

* Quality editorial on fundraising
* Economics affecting libraries
* Brief notes about grants, taxes and levies
* Internet connections
* Business trends
* Outsourcing library functions

*The Bottom Line is Indexed and Abstracted in*:

* Current Awareness Abstracts
* Emerald Management Reviews
* Information Management & Technology Abstracts
* The Informed Librarian
* Library & Information Science Abstracts (LISA)
* Library Literature and Information Science