Friday, August 22, 2008

CFP: Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

CFP: Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

Charter Issue of Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship - Now in Circulation...Call for Papers

Taylor & Francis, LLC announces that the first issue of the Journal
of Electronic Resources Librarianship is now in circulation.

A complimentary copy is available from Marisa Starr

Formerly entitled The Acquisitions Librarian through Vol 19, #4, the quarterly
journal now focuses on electronic resources management under the Editorship
of Bonnie Tijerina, Coordinator of the Electronic Resources & Libraries

The charter issue editorial notes:

"Libraries now face a variety of decisions never before encountered, and as I read this issue's articles, I see more clearly the role that decision making plays....In addition to peer-reviewed articles, readers will be informed by the writings of several columnists and contributors....We have many exciting topics in the works for future issues. I am open to your feedback, ideas, and suggestions, so feel free to email me at

More information about the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship can also be found at"

The Table of Contents is listed below.

EDITORIAL....Bonnie Tijerina

A REVIEW FROM THE GRID: Taking Another Look at
Electronic Journal Aggregation (Jill Emery)
to Open Access (Ross Singer)
THEORY & PRACTICE: Educating for Electronic Resources (Jill E. Grogg)

"Decision Support Databases in Libraries: Three Cases and a Brief
Review of Disparate Literatures" (William Wheeler)
"Feed Me: Rethinking Traditional Modes of Library Access
and Content Delivery" (Chad Hutchens and Jason Clark)
"Cutting Edge Books: The Impact of Digital Books on Public
Library Acquisitions" (Lisa Taylor)
"Selecting and Implementation an ERMS at Wayne State
University: A Case Study" (Nancy Beals)

Digital Information & Knowledge Management
Creating Database-Backed Library Web Pages: Using Open Source Tools
Social Software in Libraries
Archives and the Digital Library
Crash Course in Web Design for Libraries